Deadliest Catch 2
Forty-foot waves, freezing temperatures, swinging 700-pound crab pots, a nearly 100 percent injury rate, but also the chance to earn enough money for a family to live on for a year, for just a few months' work. Welcome to one of the world's deadliest jobs - that of the Alaskan crab fisherman - and witness it firsthand in the all-new season of the'Deadliest Catch' series. With the severe weather conditions, no one wants to endure the unrelenting Bering Sea any longer than necessary. Crews face sub-zero temperatures and 50-knot winds that knock them off their feet and drag them across the decks. But it's not just the weather that forces the crew to pull 20-hour shifts. They must also meet demanding seafood processor deadlines and minimize rising fuel costs. 'Deadliest Catch' follows the captains and crews of five ships on this dramatic voyage as they struggle against treacherous conditions to earn a living and, in many cases, to uphold family tradition that has lasted for generations.
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