Upcoming NEW ‘Deadliest Catch’ Special & yes, another Marathon!

 So ‘Deadliest Catch’ fans, do you have a little spare time to dedicate to ‘Deadliest Catch’ on Sunday, July 19th–by any chance? 

I ask because at 1pm central on that ‘special’ Sunday, the ‘Deadliest’ extravaganza kicks off and continues til the wee hours of the morning!

You’ll be able to watch season 5 again from the opening of the 2008 season on October 15th, 2008 all the way to the end of the King crab fishing episodes but there’s so much more…

At 8pm eastern, Discovery is airing a one-hour special called, “Roughest & Toughest Moments”–and you know there’s been plenty of those!  The episode description reads:
Deadliest Catch has captured the most gut wrenching and awe-inspiring moments in maritime history. Now see the best of the monster seas, boat-crushing ice, scary rescues, wallet-stuffing crab pots, fights, and selfless heroism – all part of the job.

And if that’s not enough, lets not forget the 2-hour movie ‘Deadliest Sea’ that’s been in the works for the last year.  It will be airing from 9pm-11pm eastern:
In Kodiak, Alaska, the crew of the St. Christopher prepares to go fishing and sets sail into the face of an oncoming arctic storm. This movie is a thrilling tale of struggle and survival in the fierce open sea.

So you can see now–between the King crab Marathon of season 5, the brand new special, and the full length movie based on a true Bering sea story you should probably clear the calendar don’t you think? 

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