Deadliest Catch is a reality show that aired on Discovery Tv Channel. The show started on 12 April 2005. It's a one hour show with ads in between. It was produced by Original Productions company and distributed by Debmar Mercury. Thom Beers created the show, and Mike Rowe Narrated it. It became hugely popular that the producers of the show extended it for another season. The show has been renewed for more than 16 seasons. In the first season, there were only 10 episodes. The finale of the show aired on 14 June 2005.
The show is about a fisherman who roams around the seas and fights deadliest creatures in the ocean. The fisherman is shown to catch crab fishing boats and then it focuses on the dangers that lie in the seas. The show focused on showing the dangers that lie in the seas and on a boat while catching fishes and other things living in the water. It was separately narrated by a man who connects the story by his narration. The show focused on showing the danger of fishing for commercial fish. The show showed that at the crab season, nearly one fisherman dies every week while catching the fishes. The show is all about telling the viewers about the dangers faced by the fisherman. Showing all that dangerous acts makes the show a massive hit among more than 50 countries.
The show told the viewers that at least everyone is in danger while catching crab season, and everyone gets injured because of the extreme weather condition and everything. The show was shot as the derby style king crab fisher. Later for other seasons, they changed the catching style to the quota system. The show mainly follows fishermen on a fishing vessel in the Bering sea during king crab and snow crab fishing season. The title of the show is based on the deadliest concept and the injury associated with catching the fishes. Each episode of the show focused on a different theme and tells a story based on that theme. Each episode tells a different situation. The story is indulged with the crew members. They show the stress of being on the Bering sea, the rivalry between two captains, etc.