'Deadliest Catch' captain Keith Colburn says this season's conditions the most …

(ENDANGERED FISH) National Geographic's new series documenting the hunt for bluefin tuna is raising concerns with conservationists. With overfishing as the main cause for their status as a threatened species, the new TV show glorifying bluefin

The new integrated DVR Manager can be seen above and confirms, yes, that Deadliest Catch is securely in our queue for this evening. We're not sure what's going to happen in the season eight premiere, but we suspect someone is going to worried about

"This season 'Deadliest Catch' crews have their fishing quota slashed by almost half, bringing home a cold economic reality — how will they make enough money to support their families and literally keep their businesses

“Deadliest Catch” captain Keith Colburn faced some unexpected changes on the eighth season of the Discovery show, when the crew's king crab quota was cut in half. “It's fishery, it's a stock, it ebbs and flows and rises and falls,” Colburn told

A mix of the soap opera-style storylines and real life dangers has helped to make Deadliest Catch Discoverys most popular show.