The captains celebrate the 200th episode of Deadliest Catch in front of a live audience in Seattle. Hosted by Matt Rogers, the captains reveal what's coming, including the return of a legendary boat and a man overboard.
Before a live audience, host Matt Rogers joins the captains as they face off over the fallout from the first episode and look ahead to the biggest moments of the season. Sig, Keith and Jake confront each other for the first time, and Wild Bill reveals how he beat Sean so hard.
The captains reveal their own accounts and share insider secrets about battling the supermoon storm and the winter season. Nothing is off limits as they discuss going overboard and play a couple of games. The Coast Guard details the dangers of aerial rescues.
The captains reveal how they battle a supermoon storm and share their own secrets to surviving breakdowns at sea amidst the most destructive tidal surges of the century. The new co-captain of the Wizard talks about the tension he's stirring up.
Wild Bill gives his personal reaction to the Summer Bay's man overboard crisis. Deckhands question the captains' decisions, and the captains give their inside take on the worst ways to get injured at sea.
The captains discuss how to lead in life-or-death situations. Sig Hansen demands Casey McManus pay up for deliberately cutting a $1,000 pot, and it's a showdown in the galley as former chef Keith Colburn judges which captain makes the best grub.
The last leg of the season is also the deadliest, and the captains reveal how they manage the risks. Crews find out what happens when an 800-pound pot lands on a crabber, and Wild Bill Wichrowski hears a greenhorn's confession that shakes him to his core.
For the season finale, the captains share inside accounts of the season's epic final surge and discuss the next generation of leaders. Wild Bill Wichrowski reveals why he may have fished his last season, and Sig Hansen relives the terror of being dead in the water.