‘Deadliest Catch’, Season 13 Premiere: What Time & Channel Is It on?


Jake Anderson Has Some Hard-Learned Lessons From Last Crab Season#DeadliestCatch | NEW SEASON Tues April 11 at 9/8c Captain Jake Anderson may be a relatively new captain but he's learned from his past mistakes and he's ready to tackle Season 13. Start Catching Up With Full Episodes on Hulu: hulu.com/deadliest-catch Get the latest on your favorite captains: discovery.com/tv-shows/deadliest-catch/ Subscribe to Discovery: bit.ly/SubscribeDiscovery Step aboard…2017-04-09T22:00:00.000Z

Tonight is the Season 13 premiere of Deadliest Catch on Discovery, and it’s gonna be a rough one. Not only is it the thirteenth season– which many of the captains have admitted to believing is unlucky— but it seems there aren’t any crabs left in the captains’ best spots!

According to a new Discovery release, temperatures in the Bering Sea have risen 50 times the global average, sending the crabs elsewhere. Hansen recently told Yahoo, “The fleet is going to need to go further and deeper… Nobody is going to take away a fisherman’s way of life. I can guarantee you that this fleet will not quit… But we’re always fearful that this will be our last year.”

Captain Jonathan Hillstrand recently announced that this will be his final season on The Time Bandit, and fans are waiting to see if this will be Sig Hansen’s last year on the Northwestern— especially considering what happened with the crew of the Destination, who got lost at sea.

Read on to find out when and where to watch the show tonight.

DATE: Tuesday, April 11, 2017 

TIME: 9pm

DURATION: 2 hours 8 minutes

TV CHANNEL: Discovery Channel – Check with your local TV provider (ie. FIOS, Optimum, Time Warner) to find out what channel Discovery is in your area.

SYNOPSIS: In the Season 13 premiere, the crabs have vanished, igniting a hunt to save the fleet’s way of life; Sig resumes the helm after a major heart attack; Bill debuts his own new boat in a crisis season; and a rescue is attempted for a heart-attack victim.