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'Deadliest Catch': Season 10 has return of the Cornelia Marie, arrival of Mandy Hansen -- video

Good preview video at link, couldn't get it to post :(

'Deadliest Catch': Cornelia Marie is back in season 10 -- VIDEO | Inside TV |

'Deadliest Catch': Cornelia Marie is back in season 10 -- VIDEO | Inside TV |

'Deadliest Catch': Cornelia Marie is back in season 10 -- VIDEO | Inside TV |

Discovery Channel’s Emmy-winning reality show Deadliest Catch returns April 22, and as you’ll see in our exclusive first-look at the premiere’s cold open, which previews the landmark tenth season, there is no shortage of compelling stories. Josh Harris has the Cornelia Marie back crabbing, Sig Hansen has his 18-year-old daughter Mandy working on the Northwestern, boats are seen on fire and flooding, someone is heard yelling, “Man down! Man down! Man down!,” and both the Coast Guard and the Alaska State Troopers make appearances. “You, of course, want your tenth season to be awesome, like any other. But the deck is definitely stacked in our favor this year,” says Jeff Conroy, president and executive producer at Original Productions, which produces the show. “I jokingly, in season 3, said, ‘Look guys, my goal is to get to season 10,’” he recalls. “To imagine that it would be this now, I don’t think anyone could have predicted. None of these kind of workplace docs had done that, so it wasn’t something that you thought of. You thought, ‘Well, Friends goes nine seasons.’”

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A month ago Josh Harris announces that he owns the Cornelia Marie

It's hard to imagine 10 seasons of anything but this video is compelling.

Are these guys worried about the effects of climate change on their industry?  Hmmm?  They'd be awesome spokespeople.

They definitely do, their livelihood depends on it, as well as the ability to pass it on to the next generation.  I think the days are gone when this limited resource type worker is short sighted and just wants to take it all, now.  They've seen the numbers decline, and they've also seen fisheries rebound, after many years closed.

Good to know. They do seem interested in the next generation.

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