The daredevil fishermen of Discovery will be returning with an all-new Episode 22 of Deadliest Catch Season 19 soon. The last episode featured Sig using a very old computer to locate a nearby Bairdi hotspot while Jonathan and his crew tried their best to save their pots from falling into the dreaded Bering Sea grave.
Airing since April 2005, Deadliest Catch is a documentary/reality series that revolves around a bunch of fishermen hailing from Alaska. Their main goal throughout the Discovery series is to find enough King and Snow crabs to meet the yearly demand that they set upon themselves.
These crabs are worth hefty cash since they usually live in conditions that would be considered harsh for a human to be in. Despite the dangers that lurk beneath and above the sea, these Alaskan fishermen are willing to go to extreme lengths so that they can leave the sea with pots full of pricey crabs (and other creatures).
Deadliest Catch Season 19 Episode 21: Recap
In Episode 21 of Deadliest Catch Season 19, Sig informs Jonathan about some locations around the sea where golden crabs were spotted. The canneries were going to close down in 10 days, creating problems for these fishermen.
Sig recalls finding a hole while he was fishing in this same location previously, so he tries his best to find it again. Normal searches the boat for an old computer. Jake puts Shy on Hydros since there aren’t many crew members to handle the ship efficiently.
Jake sends down pots into the ocean, but all of them come out empty. All that barely shows up are some codes, indicating that crabs have already started migrating a bit toward the south. Shy starts to finally realize how repetitive yet thrilling working on these ships as a fisherman was going to be.
A similar situation happens with Rick, with most of his pots showing up empty, too. Sig finally finds the computer from the 90s, which supposedly had the location of the hole in it. The computer does turn on, and Sig’s able to retrieve the data that he was so desperately after.
With the ship moving so violently in the ocean, Sig ends up losing signal on the computer. The day is saved when Mandy’s selfie can capture the co-ords to the hole. Sig quickly notes it down and sets off on this new plan.
Jake moves to the South, and their pots are now coming up filled with crab, putting a smile on everyone’s faces. Shy can practice her hydraulic lifting skills during the fishing session.
Unable to use his crane, Rick has to resort to using hydraulics to haul and rebait his gear. The episode ends with all of the fishermen hoping to find a better catch during their next session. Rick, Jake, and the others had to experience their ups and downs before they could rejoice in their ultimate results.
Deadliest Catch Season 19 Episode 22: Release Date
Deadliest Catch Season 19’s Episode 22 will be released on September 26th, 2023. All new exciting episodes of Deadliest Catch are aired on Tuesdays, with each episode lasting for a total of 54-55 minutes.
Deadliest Catch Season 19 Episode 22: Spoilers
The upcoming dramatic episode of Deadliest Catch is going to show Sig’s work being halted after an unexpected error takes place while they are right in the middle of the unforgiving sea. After Jacob suffers from a tragic incident, Rick makes sure that he’s able to show him a way out of this mess.
Jake has a hard time at the ocean as well since a random Wayward crane ends up breaching his ship’s wheelhouse. Not only does this damage all of their critical systems, but it also leaves them with no way to go back home.
Deadliest Catch Season 19 Episode 22: Where To Watch?
Discovery US takes up the airing for Deadliest Catch Season 19, with unseen episodes being released at around 8:00 PM ET. Besides Discovery Plus, Deadliest Catch is available for streaming through Discovery Go, YouTube TV, and CTV (Canada).
The timing of the release of episodes in other countries will be:
- United Kingdom: 1:00 AM, Wednesday, September 27th, 2023.
- Canada: 8:00 PM, Tuesday, September 26th, 2023.
- India: 5:30 AM, Wednesday, September 27th, 2023.
- Philippines: 8:00 AM, Wednesday, September 27th, 2023.
- Germany: 2:00 AM, Wednesday, September 27th, 2023.
- Australia: 10:00 AM, Wednesday, September 27th, 2023.