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Wicked Tuna 5 Seasons 2012

Season 1
4.5 out of 5 stars (39) IMDb 6.7/10

For tuna fishermen, the competition is fierce and the seas are rough. As the world debates how to save this species, these fishermen depend on them to make their living... one Bluefin at a time.

Starring:
Mike Rowe

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Season 1
1. The Bite is On
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Meet the fleet, as peak season begins and the adrenaline rush of "monstah" hunting hits Gloucester.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: April 1, 2012
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2. Payback's a Fish

After going bust on his last trip and coming home empty-handed, Marciano of Hard Merchandise now wrestles with the trials of being a husband and father who has to be away from home so often.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: April 8, 2012
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3. Weekend Warriors

Tuna.com continues its winning streak, catching two fish in one day while the rest of the fleet struggles to even find a spot to fish in between the weekend recreational boaters.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: April 15, 2012
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4. Size Matters

Meet Kevin and the Christina, a boat that gets its own real-life fish story when it snags an 1,100-pound "monstah" right out of the gate.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: April 22, 2012
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5. Greed, Ego & Jealousy

After watching the Christina catch the biggest tuna of the season, the uber-competitive Captain Dave of the Tuna.com is obsessed with beating the record, and catching a fish bigger than 1,075 lbs!

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: April 29, 2012
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6. Man v. Storm

Marciano, captain of Hard Merchandise, risks the elements to hook a giant bluefin and finds himself with boat trouble in the midst of the storm.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 6, 2012
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7. Mutiny at Sea

A mixture of bad luck and mutiny brews in this tumultuous episode of Wicked Tuna. Tensions erupt on New England's top tuna boat, Tuna.Com, when Captain Dave and Paul get into a heated confrontation that causes Paul to quit!

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 13, 2012
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8. Grudge Match

With just two weeks left until the end of tuna fishing season, Bounty Hunter gains a new deckhand.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 20, 2012
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9. Pirate Problems

A hard season with little money to show has taken its toll on the crew of the Odysea, leading Captain Ralph to lash out at his first mate Pirate.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: May 27, 2012
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10. Good to the Last Bite

As the final week of tuna fishing begins, the Hard Merchandise, the Bounty Hunter, the Tuna.Com and the Odysea steam out together, each captain vowing to catch the biggest tuna before the season ends.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: June 3, 2012
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Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Mike Rowe
Season year 2012
Network National Geographic Channel
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Bluefin tuna is an amazing fish. I truly enjoyed watching the passion that these fishermen bring to their task. The personalities are interesting and diverse. You can also learn a few things/tips around fishing if you pay attention. I think they did a good job to fit the footage from a few days (or a week) of fishing into a single episode. The DVD also has a short documentary about the sustainability of the fishery. Although the documentary seems be much older than the actual episodes, it was a good reminder that we need to be responsible with the resource.
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I love this show. my husband and I watch it together. we have our villain and we have our favorites. it shows how hard it is to run a fishing boat. the show shows you the personal side to tuna fishing and how important it is to these families since it is the way they make their living.
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Bought this season to see if I liked it. So far , so good with the first 3 episodes. There does seem to be a main theme though.... 2 of the boats spend most of their time following and complaining about Tuna.com. It becomes a comedy concerning them. The fourth boat , Hard Merchandise, is captained by a very likable guy who seems to be very independent and sincere. All in all, a very enjoyable series to me. Would recommend it.
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Ok, Ok, OK, I know... easy on the Boston accent Pal. However, I just couldn't help myself. As someone who grew up just outside of Boston and only 30 minutes South of Gloucester (pronounced Glahsta) I love every minute of this show. The stories are real, the people are true to the area and the fishing is great to watch... and I don't even like to fish!

This show isn't quite as exciting as Deadliest Catch because its obviously not as harrowing an experience. However, do not mistake that Tuna fishing off the coast of Massachusetts and Maine at anytime of the year is a potentially life threatening experience. I mean absolutely no disrespect to these Fisherman by saying that there experience is not as harrowing as the Guys crab fishing out in the Bering Straits... its the equivalent of saying that being a Army Ranger is less harrowing an experience than being a Navy Seal... they both are ridiculously harrowing compared to the vicious paper cut I may get a my job!

This is a great show where you tune in each week to see the hardships that these folks go through to make a life in this world. Of course, you also tune in for the money. You want to see these people catch fish and then pull up to the dock and find out how much they made. It's an exciting lifestyle that is filled with a lot of gambles and yet, at the same time, a lot of the same mundane aspects of life that everyone deals with are lurking in the background, except their office is the Ocean. With all of you find yourself pulling for these folks because of the risks they take.

I love the Ocean... I love Boston... and I love wicked good times. Wicked Tuna.
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I loved season one. No one could believe I liked this show as much as I did but I loved watching the crews go and catch fish and struggle when they weren't getting fish. I liked the competition and the personalities of the boat crews.
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My mistake in not looking into the language content of this series before purchasing. The stories are awesome, the footage is awesome, the fish are awesome! Unfortunately, the language is horrible throughout. Some episodes worse than others, and some fishermans language is worse than others. There is alot bleeped out, but still much that remains. I find this inappropriate for our families taste. However, for some I know this would not be a concern.

One fisherman, Marciano, seems to have better language, overall, and also shows some good character with family values occasionally. Otherwise, most of the rest of the fisherman do not show much for kindness. Some ruthless competition, and selfishness are portrayed. No sexual content or physical violence in season 1. Verbal drama and expressed hatred/disdain throughout.

This review is for season 1, which I have watched all of. I cannot review any other seasons, as I have not seen them. They may be worse or better... do not know. The action and storyline and footage on season 1 was really great, and we really enjoyed that part. Minus the language and we would have bought all seasons. Obviously, families are not the target for this series. If language is not a concern for you, and you like reality shows with action, or interested in fishing of any kind...you will enjoy this.
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I'm a transplant from Massachusetts and I think half the reason I like the show is that all the fishermen remind me of the knuckleheads I grew up with. For a low budget reality show this one keeps my interest, and the giant tuna are SO COOL. Spoiler Alert: They catch some HUGE FISH!
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I kind of came to this show backwards as I first got hooked on the Alaska Bristol Bay Salmon show and enjoyed it so much, I decided to check this one out once I ran out of episodes there. I now own S1 of this one and have seen newer episodes on t.v. Beside the need for all the bleeps and some annoying people ( Paul) it is all good. Maybe if they remind these guys that they are all miked like they do when they put mikes on the NFL players during games and tell them to watch their language, most but the big bully type egoist would do so. They are family men all and other than when they are reacting to something in extreme anger I am sure it can be toned down and still make the show fun to watch. That all being said, I say get in your armchair and set you rod, drink and push play:)
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