The Discovery show first began airing in 2005 and since then there have been many tragedies for the cast to deal with.
Established members of the cast, such as Sig Hansen, are returning for the 19th season of the show in 2023.
However, there are numerous obstacles for the fishermen to overcome this sequence, including the shutdown of fishing grounds.
The preview for season 19 displays team members coping with sadness and calamity.
For a period of time, fans of Deadliest Catch were uncertain whether the show would be renewed for its 19th season.
Now, the nineteenth season of the show is officially here starting from April 18th.
In the trailer, a crew member states that the cast has battled for their fishing industry and loved ones.
He states: “I simply wish that we escape with our lives.”
In the footage, crimson roses are placed atop a coffin. Sig Hansen participates in his mother’s burial in the trailer for season 19.
Sig’s mother departed at the age of 83 in 2022.
On the F/V Northwestern, the crab fishing captain received the devastating information that his mother was in a hospice and would be given morphine, while accompanied by his daughter.
What happened to Nick McGlashan?
Nick McGlashan served as a cast member on Deadliest Catch for a span of seven years.
Nick tragically died in 2020 following an unintended drug overdose.
He was 33 years old and allegedly passed away in a Holiday Inn located in Nashville, Tennessee.
While filming the Discovery show, the crew honored Nick.
“Nick, who loves you, will always be there for you. We’re going to say goodbye to Nick McGlashan on the radio show, as he sets sail with the rest of the fleet. Captain Wild Bill Bay Summer mentioned this.”
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Deadliest Catch has seen many tragedies
Throughout the years, numerous members of the Deadliest Catch cast have regrettably deceased.
Phil Harris, the previous captain of the Cornelia Marie, passed away in 2010.
In 2015, Captain Tony Lara, who assumed command of the Cornelia Marie, passed away at the age of 50.
The heartbreaking moment that Sig heard about the fate of the crew members of F/V Destination was caught on camera in 2017.
All six crew members, namely Captain Jeff Hathaway, Charles G Jones, Kai Hamik, Larry O’Grady, Raymond Vincler, and Darrik Seibold, tragically perished while sailing on the open waters.
Crew member Mahlon Reyes, 38, passed on in 2020.
Todd Kochutin passed away in 2021 when he was 30 years old.
Jake Anderson, a member of the cast of the show Deadliest Catch, dealt with the news that both his father and sister passed away during his time away. He is back on the F/V Saga alongside Sophia Nielsen, also known as ‘Bob’, for the 19th season of the show.