I agree.....I assume / speculate that they only made two episodes as a trial to see if there would be enough interest.....I imagine they wanted to make more episodes the way they introduced the people but it turned out to be more of a 2 part documentary almost.......honestly nothing can sompete with the Bering sea footage but maybe they feel natgeo has already captured market for this show and will let them run with it... and disco no longer wants to invest in projrct ......I'm surprised no one on here knows those guys
Discovery Channel tuna shows is what I would like to see. They play it to death on Nat Geo lately and those are different shows w/ different people. Saw all of those ages ago. Has anyone seen the Discovery Channel tuna shows lately?
when sterno, and Donny, et al did that show,,,everyone supposidly got $ up front. Not the case on WT. the production company had only so much $ to play with. shot the episodes with intent on selling them to one of the channels. Discovery bought them AFTER wicked tuna became such a hit. Unfortunatly, I heard that the production company went broke, so that is why there is only two shows. All of this is from someone who knows.
The fishermen of Gloucester, Mass., navigate the open seas in hopes of catching the first fish of the season. Dave Carraro, captain of FV-Tuna.com, finds his first fishing spot of the season, but his day is interrupted by an unwelcome visitor. Tyler McLaughlin, a New Hampshire native and the 24-year-old captain of the Pin Wheel, has headed south to invade Gloucester waters, with the expressed intent of catching more fish than Dave.