Hard to believe I’ve been narrating Deadliest Catch for fifteen seasons.
Jake Anderson sent me this photo the other day.
Mike – Last night on Tucker,
Season 13 of Deadliest Catch premiered, and the usual suspects gathered and celebrated in the usual way.
I’ve been listening to you all day narrate the best show on television. (Next to Dirty Jobs, of course.) You are truly the voice of The Bering Sea.
Mike, have you heard about the DESTINATION
Dear Mike My wife is obsessed with Deadliest Catch. She has seen every episode multiple times. She also records Bering Sea Gold, Wild Pacific, Human Planet, How the Universe Works, and every other damn show you narrate – which appears to be all of them. Why do you suppose that is? Should I be worried? Will Blankenship Hi Will I’m not sure I understand your first question. If you’re asking why I narrate so many shows, it’s simply because I enjoy the work. If you’re asking why your wife is partial to the shows I narrate, I suspect it’s because Read More
For over a decade now, several Captains on The Bering Sea have tried to convince me that Deadliest Catch is dirtier than Dirty Jobs.
Mike, I’ve just been told you’re not narrating Season 11 of Deadliest Catch???
Another big day in the wide, wide world of C.R.A.P. (Collectibles Rare And Precious). My good friend Johnathan Hillstrand of Deadliest Catch — captain of the F/V Time Bandit and lover of motorcycles, broncos and women (he’s been thrown from all three) — has written a book: “Crab boat captain turned children’s book author” Three books, in fact: The Adventures of Little Bird: Pirate Dreams, The Adventures of Joey and Andy Crab: Crab Day Afternoon and The Adventures of Joey, Andy and Little Bird: A Pirate’s Treasure. And not only did Johnathan write them, he illustrated them as well. Through Read More