Next Episode of River Monsters is
Season 9 / Episode 10 and airs on 29 May 2017 01:00
In River Monsters, join host, biologist and extreme angler Jeremy Wade, as he catches the extraordinary and supersized fish that lurk in our planet's rivers and lakes. Traveling the globe and risking his life, he searches for mysterious freshwater predators, on a mission to test the myths surrounding these almost supernatural creatures.
Extreme angler and underwater detective Jeremy Wade goes in search of the real creature behind the enduring legend of the sea serpent - starting with a violent attack in the English Channel, and culminating in the dark depths of the Mediterranean Sea.
When six men vanish in the remote waters of northern Australia, extreme angler Jeremy Wade travels to the scene and embarks on one of his toughest investigations yet - taking on some of the deadliest animals on the planet in his search for a suspect.
Something is terrorizing the Florida Keys, attacking both visitors and locals alike - striking its victims so violently it is slicing open flesh, even smashing bones. Jeremy Wade is determined to identity the assailant, but is quickly out of his depth.
TIn the West Indies, tales of swimmers being ripped from the surface of the islands' blue holes have been attributed to a monster known as the Lusca - half shark, half octopus. Extreme angler Jeremy Wade's investigation takes him to dangerous new depths.
Jeremy Wade has hunted down freshwater killers for 30 years, but those waters are infested with darker, deadlier creatures - parasites.
Extreme angler Jeremy Wade's cases usually involve freshwater culprits, but with multiple reports of a deep water serial killer in Mexico's Sea of Cortez', he must step out of his comfort zone and into unchartered depths in search of the red devil.
Jeremy goes on a dangerous mission from the Sea of Cortez in Mexico to Peru where he discovers a deep-sea devil.
Extreme angler Jeremy Wade heads into new territory - the open ocean. Go behind the scenes as Jeremy and his crew face stormy seas, deep-water dives, dangerous creatures and extreme hardship as they produce an entire season at sea.
Jeremy Wade (Host)
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