Sea Shepherd finally find their target - the Nisshin Maru. Now, they must run an eight-mile gauntlet blocked by two harpoon ships.
When a massive target is detected on their radar, Sea Shepherd sends out their new helicopter pilot to ID the mystery vessel. But as the helicopter reaches the limits of its fuel range, it abruptly disappears, crashing into radio silence.
With three activists aboard the Japanese security vessel, Capt Paul Watson hopes the media frenzy will force the Shonan Maru 2 to back off.
The exhausted crew of the Brigitte Bardot scramble to evacuate. Captain Paul Watson sends a team to board the Shonan Maru.
With the Japanese fleet's security vessel looming on the horizon, the captain of the damaged Brigitte Bardot orders his crew to evacuate the boat.
The terrified crew aboard the damaged Brigitte Bardot issue a distress call, but help is still 20 hours away. As raging seas continue to pound the fragile craft, the frightened crew begins to fall apart, fearing they will not survive the night.
The crew of the Steve Irwin spot a ship on the horizon. The Bridgitte Bardot is struck by a rogue wave and her crew prepare to abandon ship.
After seven years of intense battles at sea, Japan promises to return to Antarctica to resume its hunt, and the stakes are higher than ever.
Whale Wars is back for a new adrenaline-fueled season, and after last year's victorious campaign the Seas Shepherds thought they had ended whaling in the Southern Ocean once and for all. Surprisingly, the Japanese are returning stronger than ever with a military convoy and zero tolerance. Anticipating the battle of a lifetime, the crew is once again are trolling the Antarctic with surprise tactics, intense strategy and unparalleled passion.
After months of grueling searching, the Sea Shepherds have found their ultimate target, the whaler's factory vessel.
After months of grueling searching, the Sea Shepherd's have found their ultimate target, the whaler's factory vessel. But the behemoth factory ship is intent on escaping from the carbon-fiber Gojira in the deadly Antarctic ice.
The Sea Shepherds battle physical and mental exhaustion. Thanks to an anonymous tip, they locate the whalers' factory ship, the Nisshin Maru.
New Zealand's Navy contacts the Steve Irwin to respond to an emergency distress signal where five crew members from a sailboat have gone missing.
The Bob Barker desperately searches for their two small boat crews. Meanwhile, the Gojira locates the whalers' refueling vessel.
When damage happens to one of the small boats, the crews realize they will have to spend a night at sea, wet and freezing.
Tailed by a harpoon ship, the Steve Irwin crew enlists help to break free. Meanwhile, the Bob Barker crew spots what may be their ultimate target.
Meet the captain of the Sea Shepherds' fast, new interceptor vessel.
Pete is spotted by the crew of the Shonan Maru as he plans to jump aboard.
The Sea Shepherds reflect back on their struggle to end commercial whaling.
The Sea Shepherds risk it all by going head-to-head with the Yushin Maru No. 3.
Are the real-life events as dramatic as they appear on TV?
A young father talks about the tradition of the grind.
Sea Shepherd returns to the Faroes in an effort to stop the killing of whales.
Paul and Heri debate about true supporters of Sea Shepherd in the Faroe Islands.
Benjamin "Pottsy" Potts has been part of the crew since the first season.
The Sea Shepherds receive a call to help search for a missing yacht.
The Sea Shepherds man the crow's nest in search of the Nisshin Maru.
Fog rolls in as helicopter pilot Chris Aultman's radio malfunctions.
Under the cover of darkness, Pete sets out to board the Shonan Maru 2 undetected
Faroese Islanders buy anti-Sea Shepherd and anti-Paul Watson t-shirts.
Could this be the campaign that puts an end to whaling in the Southern Ocean?
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!