‘Deadliest Catch’ Star Josh Harris Is Back on ‘Work Flow’ in New Pic With Jonathan Hillstrand

by Joe Rutland
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Well, “Deadliest Catch” star Josh Harris looks quite happy in a new picture released on Sunday with fellow star Johnathan Hillstrand.

Harris and Hillstrand are captains on the “Time Bandit” fishing boat.

They are shown together with another person in this photo from Josh Harris’ Instagram account.

Take a look at it, Outsiders, right here.

The Discovery Channel show follows bluefin tuna captains and their teams as they go out into the Bering Sea.

They are followed during the Alaskan king crab and snow crab seasons.

Harris also has spent time with Casey McManus aboard the Cornelia Marie, too.

“Deadliest Catch” remains a popular show on Discovery. The show’s Season 17 ended with an episode called “Succession.”

If you want to go check out the previous shows, then visit their website.

Captains like Sig Hansen and Keith Colburn have been around since the earliest days of “Deadliest Catch.” Sig’s been around since the show’s pilot first aired. Colburn has been on the show since its third season.

‘Deadliest Catch’ Star Recalls How Sig Hansen Helped Him After Father’s Death

Josh Harris knows about the kindness of other “Deadliest Catch” captains like Sig Hansen.

He talked about how Sig was there for him in the aftermath of Josh’s father Phil Harris dying in 2010.

Well, Josh talked about it in an interview.

During the chat, Josh was asked which one of those on “Deadliest Catch” is one he admires a lot.

“Obviously, the boat is not there anymore,” he said. “It was the F/V Time Bandit. Just, they were my family—in a sense—that took me in. I love those guys.”

Hansen was there, too, to take in Josh’s brother Jake.

Josh said he has a lot of respect for Sig.

“He also helped us out and when my dad passed away by taking in my brother Jake, trying to get him to pull his head out of his keister,” Josh Harris said.

Harris Found Himself Staying Busy Even In The Midst Of A Pandemic

Many people kept to themselves as the COVID-19 pandemic grew across the United States.

Josh Harris talked about it with TV Shows Ace.

Did you fly on airplanes? “Yes, I did fly,” he replies.

“I flew from Las Vegas to Seattle, and there were four people on my flight and it was spread out,” the “Deadliest Catch” star said. “So, obviously, I showed up in a Tyvek suit, which is the wrong thing to do at the airport, no matter what’s going on.”

After a laugh, Josh said, “So I’m asked to remove that and, that’s understandable.”

He took trips to Oregon where “I had to do some filming for Discovery.”

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