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Former River Monsters host Jeremy Wade is coming home to Animal Planet to lead a brand new Series, Jeremy Wades Dark Waters, cable network said Friday. After leaving cable channel in 2017 following a nine-Season run as host of River Monsters, famous biologist will return in a captivating new Series that brings him back To Waters edge to investigate reports of unimaginable and unexplained. Here is the official description for the series, which will premiere on April 21: in Jeremy Wades ' Dark Waters, Wade spotlights bizarre, weird and mysterious as he investigates baffling, unsolved mysteries. He takes Animal Planets audiences on journeys beneath water in remote areas, to islands lose in time and out into the open ocean to investigate reports that include, among others, entire fish species suddenly disappearing; unexplained sightings of mythical beasts; once thriving Rivers now empty; and genetic oddities that may have produce biggest Monsters yet. Also Read: 'Tanked' canceled by Animal Planet After 15 Seasons These are detective stories with different tales from remote Waters, and from right under our noses, Wade say. If anybody thinks that by now Id seen it all, youre in for surprise-As I was. The show will also have original four-Episode digital mid-form Series on Animal Planet GO, Dark Waters: How To Catch River Monster, as companion to the linear show. Per Animal Planet: in this Series, which will drop on May 14, Jeremy GO into deep detail regarding techniques, strategy and equipment used to find some of the fish that feature in the series. Dark Waters: How To Catch River Monster will also be released weekly on Facebook and on YouTube. Additional social content this season will include new installments of short-form Series Monster Moments which will highlight physical attributes of fish, sharks, and other marine animals that feature in linear series, as well as weekly episodic sneak peeks and Instagram stories. Also Read: Animal Planet's 'Extinct or Alive' Actually find Its First 'Extinct' Species Alive During Filming Dark Waters is produced for Animal Planet by Icon Films with Laura Marshall and Andie Clare serving as executive producers with Nicholas Head as showrunner. For Animal Planet, Lisa Lucas is executive producer with Patrick Keegan as supervising producer. Read episode descriptions for the First Season of Dark Waters below. Italys Lake Monster-According to legend, one of Europes most beautiful lakes guards ancient secret. First reported in 16 century, Lake Garda Monster has been described as a huge hump Beast-half snake, half dinosaur. Jeremy travels to Northern Italy to investigate but is faced with more than one possible culprit. It turns out these lakes and Rivers, despite being in one of Italy's most populous regions, could be hiding more than one enormous Beast worthy of the Monster title. Alaskas lose River Kings-Jeremy Wade travels to Alaska to investigate reports of the mysterious disappearance of majestic King Salmon.

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Who is Jeremy Wade?

At the end of April 2009, Fishsiam team was contacted by Extreme angler Jeremy Wade in connection with the possibility of guiding for future episode of the hugely successful River Monsters TV show for Discovery Animal Planet. After previously swapping information with Jeremy Wade about Giant freshwater Stingrays in Thailandthe, extreme angler and fish biologist proposed an exploratory expedition next week in search of Giant freshwater Stingrays in the tidal rivers of Thailand. Arriving one week later, Extreme angler Jeremy Wade, accompanied by Icon Films producer Stephen Gooder, were greeted by minibus in Lat Phrao district of Bangkok. Two hours later, extreme angler arrived at Maeklong River in Samut Songkran and immediately began fishing for Giant freshwater Stingrays. Purposely coinciding trip to correspond with incoming tide angler wasted no time in landing two small Giant freshwater Stingrays which were duly examined by Chulalongkorn University research team before being release. At the end of days stingray fishing, both Jeremy Wade and the producer were in agreement and excited at the prospect of the forthcoming television production of River Monsters. Two weeks later, Jeremy Wade once again returned to Thailand, this time accompanied by a full film team and production crew. The expedition begins once again at the scenic Maeklong River near Samut Songkran, a short two hour journey from Bangkok. On arrival at Maeklong River and after stowing all the equipment into boats, Jeremy Wade, accompanied by film crew, began to power upriver towards the infamous Area 51 section of the mighty tidal River. After fishing for only a short period of time and with tide at its highest point, one of the baits was picked up by an unseen prehistoric predator twenty metres below. Winding down into Monster fish saw rod violently arch over towards the surface of the river as heavy big game gear take full weight of fish. Using his own powerful 7ft stand up rod, Jeremy Wade battles fish for arm numbing hour and half before it started to show signs of tiring. With unseen Giant freshwater stingray now languishing in the middle layers of water, Extreme angler Jeremy Wade slowly crank stingray to the surface. With the Monster stingray clearly matter of metres below the surface, Jeremy Wade gave one last lift of the rod. NSeconds later, disaster strikes as a heavy monofilament leader snaps under the immense weight of stingray! With just a fleeting glimpse of Stingrays rostrum breaking through the surface, there was a massive swirl of water before River Monster sunken down into the murky depths of the tidal River and out of sight. The giant freshwater stingray had clearly been a gigantic leviathan weighing well in excess of 200kgs with a massive 2 m + wingspan dwarfing anything previously captured by Jeremy Wade in his previous angling expeditions.

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With Wade traveling almost year-round in search of the world's largest and scariest marine life, it's probably not a huge surprise that up until 2016, he didn't own a home. But he's taken his minimalist approach to another level by not even renting his own apartment. According to his brother, Martin, who spoke with Singular City in April of 2016, Wade was actually living in a couple of spare rooms in the home of a friend at the time. Grant, Wade was in the process of building a home at the time of the interview, but Martin also said of his famous brother, he won't accept the way we are pushed in the direction of being consumers and exhort to spend money and accumulate things. He just doesn't believe in that.

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