Trawlermen: Celebs At Sea kicked off on Monday, June 1st and is already Channel 5’s most dangerous reality series yet.

The show sees three celebrities take on Britain’s toughest job.

They take to a fishing trawler to live and work as the trawlermen do, facing harsh weather conditions and stormy seas, plus also diving head first into some gruesome tasks such as gutting large fish.

Here is everything you need to know about Trawlermen: Celebs At Sea. From cast to an episode guide and how to watch.

SKIPPER ALAN WATT/BEN COHEN/SHANE LYNCH/ANTONY WORRALL THOMPSON

What is Trawlermen: Celebs At Sea about?

All three celebs will be working under the guidance of Skipper Alan Watt from Aberdeenshire, Scotland. They will be fishing 200 miles north of Cape Wrath in the North Atlantic ocean and living as part of the team on HMS Genesis.

This is a real fishing trawler and the brutal reality of this job will be at the centre of the show.

There are just three celebrities taking part in the series, we assume because of how dangerous it could be.

They are singer Shane Lynch, chef and restauranteur Antony Worrall Thompson and ex-rugby player Ben Cohen.

How many episodes will there be?

In comparison to other reality shows popular at the moment, Trawlermen: Celebs At Sea will be around for a fleeting moment. Particularly in comparison to the two solid months of Love Island content being churned out.

Trawlermen: Celebs At Sea is just a two-part series.

It is unconfirmed whether it will be a one-off series yet, or whether they would bring it back with more celebrities in the coming years.

Both episodes will be two hours long with the first airing on Monday, July 1st at 9 pm on Channel 5.

The second will air at a slightly later time of 9.15 pm on Tuesday, July 2nd. This is because The Great Gardening Challenge begins that evening and is an hour and a quarter long.

How to watch Trawlermen: Celebs At Sea

After the episodes are broadcast, they will be available to stream on Channel 5’s streaming service, My5.

It is unconfirmed whether there will be other ways to watch such as on Netflix, Amazon Prime Video or other streaming sites.

We will continue to update this page with any new information about how to watch.

SHANE LYNCH

 

WATCH TRAWLERMEN: CELEBS AT SEA FROM MONDAY, JULY 1ST ON CHANNEL 5.