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AUSSIE LOBSTER MEN battle the elements and COVID in brand new season on Discovery

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Discovery’s local production Aussie Lobster Men is back for Season 3.

The new season begins with a bang, as the global COVID-19 pandemic sends the rock lobster game into a spin.

They’ve faced natural adversaries, mechanical failures, and danger that knows no bounds – but nothing quite like this. It’s an unprecedented time for the industry, and strategy and skill are crucial to not making a profit, but simply making ends meet.

Along Australia’s deadliest stretch of ocean, the Southern Ocean, teams new and old brave challenges and uncertainty to stay afloat. And – for the first time – a new crew joins the plight in Western Australia.

When it comes to the survival and adventure genre, no one does it quite like Discovery.

Aussie Lobster Men Season 3 airs Wednesdays from 5 August at 8:30pm (AEST) on Discovery

Discovery is available in Australia on Foxtel and Fetch

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