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"Fish Tank Kings" Season 3 is a reality docu-series on Nat Geo Wild that takes viewers to the center of the action as the Florida-based aquarium specialists at Living Color use their unparalleled skills, creativity and teamwork to pull off the most extreme tanks.

Season 2

Fish tanks may not be in every household, but they certainly are works of art in high demand. Summer heats up as Season 2 brings not only new clients and challenges, but also a whole new set of jaw-dropping aquariums. We'll join Mat, the "boss"; John, the "engineer"; Ben, the "project manager"; Krusty, the "builder"; Francis, the "fish geek"; and Jose, the "designer"; as they take on larger projects that bring us closer to various marine life not easily accessible, including the giant Pacific octopus, snakehead fish, mermaid's purse, pufferfish, black tip reef sharks and lionfish. Dream as big as you like, and the Fish Tank Kings are at your service to create a custom fish tank. Any shape or size, we got the hook-up!

This season, the guys go bigger and bolder than ever, taking on extreme projects that have never before been attempted before. The team will bring together their unmatched aquatic knowledge with design and expertise to create the most innovative fish tanks, including an aquarium built out of a Volkswagen minibus, a fireplace surrounded by a tank and an impressive 4,000-pound aquatic dream tank. Our cameras will follow the guys from the inception of a design to selecting fish to choosing the reefs and corals. Being there for every reveal, we'll see clients change their minds 10 times in the process while displays are artistically created.



In addition to building some of the most astonishing tanks, the "Fish Tank Kings" also swim to the depths of the oceans to get as close to underwater fish and coral as possible to replicate the most accurate-looking coral for tanks. Come along as the guys go diving in the depths of south Florida waters to search for marine life. It's a fishy job, but somebody's gotta do it!

Season 3

The guys "reel in" a new "haul" of extreme projects that range from our very own Dog Whisperer Cesar Millan's aquatic oasis in the middle of the California desert to a pimped-out octopus exhibit at a New York zoo, and the largest private aquarium in South Florida. Being there for every reveal, we'll see clients change their minds 10 times in the process while displays are artistically created.

In addition to building some of the most astonishing tanks out there, the "Fish Tank Kings" also swim to the depths of the oceans to meet their clients' needs. Our cameras plunge into open waters to see how they expertly retrieve deadly and exotic sea creatures — from the giant Pacific octopus, to an elusive pair of fish that mate for life and a deadly nocturnal fish with a venomous spine.

"Fish Tank Kings" is produced by Sharp Entertainment for Nat Geo Wild. For Sharp Entertainment, Matt Sharp, Dan Adler, Bob Larson and Matthew Blaine are executive producers. For Nat Geo Wild, executive producer is Jenny Apostol, senior vice president of production and development is Janet Han Vissering and general manager is Geoff Daniels.


FACTS

Network: Nat Geo Wild
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: May 12, 2012
Seasons: 3
Production Company: Sharp Entertainment





  'Fish Tank Kings' Season 3 Plunges into Unchartered Waters — Premiering Monday, April 28, the new season of the Nat Geo Wild reality series continues to build mind-blowing aquariums, ranging from an underwater oasis for dog whisperer, Cesar Millan, in the middle of the desert, to South Florida's largest private aquarium. Read more...
'Fish Tank Kings' Season 2 Gets Wilder and Crazier — Premiering Saturday, June 1, the new season of the Nat Geo Wild reality docu-series features an aquarium built out of a Volkswagen minibus, a fireplace surrounded by a tank and an impressive 4,000-pound aquatic dream tank. Read more...





 
 
 
 
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