Whale Wars season premier: Japan uses tsunami funds to hunt whales once more
By IBTimes Staff Reporter: Subscribe to IBTimes's RSS feed Captain Paul Watson, founder of the nonprofit Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and subject of the Animal Planet reality show "Whale Wars," was arrested by German officials in Frankfurt this
TV picks for Friday, June 1, 2012, include "Best Friends Forever" on NBC; "The National History Bee" on History; and "Whale Wars" on Animal Planet. Lennon Parham, left, and Jessica St. Clair in the sitcom "Best Friends Forever.
Weinstein noticed that Iksil (known as the London Whale) was making large bets on credit derivatives that didn't make sense and he bet against him. Weinstein, according to a recent New York Times profile who had himself lost $2 billion at Deutsche Bank
Sea Shepherd members cheered and thought that the Japanese were giving up whaling once and for all. But nothing could be further from the truth. And so a new season of Whale Wars begins tonight on Animal Planet. Last year, following the tsunami that
Sea Shepherd has famously harassed Japanese whaling fleets on the reality TV program “Whale Wars,” and the Japanese industry has sued Sea Shepherd in the United States. “We have created some very powerful enemies in the Japanese government,” Captain