After the Australian TV show, The Fishermen, was cancelled, the producers decided to rename it, the Fishermen.
The Fisherman has been a staple of the Australian film industry since it first aired in 2007.
A family drama, the series follows the lives of four young fishermen in the southern city of Byron Bay, who discover that their old fishing gear has been stolen by a mysterious alien species.
The series has won acclaim for its quirky and entertaining premise, and its use of music to bring out the most emotion.
In 2016, the show was given a second season on the ABC, and in 2017 the series received its third.
On Wednesday, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation announced it had picked up the series.
The program’s producer, Nick Nairn, told ABC radio station 2GB the series had received a great deal of critical acclaim and ratings.
“The first season we received a lot of critical and audience acclaim.
We’ve had a lot more support from the public, and the audience responded very well to the concept,” he said.
“We’re really excited about getting back into the storytelling.”
However, the name Fishermen is also controversial, and critics have called the name offensive.
“It’s very hard to say,” Nairns said.
Nick Narrow, the host of the popular comedy podcast The Big Fat Fat Show, called the new name “unfortunate and offensive”.
“The Fishermen was originally conceived as a fishing series,” he told the ABC.
“And as the show evolved, the focus of the show became about the fishermen, the stories that they tell about their experiences, their fishing experiences, and about the life they live in Byron Bay.”
The idea was to have a show about a group of young, working-class Australians who are coming to this very harsh, harsh reality in a world that they feel like they are living in.
That’s what it’s about, is the fishermen telling their stories, the life that they live, and hopefully you’ll get to know them through the series.
But I’m just so proud that it got picked up by the ABC,” he added. “
I mean, it’s so inappropriate and offensive.
But I’m just so proud that it got picked up by the ABC,” he added.
Narrow is one of many Australian comedians who have taken to social media to express their frustration with the name, and have even begun to boycott the series in protest.
“I just can’t understand why they decided to name it the Fisherman when it’s just so far away from anything that they are familiar with,” one commenter wrote on the website comedycentral.com.
The show is being renewed for a fourth season, but will have to take on a new name.