Nat Geo WILDâ€™s popular series Fish Tank KingsÂ returns for a second season beginning Saturday, June 1, at 9 PM ET/PT, taking viewers to the center of the action as the Florida-based aquarium specialists at Living ColorÂ use their unparalleled skills, creativity and teamwork to pull off the most extreme tanks.
Among the highlights of the event was the City of Miami and Broward Countyâ€™s both presenting proclamations naming June 1st as â€œFish Tank Kings Dayâ€, in commemoration of the top-rated showsâ€™ global premier. Moreover, Fish Tank Kings was awarded the Key to Broward County. The series represents one of the only internationally distributed shows filmed primarily in South Florida.
â€œI am proud of Living Colorâ€™s talented team of designers, artisans, engineers and marine life experts as we continue to take viewers into the creative world of building award-winning aquariums for museums, public aquariums, theme parks, hotels and private homes, around the world,â€ said Mat Roy, Living Color President and Fish Tank Kings Star.
The event attracted over 200 of South Floridaâ€™s most influential entertainment and government dignitaries, including; Broward County Commissioner Chip LaMarca, the Vice Chairman of the City of Miami Arts & Entertainment Council, Howard R. Miller and the Senior Vice President of Nat Geo WILD Program Development, Janet Han-Vissering. The event also featured a custom 300 gallon aquarium built in-house by Living Color Enterprises and Fish Tank Kingsâ€™ stars; with two beautiful mermaids included.