A crew from 60 Minutes has made several visits to Esperance as part of a story about the Bunbury man's ordeal in which he had part of both of his arms bitten off in a shark attack while surfing at Kelp Beds Beach, about 150 metres from the shore. The shark attack happened at Wylie Bay on October 2.
A WIN Network spokesperson said "a team from 60 Minutes has made several trips to Esperance for a story about Sean Pollard that will air later this month".
The day after the attack, two white sharks were captured on drum lines and Esperance residents started a fundraiser to help with Mr Pollard's medical costs and rehabilitation.
The week after the attack Mr Pollard set his first goal which was to be able to stand and receive a group hug from his family.
At the time Mr Pollard's uncle Kim Fergusson said in a statement that the family credited his rescuers with saving the surfer's life.
"We are very appreciative of all the rescuers from Esperance and credit them with saving Sean's life," Mr Fergusson said.
Mr Pollard underwent multiple operations at Royal Perth Hospital and despite suffering such severe injuries, he was determined to fulfill his first goal of receiving a group hug from his family.