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River Monsters, Season 3HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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Jeremy Wade, biologist and extreme angler, is back with more investigations into the world of fishermen's tales. Watch as Jeremy catches dangerous underwater creatures, including a monster responsible for devouring certain male body parts, and packs of eels that will rip the flesh off swimmers. Jeremy's search for the truth takes him on a dangerous journey across the globe to reveal that the truth is every bit as unbelievable as the myth.

Customer Reviews

been waiting so long....

and its back!!! just like the long winter that keeps so many from hitting the lakes and rivers it was a pain to wait and see what Jeremey has waiting for us next and to be honest, i thought he was going to run out, but he is back and just a good as he has ever been!
Im so excited looking in advance to the episodes to come and cant wait to see what monsters he finds

Good TV

This is one series worth buying. Especially for 11 bucks! On its surface it sounds like a bad show. Some guy going around the world fishing??? But Jeremy Wades thoughts and insights, along with great editing make for a surprisingly captivating show. Absolutely love it! Well worth an hour of my time each week.

Love this show!

This is an interesting and exciting series. The host can sometimes be crazy. He's pretty hardcore when it comes to fishing. Something I'm content to listen to while I'm working without having to watch it. You'll see some pretty scary looking fish you might find in a river near you. Check it out, fun for the whole family.