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The River, Season 1HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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Description

The River follows the story of famed explorer and TV personality, Emmet Cole, who's gone missing while on an unchartered mission in the Amazon. Will his family and friends find him alive during their search or will they discover something more sinister, deadly or even supernatural? From Oren Peli, the director of Paranormal Activity, this riveting new thriller takes you deep into the unknown, where the only thing darker than family secrets is the mystery at the heart of the Amazon.

Customer Reviews

A better man

Can we get the song Lincoln was singing before the cyclone of bugs descended? it was pretty cool-Thanks

Short lived… Scheduled to end March 20th

I hope you don't mind only having 8 episodes because that is likely to be all you will be seeing. Heaven forbid a network sticks with a show for a bit to try and make it work. Thanks, abc. It's been real.

Tried and Tried to Like It, but just cannot

I watched most of the pilot simply because I love shows of this conceptual genre. But it is just terrible. I am willing to suspend my disbelief as much as the next guy but this show requires the viewer to suspend your intelligence as well. After about 10 minutes I was thinking "This is BAD", but I kept watching, ever hoping it would improve. Never did.

The River, Season 1
View in iTunes $14.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Feb 07, 2012
  • CCin English

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