Bruce Greenwood and Joe Anderson
Will Netflix be next to brave The River?
The streaming service is said to be interested in picking up new episodes of the thriller series should ABC not renew it, Deadline reports.
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The River ended its freshman run on ABC on Tuesday and grabbed just ...
If you've been following ABC's The River , you know some messed up stuff has been happening ever since the crew of the Magus set out to find Dr. Emmet Cole. In an effort to find out what awaits them as they head deeper into the Amazon, we tempted executive producer Oren Peli with a night of pizza, The Exorcist on Blu-ray (his favorite horror movie) and talk about his Paranormal Activity series.
Blankets to hide under. Check. Cell phone to call for help. Check. Flashlight just in case the power happens to go out. Check. Pillow to muffle your screams. Check. Now you're ready to watch ABC's The River.
If the notion of getting "Lost in the Amazon" and finding yourself in a weekly horror movie has any appeal, then by all means set your compass for ABC's The River, the most exciting thing to happen to TV's midseason since, well, Monday's premiere of Smash on NBC. If Smash is a show-stopper, The River is a terrifying heart-stopper, a cleverly cinematic supernatural adventure that takes us on a wild ride into an exotic heart of darkness. (It opens with back-to-back episodes Tuesday at 9/8c, and the second hour is even scarier than the first.)
Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis
ABC has given the greenlight to seven drama pilots, one of which comes from Lost writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz, and another from Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry.
Once Upon a Time, written and executive produced by Kitsis and Horowitz, follows the story of...