There's no doubt about it. ABC's journey down "The River" was a rocky one. The freshman show definitely traversed some peaks and valleys, but in the end it got a lot more right than it did wrong. So with the first season wrapped, the question beckons... Where do we go from here?
ABC has released a clip from this week's upcoming Episode 1.04 of "The River", entitled "A Better Man", and we have it for you right here along with a teaser preview of the ep.
A new clip from the next episode of ABC's "The River" has made its way online, and we've scooped it up for you. The show, which has been met with mixed reaction, is still in its infancy so it's too early to call just how successful it's poised to be.
ABC's "The River" premiered last night to curious audiences, and we've got the word on whether it sank or swam. Read on for the latest details on your terror tube!
We are one day away from the premiere of ABC's new show "The River" (review here), and to keep those fires of anticipation stoked, we now have the final trailer on tap for you!
Just a handful of hours is all that separates you from digging on ABC's new show "The River" (review here), but as you're about to see, some folks already took in a special screening in Los Angeles, and their reactions are of the priceless variety!
The premiere of ABC's "The River" (review here) is just days away, and to get you guys even sweatier with anticipation, a new clip has found its way online. Dig it!
If you aren't already sold on the mystery of ABC's new series "The River", this second sneak peek should more than just pique your interest! Check it out, and start counting the days.
Exclusive Interview: Actor Dallas Roberts on Once in a Lifetime Chances, Male Bonding and More for The Grey
Now playing in theatres is Joe Carnahan's wildly thrilling The Grey (review here), which follows a small group of oil drillers forced to survive in the Alaskan wilderness after suffering a horrific plane crash. One by one nature – as well as a clever pack of wolves – begins to leave its mark on the group as they continue to face insurmountable odds stacking up against them.
In Joe Carnahan's survivalist thriller The Grey, Joe Anderson plays loudmouth oil rigger Todd Flannery, who always manages to rub his co-workers the wrong way with his less-than-appropriate comments. However, once their plane goes down, Flannery and the rest of the survivors - played by Liam Neeson, Frank Grillo, Dermot Mulroney, Dallas Roberts, Nonso Anozie, Ben Bray and James Badge Dale - are forced to work together to endure both the harsh wintry terrain where they landed as well as a pack of deadly wolves whose feeding grounds the group unknowingly stumble upon.
The days are ticking away until the premiere of the highly anticipated new ABC series "The River", and we've scored you guys a preview as a means to get you geared up. Stand up straight, check your equipment, grab your map, and dive in!
Over the past several days you've probably noticed an increase in television coverage in the media, and that's because the TCA (Television Critics Association) is currently holding its Winter 2012 Press Tour. As a result, we have some news out of ABC with regard to its upcoming series "The River" along with information on how you can attend a special advance screening of the pilot in Austin, Texas.
The February 7th, 2012, series premiere of "The River" is inching closer, and to get you all hot and bothered, ABC has released the official one-sheet promoting the series, which stars Bruce Greenwood, Leslie Hope, and Joe Anderson.
To help build anticipation for the February 7th, 2012, series premiere of "The River" (although that still seems like a helluva long way away right now), ABC has released a second video promoting the series, which stars Bruce Greenwood, Leslie Hope, and Joe Anderson.