River Monsters 6 Seasons 2012

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Season 4
(40) IMDb 8.1/10
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From the Okavango swamps in southern Africa there are stories of a piranha-like fish that hunts in marauding packs, tearing into other fish, and even human flesh. Angler Jeremy Wade heads into the watery labyrinth to track down this deadly swarm.

Starring:
Jeremy Wade
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
April 8, 2012

Available in HD on supported devices.

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Season 4

Product Details

Genres Documentary
Director Barny Revill
Starring Jeremy Wade
Season year 2012
Network Animal Planet
Producers Lisa Bosak Lucas, Barny Revill
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My dad LOVES this show!!
T. Buhrig
Each season just gets better and better...season 4 by far is the best yet...definitely worth buying if you're a fan...
Frank
I can't believe that there still such a place and creatures that Jeremy had encountered, and it's real !!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By David J. Heino on November 5, 2012
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My kids and I love watching River Monsters. My nine year old daughter thinks the host is "cute". He does have some charisma and makes fishing very entertaining and exciting. I like the balanced facts he provides about the fish and does not exaggerate the danger of the fish he goes after. Each episode has a completely different locale and a completely different type of fish. The variety is fantastic. Great show!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By JJ on May 31, 2012
An avid fan of the show, I finally feel the production style and scripting warrant Rivers Monsters to be considered an Emmy. This episode is truly the best of the show so far!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Red Cloud Foxtrot on October 20, 2012
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Wow. Jeremy Wade's adventure was unbelievable. I can't believe that there still such a place and creatures that Jeremy had encountered, and it's real !!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ashtar Command on April 14, 2013
"River Monsters" is a series featuring Jeremy Wade, a biologist and extreme angler, in his search for *really* large fish. If out-sized catfish, groupers, arapaimas or sturgeons is your cup of tea, you will definitely like this one. It seems virtually any fisherman's tale is coming true in this series!

Personally, I waxed slightly philosophical when watching two of the episodes. The misnamed "American Killers" actually feature footage from Australia and India, as well as the United States. In India, Wade managed to hook a gigantic catfish feeding on the badly cremated corpses which pious Hindus throw into the river. In Australia, bull sharks thrive near a sewage plant in fresh water. Wade's first catch, however, isn't a shark but a "regular" fish which turns out to be even larger: the legendary Goliath grouper.

Frankly, the whole thing looks like a horror movie. Who needs "Night of the Living Dead" when you can watch "River Monsters"? Clearly, this planet wasn't made for us! The fish are still the big fish around here, and some of them are hungry...

Unfortunately, humans are pretty hungry too, as can be seen in "Russian Killer", where Wade visits a desolate part of the former Soviet Union, close to the Amur River. Fishermen disappear on a semi-regular basis, and Wade soon realizes that something strange is going on when mysterious people start shadowing him in the streets of a local town. It turns out that the river is home to the massive kaluga, a local species of sturgeon with a lot of caviar inside. On the black market, just one of these super-sized fish can bring in the equivalent of 42 monthly pay-checks for an average Russian worker! Small wonder the kaluga has been hunted almost to extinction, despite being protected by law.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Cocodoe on July 5, 2012
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I love this show and this episode is very good however it seems like there are skips in the playing time and 5 or 10 second parts are missing. For example right before the interviewed the man with one arm it never says why they are interviewing him it just went to him being attacked.
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If Steve were still alive, I'd love to see these two travel together. It's a really entertaining show...for it being primarily about fishing!. - Penny
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The process to watch this show on a MAC was so intense even our IT guys had some problems. Amazon really got under my skin with this one.
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By Theodore Bagwell on January 19, 2014
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This is a show is great.
We watched every season so far and can't get enough of it!

We would recommend to others!
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