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Three Rivers 1 Season 2010

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Season 1
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4.6 out of 5 stars (417) IMDb 7.1/10

A new twist on the television medical drama, this one-season series set in a Pittsburgh hospital explores the race-against-time world of organ transplants from the perspective of the medical team, the organ recipients, the donors and their families.

Starring:
Alex O'Loughlin, Katherine Moennig

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Season 1
1. Place Of Life

After suffering a heart-attack, Andy tells a young pregnant woman that in order to save her and her unborn child she must get a heart transplant. However, unexpected complications with the donor's family place the transplant in jeopardy.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 4, 2009
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2. Ryan's First Day

Andy and the team try to save an 18-year-old college student in need of a double lung transplant but run into a road block that might not allow her to be eligible for a new set of lungs

TV-14 CC Runtime: 44 minutes Release date: October 11, 2009
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3. Good Intentions

After Andy convinces UNOS (United Network for Organ Sharing) to give a former drug addict a new heart, things take a turn when the patient disappears right before the surgery.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: October 18, 2009
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4. Code Green

Following a bus crash, the parents of a football player must make a heartbreaking decision whether to donate his organs. Meanwhile, Andy and Ryan rush to find a procurement team to give a boy a heart transplant he desperately needs.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 25, 2009
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5. Alone Together

In order to save his life, Andy tries a risky new procedure on his wife's partner who suffers from an aortic aneurysm.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: November 1, 2009
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6. Where We Lie

Lisa becomes very attached to an 8-year-old boy who she witnesses being crushed by a ride at a fair. Meanwhile, Andy and David try to get a VAD (ventricular assist device) for one of their patients.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 8, 2009
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7. The Luckiest Man

Andy treats a car crash victim dying from ALS who asks to be to taken off of life support so his organs can be used to save others. Meanwhile, David tends to a foster parent with pulmonary hypertension who refuses admission to the hospital.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: November 15, 2009
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8. The Kindness Of Strangers

The wife of a billionaire suffers the consequences after a setback leaves her without a new liver and her husband resorts to buying one on the black market. Meanwhile, a friend from Andy's past resurfaces.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 22, 2009
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9. Win-Loss

When a bride is gunned down at her wedding, the team is sent to harvest her lungs to transplant into a college basketball player.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: June 5, 2010
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10. A Roll Of The Dice

Andy is forced to make a tough decision when the wife of a man in need of the kidney transplant is not a suitable match.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: June 12, 2010
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11. Every Breath You Take

A firefighter must decide whether to be a living donor to her captain, a man who has mistreated her. Meanwhile, Andy's uncle turns up with a stab wound and asks him not to report the incident for fear it will violate his parole.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: June 19, 2010
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12. Case Histories

Andy is upset when his rival, an arrogant heart surgeon with no bedside manner, returns to the hospital.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 26, 2010
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13. Status 1A

Andy puts his patient Kuol at the top of the donor list to receive a new heart after his condition takes a turn for the worse.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 3, 2010
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I am a fan of television medical drama. As a kid, I grew up with "Ben Casey". My passion for the subject of medicine being portrayed in the media took two gigantic leaps forward with "St. Elsewhere" and "ER". The intelligence and the spirit of the creators behind these shows truly permeated through their storylines and their characters, to connect with viewers like myself, so strongly, because they acknowledged that we too had intelligence and spirit. I have followed the concept write-ups for "Three Rivers" - a new fall CBS drama which tells the story of today's cutting edge medical technologies and processes of organ and tissue transplantation from three perspectives - those of the transplant team; the donors and their families; and the recipients and their families. Headed by Alex O'Loughlin ("Moonlight"), and supported by a strong ensemble cast including a long-time personal favourite, Alfre Woodard ("St. Elsewhere" and "L.A. Law"), I hold high hopes for "Three Rivers" to share with TNT's "HawthoRNe" the third gigantic leap forward for television medical drama.

P.S. As of October 19th, 2009 Network Ten in Australia has pulled the plug on "Three Rivers" after airing only one episode. A VERY disappointing move indeed!!!! After singing the network's praises in the past for airing such great quality programming as "Picket Fences" and "NYPD Blue", I am VERY disappointed that they haven't given the people behind creating the "Three Rivers" concept more credit. Not only is it an insult to the real life transplant surgeon (whose life Alex O'Loughlin's character "Andy Yablonski" is based on), but it is an insult to those who are trying to support the public health message of organ and tissue donation, and the future possibilities of transplantation medicine.
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Well, just like we have our sixteen episodes of Moonlight to watch on DVD, now we have our thirteen episodes of Three Rivers. All of the fans know that both were amazing shows, so I won't go into an explanation of why they were cancelled. I will just say that Three Rivers is an excellent show, and if you want to enjoy the outstanding thirteen episodes we did get to see, buy this DVD or Blu-Ray.

Alex O'Loughlin stars as transplant surgeon Andy Yablonski, and his character is based on the work of real life transplant surgeon Dr. Stawinski from the Cleveland Clinic where he specializes in organ transplants. Dr. Stawinski actually tutored Alex for the role, even down to taking him into real surgeries and teaching him how to do stitches, and everything that he could to bring realism to the show. Being the quick study that Alex is he did an amazing job, and he was surrounded by an outstanding cast as well. Eclectic, to say the least, and one of my favorites is Alfre Woodard who played Andy's boss at the transplant center set in Pittsburgh.

Each week there is an exciting story about transplant situations - the people who need the organs - and then the people who end up donating. I found it fascinating to be educated about organ transplants while enjoying a drama with just the right touch of humor and romance mixed in. Besides putting Three Rivers in a no-win time slot for a brand new show CBS took too long to develop the characters - and just as we were starting to find out about Andy's troubled past and his criminally inclined uncle (who ended up playing Steve's dad on Hawaii Five-0) - we lost the show.

CBS had done it to us again.
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By Laurie on November 25, 2009
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Three Rivers is a fascinating show, and it has something for everyone. You don't have to be a fan of medical dramas to enjoy it. Alex O'Loughlin is perfectly cast as Dr. Andy Yablonski, and his hard work and study shows. Alex is extremely passionate about this role, and has become an ambassador for Donate Life.
Not only is Three Rivers informative and important in educating people about organ donations, but the writers are quickly weaving stories around the various characters, and making me more and more anxious to see each episode. The entire cast is excellent, but I am glad to see that we are finding out more about Dr. Andy and his past and personal life. A doctor with a dark past to deal with along with work that keeps him too busy to keep his marriage together makes for a fascinating hour.
The writers have woven the three parts of this show so skillfully - the doctors, the donors and the families of the donors. There is action to keep your attention the entire hour and it leaves you wanting more. This show is touching, dramatic and has just the right touch of humor.
Three Rivers has a very tough spot. Where I live, the football on CBS has consistently pushed it later than many people want to watch TV on a Sunday night, with school and work the next day. It has been on against football on NBC, and it even had the World Series to contend with on FOX. This week, while I watched one of the best episodes yet, ABC was airing the AMAs - and again, football on NBC. I am glad to see that CBS seems to be trying to give this marvelous show the chance that it so richly deserves, and I hope that they appreciate the show and the stellar cast enough to try airing it on another night during the week.
I love Three Rivers. Alex O'Loughlin, as always, is brilliant - and I look forward to seeing much more. I am praying for a DVD!
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