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Fatal Attractions

3 Seasons

Season 1
4.4 out of 5 stars (29) IMDb 8/10

This season of Fatal Attractions features several people whose obsession with dangerous animals has put them in harms way. Watch as the stories of 500-pound tigers living in an apartment, an elderly woman with a passion for feeding bears, a snake enthusiast with a 13-foot python and more, tragically unfold.

Starring:
Winston Card

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Season 1

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1. Reptiles

Man lived with seven large Nile monitor lizards in his small studio apartment, and woman shared her home with more than 20 venomous snakes and lizards.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 10, 2010
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2. Big Cats

Hear the stories of people who keep dangerous big cats, such as tigers, lions, and leopards, as pets and learn how just one mistake can result in devastating consequences.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 10, 2010
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3. Chimps

Chimpanzees, our closet animal relative, possess six times the strength of an average adult male and have the temperament of a five-year-old child. Despite their strength and their wild tendencies, some people believe chimps make loving companions.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 10, 2010
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4. A Tiger Loose in Harlem

In 2003, a 500-pound tiger was removed from a New York apartment in the notorious projects of Harlem. Veteran's tigers helps him cope with his post traumatic stress disorder, but another tragic story reminds us that predators can never be denied.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 10, 2010
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5. Snakes in a Trailer!

Anita Finch, a 33-year-old Californian woman was found dead in her trailer-park home, clutching a note with words, "Northfield Hospital, ask for ICU." How did her passion for nature develop into an obsession for venomous snakes?

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 14, 2010
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6. Don't Feed the Bears

Donna Munson was an elderly lady who enjoyed feeding the bears that congregated around her home in the woodlands of Ouray, Colorado. Her life ended tragically when she tried to intervene in a conflict between an adult male and a cub.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 22, 2010
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7. My Pet Python

Cincinnati local is bitten on the face and neck by his 13-foot python. While in a feeding frenzy, the snake coiled around his neck and asphyxiated him as Ted's horrified girlfriend witnessed.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: October 29, 2010
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8. Raging Bulls

Ricky Weinhold paid with his life when he tried to keep a bull as a pet. Texas rancher RC Bridges has gone a step further and keeps a huge pet buffalo called Wild Thing. At one time, it even had its own room in the house.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: November 5, 2010
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9. A Tiger Stalks New Jersey

A tiger loose in the streets of suburban New Jersey tips off locals to a larger and potentially deadly problem. Meanwhile, a man's insistence on keeping tigers costs one person their life.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 13, 2011
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10. The Deadliest Show on Earth

A Wisconsin school teacher follows his dream of owning a two-ton Asian elephant, but isn't prepared for the inevitable. Doug Terranova, a former circus performer, wants his young daughters to follow in his footsteps.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 18, 2011
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11. A Buffalo Rides Shotgun

Three men tempt fate when they bring a buck, a buffalo, and a bull into their lives and homes.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 25, 2011
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12. My Sister the Lion

Two families are torn apart by one member's choice to keep big cats close at hand.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 4, 2011
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13. There's a Crocodile in My Bed

An Australian man keeps two 10-foot saltwater crocs in a shed in his backyard. Aussie Vicky Lowing shares her suburban home with three pet crocodiles, one of whom she takes for drives in the car, another that lives in the bath.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 11, 2011
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Product Details

Director Nigel Levy
Starring Winston Card
Season year 2011
Network Animal Planet
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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Fatal Attractions is a really sad show, but simultaneously, the drama between the involved humans and animals captivated me so much I didn't want to miss any episodes. The show describes the dangerous situations that occur when humans take wild animals into their homes as pets. Most people know that owning a pet tiger/alligator/poisonous snake is a bad idea, but for these individuals,. their selfish desire to possess what they shouldn't have overrides any concern for their safety or that of others, with devastating results. I love this show because it demonstrates that humans do not own the earth, and that we need to respect nature just as much as other animals do.
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My brother was the person who was killed by the deer in Ellenburg. My mother and I were in the show. It was done nicely, as hard as it was to do, if we saved another person's life by letting people know how deer can be dangerous at rutting time we have succeeded in what we hoped to do!! I lost a brother and my mom lost her son because of rutting and someone not being cautious enough!
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This was entertaining, to be sure, but not as shocking as the the advertisements made it out to be. The best part by far was the tiger owner's brother they interviewed. He REALLY carried the Harlem story and once we are introduced to the "pet" owner, we realize how much of a recluse he likely was. The other segments were interesting, but again, the Harlem story is definitely the most interesting.

To the show's credit it WAS interesting to see 3 different people with pet Tigers. The environmental demographic was very different and logic for intimate interaction with such a powerful beast was equally diverse.

Don't know if I'd buy it again, but I did enjoy it and watched it a few times.
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This episode focuses on 3 scenarios, not one. When referring to the tiger that attacked one of Sigfried & Roy, comedian Chris Rock commented, "That tiger wasn't going crazy; that tiger went tiger!" Here, owners of dangerous snakes act as if because they feed and "love" their snakes, that the reptiles will not poison or suffocate them. Remember that Lisa Simpson stated, "The point of 'Moby Dick' was that you can't seek revenge on an animal!"
I almost felt like putting Pygmalion in my review title. This show never mentions paraphilias, but there was a lot of discussion about loving non-humans who can't love you back. I once saw a show in which an anthropologist said, "Most people who live near volcanoes completely ignore that they can be lethal. In their minds, the volcano is their protector or friend." One of the snake owners here referred to his pets as "my babies." Luckily, this show includes an expert that said owners of dangerous pets are oftentimes trying to hide their own psychological problems.
In none of the three scenarios did a snake plot to harm its owner. Each man, purposely gendered, bit by a snake admitted that he did something he should not have done. Further, these men seemed like villains. If you watch any of the animal hoarding shows on cable TV, these dysfunctional pet owners claim to love their animals, but pet control points to numerous ways in which the pets are being abused or tortured. This reminded me of Elmira from WB cartoon. No wonder she had a human skull in the middle of her head ribbon. One pet owner here was a drug addict. Another one was incarcerated for beating his wife and owning unregistered guns or bombs or something. It was very hard for me to empathize with these bad actors.
I loved this episode because it was a brilliant exploration of how stupid or crazy men can be. Maybe some animals are just not meant to be domesticated and you shouldn't be dumb enough to try!
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This is a great show. The endings are sad, but, predictable. In the interim, v interesting to watch the way these people interact with these amazing yet dangerous creatures, and what leads them to do so!
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I love this show! The psychology behind people get exotic pets is fascinating! Very informative and I can only hope it will discourage the public from doing something so foolhardy as to keep a tiger or a chimpanzee as a pet.
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Interesting stories & at times ridiculous to the point of laughter. An unusual group of humans seem to show no respect for the animals true nature. They are not human & do not have to relate to us as people & vice versa, to be truly loved & appreciated. We need to respect the species for what it is. We can love what is different. A lesson we as humans must learn in relation to each other as well.
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Pretty intense shows. I really don't like reality shows but the first show of season 1 had me wondering. What will happen next? This doesn't seem like it's going to work out well for the owner who is crazy enough to take a wild beast into his/her care! Yikes! I would say each show was like that. I have an interest in psychology and I was shocked at the rationalizations these people had made so they could be willing to put their own life and the lives of others in jeopardy. Most of these obsessed owners acted like their "pet" was like a human being to them (and would, therefore, never hurt them). Wrong! It was sad to see so many situations go so wrong.
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