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A commercial aircraft crashes in the Amazon rain forest in Brazil, leaving only a handful of survivors. Their hopes of being rescued aren't very good, as the Amazon proves to be even more hostile than the terrifying plane crash which brought them there: they must cope with an extremely hostile environment: piranhas, deadly snakes, flesh-eating ants, poisonous plants, hostile tribes, and more.Written by
I saw the first episode last night (in Toronto we get it later) and I thought it was really cool. It was entertaining and interesting. The crash scene was done really well and the sound stage is absolutely amazing. I am kind of concerned about how they're going to drag on the plot line throughout an entire series without repeating too much and without making it another Gilligan's Island. We'll just have to watch and find out. From what I've seen so far, I give it an A+.
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