David Carver Jr., an irresponsible, un-kept young man, returns to his family owned ski resort in Colorado after the death of his grandfather to find that he, the youngest son, has inherited the entire mountain which puts him at odds with his older brother Will, the resort manager, who's holding out against being bought out by Colin Dowling, a scheming land developer. Other characters involved in the power struggle are David and Will's youngest sister Shelley, a local teen wanting to make it big as a champion snowboarder; Maria Serrano, David's former girlfriend, now Will's girlfriend; the double-dealing resort operator Travis, whom is under the control of Dowling and his son Michael; and the Downling's attractive daughter Maxine 'Max' whom falls for David while trying to get him to sell the mountain to her father.Written by
I was sorry they canceled this show, but I'm sorry to say that's WB's way. Just when they hooked me they cancel it. Did I miss a episode too, because I think I missed the last one. Just as Maria is getting engaged to Will, she turns around and sleeps with David? Was that the last episode, because that was the last one I saw, which made me want to scream. Anyways back to complaining about WB, they have been responsible for canceling a lot of good shows. Anyone remember Young Americans? This is the network for first canceling Roswell (my favorite), Buffy, Angel, Dawson's Creek, recently Jack and Bobby, I actually liked Birds if Prey, I'm sure I'm forgetting a few, oh Summerland, which was OK. But anyways I am not sure why I keep coming back to this low rating network that keeps breaking my heart , but then I'm reminded that I still love WB shows, sorry to say but I do. I am a little worried what will happen to shows like Everwood, which the majority of the public still hasn't realized is another little gem that needs renewing, since WB has bonded with CBS's UPN network. Sorry, the only show I even care about is Veronica Mars on that network. I only hope that the WB is able to bring the Moutain on DVD, which I hear can be costly due to soundtrack rights, but can be dealt with. Until then, I hear Penn is going to be starring in the Bedford Diaries on the WB, which I have to check when that's starting, and Anson is starring in Conviction on Fridays on NBC at 9pm central time, which also has Jordan Bridges in it, from Dawson's Creek, and J. August Richards from Angel- check it out- it's good.
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