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River Monsters

Jeremy Wade, an extreme angler, searches for freshwater fish with a taste for human flesh. 

Jeremy Wade (Host)

12:04 AM
"Africa's Deadliest"  Jeremy Wade returns to the Okavango Delta to re-investigate a predatory carnivore that may have mauled over 100 victims of a capsized boat; to discover the truth, Jeremy offers himself up as live bait.  (Repeat) APL
03:04 AM
"Atomic Assassin"  Jeremy looks into a series of grisly attacks at the site of the world's worst nuclear power-plant accident.  (Repeat) APL
01:08 AM
"Legend of Loch Ness"  Jeremy's quest to locate the legendary Loch Ness Monster takes him from the depths of the Scottish lake to the volcanoes of Iceland.  (Repeat) APL
03:03 AM
"Killer Torpedo"  Jeremy travels to Central America to locate a man-sized beast that reportedly leaps into boats and inflicts devastating injuries upon fishermen.  (Repeat) APL
04:00 AM
"Freshwater Shark"  Jeremy investigates the bull shark.  (Repeat) APL
05:00 AM
"Killer Catfish"  Searching for the goonch, a potentially huge, man-eating species of catfish found in the foothills of the Himalayas.  (Repeat) APL
09:00 AM
"Amazon Assassins"  Jeremy Wade encounters the Amazon's legendary arapaima, one of the largest freshwater fishes in the world.  (Repeat) APL
10:00 AM
"Flesh Ripper"  Jeremy Wade searches for a two-hundred year old legend.  (Repeat) APL
11:00 AM
"Lethal Encounters"  Jeremy Wade recounts the moments where he was most threatened and feared for his life.  (Repeat) APL
12:00 PM
"American Horrors"  Jeremy relives some of the most shocking and surprising finds of his career, all in America.  (Repeat) APL
River Monsters

Jeremy Wade is not a fisherman; he's an ``extreme angler'' in search of the biggest and most dangerous freshwater fish, the kind with a taste for human flesh. This action-adventure series also features Wade illustrating how these river monsters are constructed to kill.

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Jeremy Wade

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.