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Three Rivers

Series Summary
Dr. Andy Yablonski (Alex O'Loughlin, "Moonlight") leads an elite team of medical professionals who work with organ transplant patients and their families, offering a last chance at hope for many. At the preeminent transplant hospital in the country, Yablonski and his colleagues race against time to save lives, as well as managing the fears and concerns of worried family members of donors and recipients alike.

Air Dates: 2009 - 2010

Genres: Drama, Medical

Network: CBS

  • Season 1, Ep. 13 : Status 1A Jul 3, 2010

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    Andy puts Kuol at the top of the donor list for a new heart; cops threaten to seize the money that was raised for Kuol's surgery.

  • Season 1, Ep. 12 : Case Histories Jun 26, 2010

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    Andy is upset when his nemesis, an arrogant heart surgeon, comes back to the hospital.

  • Season 1, Ep. 11 : Every Breath You Take Jun 19, 2010

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    A firefighter must decide whether to be a living donor for her captain, who has mistreated her; Andy's uncle turns up with a stab wound.

  • Season 1, Ep. 10 : A Roll of the Dice Jun 12, 2010

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    Andy must decide if he will let a woman start a daisy chain and donate her kidney to another patient on the chain until a match is found for her husband; Andy suspects a patient is rejecting his new heart.

  • Season 1, Ep. 9 : Win-Loss Jun 5, 2010

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    When a bride is shot, the team must harvest her lungs to transplant into a college basketball player.

critic reviews ( 3 )
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  • The supporting cast is diverse, but uniformly bland. Three Rivers isn’t as laughably awful as NBC’s "Mercy," but it’s possibly more forgettable. show more

  • The cases are inventive, and the acting is low key. Entertainmentwise, the series is nothing special. show more

  • With run-of-the-mill storylines and likeable doctors, Three Rivers is neither adrenaline-pumping, like NBC's Trauma, nor genre-busting, like House. Instead, the show appears to be a friendly study in hard work and good manners. show more

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