Not stoked for ABC's "The River" yet? Maybe this brand new clip will help!

I'm going to be completely honest here - I'm kind of sick of hearing about ABC's "The River." Don't get me wrong, the thing looks really good... but it was hyped more than enough about three weeks ago. The rest has just sort of been overkill, no?

Well the goods continue on today with a brand new clip from the show courtesy of IGN. In this new video we watch as some of our heroes come up against a bunch of creepy dolls. Peep the description: Cameraman AJ (Shaun Parkes) decides to get some footage of a creepy collection of dolls they've come across. Be careful, AJ… Check that shite out directly below.

"The River" is set in motion when: Famed explorer Dr. Emmet Cole went looking for magic deep in the uncharted Amazon and never returned. Now, the shocking truth about his disappearance is out there, somewhere, just waiting to be discovered. To the millions of kids who grew up watching his nature show, Dr. Cole was a hero. To his own son Lincoln, he was more of an enigma. Now, six months after he vanished, Lincoln is finally ready to bury the past when Dr. Cole's cagey ex-producer Clark film the mission documentary-style. The mixed crew of old friends and new acquaintances includes the sexy and resourceful Lena, loyal mechanic Emilio and lethal bodyguard Captain Kurt Brynildson.

Once they find The Magus, the real adventure begins. In the search for Dr. Cole, they will encounter a scary new mystery each week, while struggling with their own personal jealousies, insecurities, secrets and desires. As they venture further into the Amazon, away from the world they know, the crew of The Magus will discover a place where one bad decision can be fatal, and where powerful magic is as real as science.

"The River" kicks off this Tuesday February 7th at 8 PM on ABC with a two-hour premiere episode directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and starring Scott Michael Foster, Bruce Greenwood, Joe Anderson, Paul Blackthorne, Eloise Mumford, Paulina Gaitan, Daniel Zacapa, Katie Featherston (below) and Thomas Kretschmann.

Extra Tidbit: One of Jaume Collet-Serra's upcoming projects is the highly anticipated AKIRA adaptation.
Source: IGN



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