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Led by Emmy Award-winning producer and director of photography, Doug Stanley, Ridgeline Entertainment continues its masterful storytelling in the new reality series “Hell & Highwater” airing domestically on MAVTV. While some may think fire and water don’t mix, this one-hour episodic show will prove otherwise as it follows the trials and tribulations of 13 students as they attempt to successfully navigate seven of America’s most dangerous rivers in their quest to become world-class river guides. Known for its “trial by fire” tactics, The Wilderness Adventures Guide School is infamous in the industry for its hands-on, on-river approach. Despite the fact that the instructors adamantly believe it is the best way for potential whitewater guides to learn river running, the extreme conditions both on and off the water will have some running for the hills. “As we take them down these seven wild rivers, we are going to shove whitewater down their throats,” said Roger Lee, one of the lead instructors. This force-feeding style may be tough for the students to swallow, but audiences around the globe will eat it up. After all, as the 13 would-be rafting guides navigate dangerous waters and volatile relationships, the drama will flow as fast as the Class-5 rivers.
|S01E01||Hopes and Fears||05/03/2014|
|S01E03||Opt Out, Eddy Out||19/03/2014|
|S01E04||The Road to Hell||26/03/2014|
|S01E05||Hell's Corner||03/04/2014||Amanda leads the group as they run the Upper Klamath River for the second day. Breaking through the Bermuda Triangle and barely escaping the deadly clutches of the Dragon, the students make their way through Hell's Corner.|
|S01E06||The Run-Off||09/04/2014||Emotions reach a breaking point as the strain of expedition travel starts to take its toll on the students. Linsey is the head boatman and must guide the group down the Scott River as they face off against their leader, each other, and themselves.|
|S01E07||Flood Stage||16/04/2014||The increasing difficulty of the water on the Scott River has both damaging and healing effects. While some students are facing defeat at the hands of these powerful rivers, Chuck, today's head boatman, is finding strength and purpose.|
|S01E08||The Gaping Maw||23/04/2014||Students must escape the jaws of one of the biggest holes, on any river they will run; the Cal-Salmon is at a record high; the river has been changed by bulging flows and fear paralyzes the students; the group rebels against head boatman, Guy.|