[03/17/14 - 11:50 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 17
Updates include: Nick at Nite's "See Dad Run" to end after three seasons; Jason Jones to lead NBC's "Love Is Relative"; and Georgia King is the latest bound for CBS's "The Odd Couple."

[09/20/13 - 11:13 AM]
ABC to Premiere "Super Fun Night" with Second Episode Instead of Pilot
"Anything for Love" will now serve as its premiere installment on Wednesday, October 2 at 9:30/8:30c.

[09/27/12 - 11:01 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, September 27
Updates include: Glenn Gordon Caron books two dramas at CBS; Nicole Ari Parker joins NBC's "Secret Lives of Husbands and Wives"; and Kate Mulgrew is the latest to Netflix's "Orange Is the New Black."

[07/18/12 - 01:32 PM]
Harvey Keitel, Amber Clayton and Billy Miller Star in Lifetime Original Movie "Fatal Honeymoon," Saturday, August 25
Nadia Tass directed the David Parker-produced film from a screenplay by Mac Gudgeon.

[07/17/12 - 09:21 AM]
World Premiere Lifetime Original Movie "Fatal Honeymoon" Airs Saturday, August 25
Harvey Keitel, Amber Clayton and Billy Miller star in the project, which is based on a true story.

[06/09/10 - 06:18 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, June 9
Updates include: Style renews "Giuliana & Bill"; Vinnie Jones upped to series regular on NBC's "The Cape"; and ABC pilots "101 Ways to Leave a Game Show."

[05/22/10 - 01:42 PM]
CBS Revives "Three Rivers" for Saturdays Starting June 5
"Hawaii Five-O" star Alex O'Loughlin is returning to CBS a few months early.

[05/04/10 - 11:42 AM]
Development Update: Tuesday, May 4
Updates include: The CW's "Nikita," NBC's "Outsourced" near series commitments; Kurtwood Smith joins "Team Spitz" at CBS; and Samuel L. Jackson, Neil LaBute to develop Showtime drama.

[02/08/10 - 06:52 PM]
Development Update: Monday, February 8
Updates include: "Friday Night Lights" alums land pilots; Michael Chiklis to be part of ABC's "No Ordinary Family"; and Daniel Dae Kim stays in "Hawaii" for CBS.

[01/09/10 - 10:41 AM]
CBS Declares "Three Rivers" Dead
Plus: Nina Tassler gives her comments on Jay Leno, Charlie Sheen, the future of "NUMB3RS" and more.

[12/10/09 - 06:13 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, December 10
Updates include: Bret McKenzie, Jemaine Clement nix season three of HBO's "Conchords"; ABC imports "The Six"; and Alfre Woodard joins TNT's "Delta Blues."

[11/30/09 - 03:27 PM]
CBS Program Advisory for Sundays, Effective DeC. 6
The Eye has pulled "Three Rivers" while "Cold Case" is permanently moving to Sundays at 9:00/8:00c.

[11/16/09 - 04:01 PM]
Cold Case, "Three Rivers" to Swap on November 22
The one-time-only stunt is designed to see how "Rivers" fares in the 10:00/9:00c hour versus its current 9:00/8:00c home.

[11/10/09 - 10:32 AM]
Nominations Announced for People's Choice Awards 2010 to Be Hosted by Queen Latifah JaN. 6 on the CBS Television Network
"CSI," "Grey's Anatomy," "House," "Lost" and "NCIS" are up for best drama while "Desperate Housewives," "How I Met Your Mother," "The Big Bang Theory," "The Office" and "Two and a Half Men" are nominated for best comedy.

[11/10/09 - 10:19 AM]
ABC Claims the 3 of the Week's Top 4 Scripted TV Series in Adults 18-49
ABC spins the numbers for the week of November 2-8.

[10/20/09 - 03:13 PM]
CBS Adds Second Run of Nfl-Delayed "Three Rivers," "Cold Case"
A 75-minute NFL overrun pushed "Rivers's" start time to 10:15 PM ET.

[10/20/09 - 11:28 AM]
CBS's 2009-2010 Winning Streak Continues
CBS spins the numbers for the week of October 12-18.

[10/20/09 - 10:42 AM]
ABC Takes Second in Total Viewers and Across Key Women Demos
ABC spins the numbers for the week of October 12-18.

[10/19/09 - 10:20 AM]
ABC Outdraws FOX's Sunday Lineup by 4.0 Million Viewers
ABC spins the numbers for Sunday, October 18.

[10/14/09 - 09:36 AM]
Emmy and Tony Award Winner, and Real-Life Double Cornealtransplant Recipent Mandy Patinkin to Guest Star on "Three Rivers"
Patinkin plays Victor, "an ALS patient who asks to be to taken off of life support following a car crash, so that his organs can be used to save others."

[10/13/09 - 10:52 AM]
ABC Takes Second for the Week in Total Viewers and Key Demos
ABC spins the numbers the week of October 5-11.

[10/06/09 - 10:33 AM]
ABC Finishes a Strong No. 2 to an Nfl-Overrun-Inflated FOX in Adults 18-49
ABC spins the numbers for the week of September 28-October 4.

[10/06/09 - 09:59 AM]
Sunday Night Football 4 for 4 on Sunday Nights
NBC spins the numbers for Sunday, October 4.

[10/05/09 - 10:31 AM]
Afv Opens Its 20th TV Season with Its Biggest Audience in Over 6 Months
ABC spins the numbers for Sunday, October 4.

[10/01/09 - 12:38 PM]
CBS and Its New Medical Series "Three Rivers" Partner with Donate Life America
Among the joint marketing initiatives are a "CBS Cares" PSA, digital ads in DMVs throughout the country, the mass distribution of Donate Life awareness bracelets, and social networking outreach.

[09/21/09 - 11:25 AM]
CBS Bumps New "Three Rivers" Pilot, Second Episode to Air First
The show's second episode, "Place of Life," will now serve as its premiere on Sunday, October 4 at 9:00/8:00c.

[08/19/09 - 01:56 PM]
CBS Unveils the First-Ever Use of Video in a Print Advertisement to Promote the Network's New Fall Programming and Its Exclusive New Partner, Pepsico's Pepsi Max
The revolutionary VIP (Video-in-Print) technology will be packaged in a print ad spread in the Fall TV preview issue of Entertainment Weekly.

[08/18/09 - 01:26 PM]
CBS Fall Preview, a Primetime Special Hosted by the Cast of the Hit Network Comedy Series "How I Met Your Mother," Will Be Broadcast Wednesday, SepT. 2, 8:30-9:00 Pm, ET/PT on the CBS Television Network
This CBS fall preview offering has been an annual tradition since 2004.

[07/29/09 - 09:20 AM]
Four-Time Emmy Award and Three-Time Screen Actors Guild Award Winner Alfre Woodard to Join the Cast of "Three Rivers"
She'll take over for Julia Ormond as Dr. Sophia Jordan, "a brilliant surgeon at the top of her field and head of surgery for the hospital."

[07/20/09 - 06:25 PM]
Development Update: Monday, July 20
Updates include: Sean Bean to topline HBO's "Game of Thrones"; Amber Clayton joins CBS's "Three Rivers"; and Padma Lakshmi gets into the comedy business with NBC.

[06/30/09 - 08:34 AM]
The Futon's First Look: "Three Rivers" (CBS)

[06/24/09 - 11:54 AM]
CBS Announces 2009-2010 Premiere Dates
All of its series will return September 21-27, save for "Survivor" (September 17) and "Three Rivers" (October 4).

[06/02/09 - 06:10 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, June 2
Updates include: "Three Rivers" executive producer Carol Barbee inks an overall deal with CBS Television Studios.

[05/28/09 - 06:22 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, May 28
Updates include: Freddie Prinze Jr. books a role on FOX's "24"; Shed Media to produce NBC's "The Marriage Ref"; and networks begin recasting their newcomers.

[05/21/09 - 12:58 PM]
CBS Television Studios to Supply 27 Shows for Broadcast and Cable Networks in 2009-2010 Season
The lineup includes 19 series returning from last season.

[05/20/09 - 01:08 PM]
CBS 2009/2010 Preview: Upfront Trailers
Watch trailers for all of CBS's new series!

[05/20/09 - 06:57 AM]
CBS Announces 2009-2010 Primetime Schedule
It's here: CBS announces its 2009-10 season plans!

[05/19/09 - 08:40 AM]
Unit Out at Cbs, "House Rules" Staffing
CBS has pulled the plug on its Sunday drama "The Unit."

[05/18/09 - 09:27 AM]
CBS Confirms Six Newcomers
The Jenna Elfman-led comedy "Accidentally on Purpose" and the reality entry "Undercover Boss" are among the latest pickups.

[05/17/09 - 03:42 PM]
CBS to Keep "Case," "Rules"; Adds Two More Dramas
Drama pilots "Miami Trauma" and "U.S. Attorney" have been approved to start making staffing offers.

[05/16/09 - 03:24 PM]
Cbs, the CW Begin Staffing Dramas
"Three Rivers," "The Good Wife" and the "NCIS" spin-off appear to be a go at CBS, as do "Melrose Place" and "Vampire Diaries" at The CW.

[04/10/09 - 06:05 PM]
Development Update: Friday, April 10
Updates include: TNT cancels "Trust Me"; Showtime passes on all of its pilots; and a dozen directors land pilot duty.

[03/26/09 - 06:08 PM]
Development Update: Thursday, March 26
Updates include: Donald Sutherland to play patriarch on CBS's "The Eastmans"; Paul Wesley lands the male lead on The CW's "The Vampire Diaries"; and Joy Suprano has "100 Questions" at NBC.

[03/23/09 - 06:12 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 23
Updates include: Holt McCallany to topline FX's "Lights Out"; Amanda Bynes to get "Canned" for ABC; and Peter Krause and Maura Tierney report for "Parenthood" at NBC.

[03/18/09 - 06:45 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, March 18
Updates include: NBC orders "The Sing Off"; Kyle Bornheimer gets a "Threesome" at ABC; and Alfre Woodard joins FOX's "Maggie Hill."

[03/17/09 - 06:27 PM]
Development Update: Tuesday, March 17
Updates include: Sam Neill moves to ABC's "Happy Town"; quartet set for ABC's "Limelight"; and Alex O'Loughlin in talks to join "Three Rivers" at CBS.

[03/09/09 - 06:11 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 9
Updates include: Ashlee Simpson-Wentz reports to The CW's "Melrose Place"; A&E orders "Runaway Squad" to series; and the latest wave of casting news.

[03/02/09 - 06:49 PM]
Development Update: Monday, March 2
Updates include: Melissa George and Teri Polo land CBS pilots; a quartet joins NBC's "Day One"; and "Sarah Silverman" producers balk at Comedy Central's budget cuts.

[02/11/09 - 06:27 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, February 11
Updates include: Nicollette Sheridan to depart "Desperate Housewives"; ABC adds six comedy pilots; and FX orders two dramas.

[02/06/09 - 06:43 PM]
Development Update: Friday, February 6
Updates include: Jerry Springer leaves NBC's "Got Talent"; "Burn Notice's" Jeffrey Donovan gets a raise; and two medical dramas get the green light from CBS.

[01/14/09 - 06:41 PM]
Development Update: Wednesday, January 14
Updates include: Rhea Seehorn to topline FOX's "Eva Adams"; early contenders emerge for pilot season; and TCA updates from CBS and Showtime.

10/4/09 - 7/3/10
canceled/ended (2009-2010 season)
completed airing its current season
1 (13 episodes, 0 of which have yet to air)
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confirmed as canceled on 1/9/10
(from CBS's press release, August 2009) THREE RIVERS is a medical drama starring Alex O'Loughlin ("Moonlight," upcoming CBS Films "The Back-Up Plan") that goes inside the emotionally complex lives of organ donors, the recipients and the surgeons at the preeminent transplant hospital in the country, where every moment counts. However, dealing with donor families in their darkest hour and managing the fears and concerns of apprehensive recipients takes much more than just a sharp scalpel. Leading the elite team is Dr. Andy Yablonski, the highly-skilled workaholic lead organ transplant surgeon, whose good-natured personality and sarcastic wit makes him popular with his patients and colleagues. His co-workers include Dr. Miranda Foster, a surgical fellow with a rebellious streak and fiery temper who strives to live up to her deceased father's excellent surgical reputation; Dr. David Lee, a womanizing surgical resident who has broken as many hearts as he has replaced; Ryan Abbott, the inexperienced new transplant coordinator who arranges the intricately choreographed process of quickly and carefully transporting organs from donor to patient; Dr. Sophia Jordan, a brilliant surgeon at the top of her field and the head of surgery for the hospital, who has trained throughout the world, which gives her an extremely diverse point of view; Pam Acosta, Andy's no-nonsense operating assistant and best friend; and Dr. Lisa Reed, an E.R. doctor who is haunted by her past and compensates by doing everything she can to spare her patients from the pain she experienced at an early age. In this high stakes arena in which every case is a race against the clock, these tenacious surgeons and medical professionals are the last hope for their patients.
· Alex O'Loughlin as Andy Yablonski
· Alfre Woodard as Sophia Jordon
· Amber Clayton as Lisa Reed
· Christopher J. Hanke as Ryan Abbott
· Daniel Henney as David Lee
· Justina Machado as Pam Acosta
· Katherine Moennig as Miranda Foster
· Carol Barbee as EP
· Carol Barbee as WRTR (Pilot)
· Dan Attias as DIR (Original Pilot)
· David Amann as EP
· Frank Military as CO-EP
· Greg Walker as CP
· Ildy Modrovich as CO-EP
· Lance Gentile as CP
· Randy Sutter as PROD/UPM
· Rob Bailey as CO-EP
· Rob Bailey as DIR (Pilot)
· Steve Boman as PROD
· Sunil Nayar as CP
· Ted Babcock as CO-PROD
· Ted Gold as EP
· drama
· CBS Television Studios
· Fixed Mark Productions