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The maritime murders that take place in a lawless world on the high seas where jealousy, greed and rage rise to the surface.

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aired 14 days ago
Two couples arrive on the same remote and uninhabited island in the Pacific looking for paradise, but only one couple leaves; the FBI deciphers what happened years later.
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Retirees Malcolm and Lindy Robertson leave their family behind to sail the open seas together; Lindy eventually learns to love Malcolm's dream of sailing to Thailand, but paradise soon turns into an unfathomable nightmare.
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Serena Karlan is ecstatic to join her boyfriend, Bison Dele, a retired NBA basketball player, aboard his catamaran, then his estranged brother surfaces.
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Lake Erie is home to more than 2,000 shipwrecks mostly due to it's shallow bottom; local fisherman Chris Leclair navigates a double life which proves just as treacherous; he gets caught up in a net of lies after his wife uncovers his dark secret.
aired 133 days ago
When Jeff Skelton hears rumors of infidelity, he will do whatever it takes to keep his family from being pulled apart.
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Kelley Branam's husband, Jake, is a charter boat captain with high aspirations; Jake works long hours to support his family, but Kelley's suspicions run deep; out of the blue, she decides to join Jake on a charter, and she is never heard from again.
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Florence and Mark Unger love nothing more than vacationing at the lake with their two boys; life is perfect until a sports injury pulls Mark into the depths of painkiller addiction; to keep her family afloat, Florence does whatever is necessary.
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After a whirlwind romance, newlywed Karen leaves everything behind to start a dream life on the water with husband David; the dream soon turns into a nightmare as David's true colors emerge, and Karen has nowhere to run.
aired 300 days ago
Newlyweds seeking adventure set sail on a trip around the world; the honeymoon comes crashing to reality for Don when he heads to the one remote island where a serial killer could be in hiding.

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