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"Wrecked" turns strangers fighting for survival somewhere in the Pacific into a laughing matter. The single-camera, half-hour sitcom begins with a daring, and ultimately failed, rescue attempt after a commercial flight crash-lands on an uninhabited island. Now unplugged from the rest of the world, a diverse group of survivors struggles to navigate their makeshift society while also learning to live without such modern comforts as indoor plumbing, cellphones, social media, and fast-food restaurants at every corner.

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Attempting to hide from the others during The Hunt, Pack and Jess run into a new threat on the island.
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Hunt Day arrives and the survivors must face off against each other in a battle royale to the death.
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On the eve of The Hunt, Martha offers to the survivors one last meal of their choosing -- as long as they can all decide together.
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After Jess loses her recollection of the last decade, Todd attempts to spark her memory; Steve and Declan face off in a battle of wits.
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Jess and Todd try to buy passage on the pirate's ship through unconventional means; Owen starts to have feelings for Florence as Steve grapples with his new love.
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Owen and Florence deal with the return of a deadly foe; Todd makes a haunting discovery about his past after trying to fist fight Chet.
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Todd adjusts to a life of solitude; Pack finds other crash survivors; the island makes a discovery that could change everything.
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As the ship sinks, the survivors try to escape.
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Danny launches an investigation after the survivors discover someone has sabotaged the ship by blowing up the engine; Steve makes a shocking discovery at the bottom of the ship.
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After Todd and Jess decide to get married, Florence and Owen struggle to define their new romance; Casey returns to officiate the wedding; Pack and Steve make a discovery that threatens to tear them apart.
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After making it onto the pirate's ship (a Red Hot Chili Peppers tribute band cruise), the survivors divide after only some of them get showers; Pack and Bruce form an unlikely friendship.
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After discovering the pirate's plan to harvest their organs, the survivors try to escape the island; Karen makes a difficult decision that echoes a moment from her past.
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After something taints the water upstream, Florence and Karen hike into the jungle to find the source; the others debate whether they want the pirates to spoil "Game of Thrones"; Steve strikes up an unlikely romance.
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After the pirates decide to stay on the island, Pack tries to negotiate a truce; Steve pitches Danny on a new business venture.
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The newly arrived pirates try to ransom Danny while marooning the others; Steve tries to make amends for murdering a survivor.
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Barricaded in the mansion and surrounded by the rich, the survivors mount one last attempt to escape Declan's island.
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The survivors attempt to turn the tables on the rich and lure them into a trap.
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With Karen gravely injured, Owen and Danny must journey to the center of the island to defeat Chettywompwomp; Florence learns more about Karen's back story; Pack, Todd and Jess face a futile task.
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After discovering Declan's sinister plot, Danny goes under cover with the rich, while Pack and Karen attempt to escape the compound.
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After a charismatic millionaire rescues the survivors, Jess and Florence suspect he may not be who he seems, and set out to answer the question: who is Declan Stanwick?
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After surviving the explosion and washing ashore on a new island, the survivors uncover a menacing threat.

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