Riviera Season 1
Riviera season 1 started airing on Thursday, June 15, 2017. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S1E10 In the Sight of All
The season consists of 10 episodes.
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The Curious Case Of A Florida Man Who Called Politicians Corrupt, Got Thrown In Jail - via Npr
Oddly, it's not Lozman's first trip to the nation's highest court. Five years ago, the financial trader won his first case against the city of Riviera Beach when the city seized his floating home to make room for a harbor redevelopment. Today's case could affect a lot more people.
Three people injured, one person killed by gunfire in Riviera Beach - via Wptv
Police said someone in a black Nissan, also linked to the first shooting, pulled up to a home and got out of the car. Then, police said that person shot a man sitting in his car, killing him. Two people inside the garage were also shot.
Bubba Watson leading down the homestretch at Riviera - by Dawgsports
The other, Bubba Watson, however, finds himself with a one-shot lead at ten under par headed into the final round. Watson played in the NBA All-Star celebrity game Friday night. He then came out blazing on Saturday, shooting a 65 that included an eagle on his first hole. Maybe he should get Mutombo’d by Tracy McGrady more often.
Dustin Johnson's usual weekend form at Riviera allows him to climb into contention at the Genesis Open - via Golfdigest
Johnson added two more birdies on Nos. 3 and 4, holing a 32-footer from off the green on the latter, and another two at 6 and 7 before making a good par save on the eighth, where he found the rough off the tee, missed the green left and still got up-and-down.
Bubba Watson leads at Riviera, with Dustin Johnson (64) coming on strong - according to Latimes
Then Dustin Johnson channeled his inner Michael Phelps, furiously stroking his way toward the front of the pack, and astonishingly, set himself up to make a run at successfully defending his title when the final lap is held Sunday.
Georgina is newly married to billionaire Constantine Clios when he is killed in a yacht explosion. She is shocked to discover the fortune that maintained his immaculate, ever-so-tasteful lifestyle is tainted with dishonesty, double-dealing, crime, and ultimately murder.Helped by Constantine's first wife, Georgina will undergo an education in lying, double-dealing, outright theft and shocking criminality. She has to learn fast to maintain the Clios mansion and save the family from its enemies and from itself. Hiding her bloodstained fingers inside Chanel gloves, she soon reveals herself to be an A-plus student in the brutal art of survival.
Riviera is the latest big budget show to be brought to us by Sky Atlantic, and it is also the latest show to not really deliver all that was promised. I’ve got to be honest and say that I’m not entirely sure how to feel about it. It started well, but then it dipped, only to pick up again with two episodes <...> - according to ReadySteadyCut [Kira Comerford]
CANNES — “Riviera” couldn’t have had a more appropriate setting for its world premiere: The slick, satisfying Sky Atlantic drama debuted at the MipTV conference, in front of an industry audience that very likely appreciated its carefully calibrated international appeal. There’s nothing <...> - via Variety [Maureen Ryan]
And like the other characters in the series, she will change over the episodes and show other sides of her: “She is a strong head but at the same time, she is a girl who had always everything. With money, you can be unpleasant because you always have what you want because you buy it, or in any case, people respect <...> - via Bulles de Culture - Season 1 [Jean-Christophe Nurbel]
Even before the opening ad-break, Constantine and the super-yacht have been blown sky-high and Georgina’s life is turned upside-down. She grieves, genuinely and deeply, for her late husband. But her problems are only beginning. It’s exceedingly well-crafted soap, certainly. The programme is beautifully filmed – <...> - via Irish Independent [Darragh McManus]
The 10-part series certainly had head-turning credentials. Created by Oscar winner Neil Jordan and co-written by Booker Prize winner John Banville, the script should have soared but was disappointingly pedestrian. It aimed for hard-boiled noir but landed in Footballers’ Wives territory. <...> - per Daily Telegraph (UK) [Michael Hogan]