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The Reaping

It premiered on Feb 22, 2017, on Amazon Prime. The series has 6.6 * rating by IMDb. Winner of the Award of Excellence, Honorable Mention, Gold Award, Platinum Reel Award.


How Many Seasons Are In The Reaping: 1 (7 episodes)

Season 2

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Season 1

Season premieres on February 22, 2017

Amazon Prime, 7 episodes

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The Reaping is on Amazon Prime () Tuesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S1E3 (Scattered Seeds) - Air Date: Feb 22, 2017 (3 years ago)

News & Interviews

VIDEO: Two brave souls hilariously struggle through "Scarecrow: The Reaping" at Halloween Horror Nights - Inside the Magic - via Insidethemagic

Halloween Horror Nights offers an ominous description of “Scarecrow: The Reaping.” “At a long-abandoned Depression-era farm, vengeance takes root, and the only harvest that will be reaped is you.”

The Reaping Has Ended! See What The Cast Of 'The Hunger Games' Is Up To Now - - by Hollywood

That’s it! One (1) winner will be chosen at random and will be contacted via Direct Message (DM) on Twitter, so you MUST be following us in order to win. Please note that winners MUST have valid US mailing address.

Review: The Reaping Could Be The 11th Plague - First Showing - by Firstshowing

Sudanese people are depicted as having sacrificed this missionary's family and then in the end the character calls them a weak, godless people (or at least the perpetrator but the message is pretty clear). i'm getting so tired of hollywood's/this general misrepresentation of people in africa/asia/s. america as either being backward savages or alternative spiritual gurus. While it is true that the Louisiana townspeople are depicted as human sacrificing devil worshippers (a point that someone should also probably address), they are however shown as the exception, the deviation in a society that american viewers hopefully have a close and intimate knowledge about. With the continued perpetuation of these outrageously antiquated and bigoted stereotypes of people from poor, usually developing, nations as something so negative and extreme, I cannot help but fear that the reason this continues to take place is that people, having seen this repeated so many times, have begun to believe them. What is the movie trying to say? That we, as kind-hearted Americans, intervene on the behalf of halfwitted developing nations for their own good, only it's their backwardness that is to blame for our failure?


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