Siberia Exclusive Preview Video: Huntress Irene Becomes the Terrified Prey

To paraphrase an old Elvis Presley lyric, “She’s caught in a trap. She can’t walk out.”

That certainly describes the predicament faced by Irene on next Monday’s installment of Siberia (10/9c on NBC) — the spooky scripted series about a Survivor-esque competition going horribly wrong.

Last week, the castaways confirmed there’s at least some producer manipulation going on thanks to Carolina admitting she’d been in cahoots with producers to burn down the food shed and blame Johnny in the process. But could the men behind the curtain really responsible for the horror that befalls Irene (aka the only contestant who’s capable of using the bow and arrow to hunt for food)?

Press play below for a sneak peek at Irene’s crisis — and how her comrades handle the situation, then share your thoughts.

Is someone other than the producers tormenting the players? Will Irene make it out of Siberia alive? Sound off in the comments!

Comments are monitored, so don’t go off topic, don’t frakkin’ curse and don’t bore us with how much your coworker’s sister-in-law makes per hour. Talk smart about TV!

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  1. Dean says:

    Does anyone have an idea about whether or not NBC are a fan of this show? I checked out the ratings and it looks like one of those great shows that may end up getting cancelled. Does anyone know anything about that, or whether it’s a one season series? I’m hoping for more of this.

    • CJ says:

      The ratings are pretty weak, and it’s up against Under The Dome which wasn’t a great decision. I kind of hope that it’s supposed to be a one-off (which I believe it is) and it will wrap up nicely in the end, because I’m not really holding out hope that it will return next summer. It was independently financed so NBC is probably airing it very cheaply, so we should at least be able to see the whole season. I’ve certainly been enjoying it a lot more than I expected to.