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Tamron Hall returns to TV with new season of ‘Deadline: Crime’

Tamron Hall’s abrupt departure from MSNBC in February left many supporters of the Temple alum wondering what her next step would be after a decade of stellar work with the network.

Details of a new daytime talk show surfaced in July after The Weinstein Co. announced Hall would become the host of a live studio show focused on a mix of current events, human interest stories and interviews. The untitled show remains in development with no current timetable in place for a premiere.

But for those who have missed Hall’s award-winning work, the wait is finally over. Investigation Discovery will premiere the fifth season of “Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall” on

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ID’s Hit Forensic Series THE CORONER: I SPEAK FOR THE DEAD Returns for Season 2


ID's Hit Forensic Series THE CORONER: I SPEAK FOR THE DEAD Returns for Season 2

They say that death is in the details, and coroner Graham Hetrick knows this to be true. In Investigation Discovery’s THE CORONER: I SPEAK FOR THE DEAD, Hetrick shares the most compelling homicide cases from his 26 years as the Coroner of Dauphin County, Pa. It’s Hetrick’s job to administer the medical legal death investigation process, enabling homicide detectives to fully reveal the story of how and why someone died. Through complex forensic analysis, he and his team uncover the SECRETS that every body holds, providing information crucial to solving homicide cases and giving a voice to those who can no longer speak. Hetrick returns with more clues to unravel in the 10-episode second season of THE CORONER: I SPEAK FOR THE DEAD, premiering Monday, July 17 at

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‘Disappeared’ Returns:100th Episode, New Season With Perplexing Missing-Persons Cases

“Disappeared” the hit series on Investigation Discovery returns Sunday night March 26 at 10 p.m. The season premiere also happens to be the 100th episode of the series. It continues to shine a light on missing-persons cases and attempts to answer the question: In this age when everyone has a digital footprint, how can anyone truly disappear?

The season is packed with 13 new cases, full of interviews with the families who have yet to get closure and members of law enforcement who worked the cases. To highlight them there are dramatic reenactments of the final days/hours of the persons who disappeared.

One of the stories presented is that of Zachary Bernhardt. The eight year-old boy vanished in 2000 from his family’s home in Florida. Investigation Discovery, in partnership with the National Center for Missing Exploited Children, will use the episode to help commemorate National Missing Children’s day (May 25).  Information

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TRUE CRIME NETWORK INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY’S HIT SERIES "DISAPPEARED" RETURNS FOR AN EIGHTH …

TRUE CRIME NETWORK INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY’S HIT SERIES “DISAPPEARED” RETURNS FOR AN EIGHTH SEASON, PREMIERING WITH MILESTONE 100TH EPISODE

— To Commemorate “National Missing Children’s Day” in May, ID Partners with the
National Center for Missing Exploited Children to Bring Attention to
the Case of Zachary Bernhardt —

(Silver Spring, Md.) – In an age when just about everyone has a digital footprint and technology seems to track our every move, it should be impossible for anyone to completely disappear without a trace. Yet new missing-persons cases continue to leave authorities searching for clues and families desperate for help. Investigation Discovery’s (ID) hit series DISAPPEARED is back, following the evidence trail of 13 new cases and featuring heartfelt interviews with law enforcement and loved ones, along with dramatic reenactments of the

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Dauphin Co. coroner’s forensic TV show returns

Dauphin County Coroner Graham Hetrick investigates the 2007 murder of Darlene Ewalt for a new Investigation Discovery TV series “The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead.” The case also includes the 2007 slashing of York County woman Patricia Brooks.
Courtesy of Investigation Discovery

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Supergirl returns, along with a little Adventure

Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Monday, January 23. All times are Eastern.

Top picks

Adventure Time (Cartoon Network, 7:30/7:45 p.m.): Adventure Time is back for its eighth and penultimate season with a week of new episodes, starting with tonight’s “Two Swords” and “Do No Harm.” In the former: “Finn and Jake contend with a mysterious, but familiar, new being.” In the latter:

Just kidding: “Finn makes amends at the Candy Hospital while Jake tries to connect with their unexpected houseguest.” Is the “unexpected houseguest” possibly a monkey that’s been known to eat its young? Hopefully Oliver Sava’s review has all the answers.

Supergirl (The CW, 8 p.m.): Tonight, Supergirl returns with the episode “Supergirl Lives.” Sorry, the show is obviously saving “Supergirl Returns” for a later date. Roulette (Dichen Lachman) is back, and this time, she’s trafficking humans on a planet called Slaver’s Moon. Clearly, this is a job

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The hunt continues; Iberville-centered ‘Killing Fields’ returns for second season Tuesday

It’s about closure, Leslie Bradford says.

A detective with the Iberville Parish Sheriff’s Office for four years, Bradford is one of the investigators featured on Discovery Channel’s “Killing Fields.” The network’s first true crime series returns for a second season Tuesday night.

“It’s been a good experience,” Bradford says, “and hopefully this show will bring some light to cold cases, and families and people in the community have hope that these older cases can be solved.”

Last season, “Killing Fields,” which focuses on remote areas across the country where killers stash their victims, shadowed one reopened case: the 1997 murder of LSU graduate student Eugenie Boisfontaine.

Boisfontaine, 34, was found dead in Bayou Manchac in Iberville Parish that August. She had a skull fracture. Two months earlier, a jogger had found the missing woman’s driver’s license and credit cards on a path near the LSU lakes in Baton Rouge, where she often walked and

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‘Killing Fields’ Season 2: Show Returns Jan. 3, What About Eugenie …

Killing Fields

Fans of Discovery’s Killing Fields were left with even more questions than the Detectives of Iberville Parish when the show’s first season ended without a killer in custody for the cold case murder of Eugenie Boisfontaine, but now, they may get to see a conclusion to the case when the show returns for season 2.

The series is headed back to Discovery on Jan. 3 with all-new episodes, and will once again see Detectives Rodie Sanchez and Aubrey St. Angelo, as well as the others, all once again revisiting the case of Eugenie’s unsolved murder, but also having to shift their focus to other cases as well.

 In a preview clip for the new season, both men still seem to be struggling with the fact that they haven’t been able to find Eugenie’s killer, especially Rodie, who has devoted the better

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‘Killing Fields’ Season 2: Show Returns Jan. 3, What About Eugenie Boisfontaine Is Putting ‘Claws’ In Rodie & Aubrey …

Killing Fields
Fans of Discovery’s Killing Fields were left with even more questions than the Detectives of Iberville Parish when the show’s first season ended without a killer in custody for the cold case murder of Eugenie Boisfontaine, but now, they may get to see a conclusion to the case when the show returns for season 2.

The series is headed back to Discovery on Jan. 3 with all-new episodes, and will once again see Detectives Rodie Sanchez and Aubrey St. Angelo, as well as the others, all once again revisiting the case of Eugenie’s unsolved murder, but also having to shift their focus to other cases as well.

In a preview clip for the new season, both men still seem to be struggling with the fact that they haven’t been able to find Eugenie’s killer, especially Rodie, who has devoted the better part of his

Read more at: http://www.enstarz.com/articles/183061/20161230/killing-fields-season-2-show-returns-jan-3-what-about-eugenie-boisfontaine-is-putting-claws-in-rodie-aubreys-backs-video.htm

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