Monthly Archives: October 2018

Oxygen Media Debuts Real-Time Investigative Special UP AND VANISHED

Oxygen Media Debuts Real-Time Investigative Special UP AND VANISHED

Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, premieres “Up and Vanished,” based on the hit investigative podcast of the same name with over 240 million downloads that put a national spotlight on the small town mystery of Tara Grinstead. The special, premiering Sunday, November 18 at 7PM ET/PT, will focus on the mysterious disappearance of Tara, a Georgia beauty queen and school teacher who went missing in 2005, and where the police investigation is today in the aftermath of Payne’s groundbreaking podcast. For a sneak peek visit: https://www.oxygen.com/up-and-vanished/season-1/videos/up-and-vanished-airs-sunday-november-18th

In this special, Payne Lindsey and his team will pick up where the podcast left off, which was with an investigation that lead to the arrest of two men who plead not guilty and are still awaiting trial.

Read more at: https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Oxygen-Media-Debuts-Real-Time-Investigative-Special-UP-AND-VANISHED-20181030

OXYGEN MEDIA DEBUTS REAL-TIME INVESTIGATIVE SPECIAL "UP AND VANISHED" BASED ON THE POPULAR …

OXYGEN MEDIA DEBUTS REAL-TIME INVESTIGATIVE SPECIAL “UP AND VANISHED” BASED ON THE POPULAR PAYNE LINDSEY PODCAST

PREMIERING SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH AT 7PM ET/PT

NEW YORK, NY – October 30, 2018 – Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, premieres “Up and Vanished,” based on the hit investigative podcast of the same name with over 240 million downloads that put a national spotlight on the small town mystery of Tara Grinstead. The special, premiering Sunday, November 18 at 7PM ET/PT, will focus on the mysterious disappearance of Tara, a Georgia beauty queen and school teacher who went missing in 2005, and where the police investigation is today in the aftermath of Payne’s groundbreaking podcast. For a sneak peek visit: https://www.oxygen.com/up-and-vanished/season-1/videos/up-and-vanished-airs-sunday-november-18th

In this special, Payne Lindsey and his team will pick up

Read more at: http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2018/10/30/oxygen-media-debuts-real-time-investigative-special-up-and-vanished-based-on-the-popular-payne-lindsey-podcast-983512/20181030oxygen01/

Breaking News – "Dogs" Launches Globally on Netflix November 16

Unconditional Love Is a Universal Truth
DOGS Launches Globally on Netflix November 16

netflix.com/DOGS

SERIES SYNOPSIS:

An elegant, engaging and cinematic verite documentary series celebrating the deep emotional bonds between people and their beloved four-legged best friends. The series tracks six incredible stories from across the globe including Syria, Japan, Costa Rica, Italy and the US – each proving that the unconditional love one feels for their dog is a beautiful universal truth. With episodes helmed by critically acclaimed directors including: Academy Award-nominated Amy Berg (Deliver Us From Evil), Academy Award-winning Roger Ross Williams (Life Animated, Music by Prudence), Academy Award-nominated Heidi Ewing (Jesus Camp, One of Us), Emmy Award-winning Richard Hankin (The Jinx) and Academy Award-winners T.J. Martin and Daniel Lindsay (Undefeated), Dogs takes us on an inspirational journey exploring the remarkable, perhaps even magical qualities that have given these animals such a

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Murder case involving Brilliant man is featured on TV show – The Steubenville Herald

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ST. CLAIRSVILLE — A man from Brilliant who was sentenced to life behind bars is being featured on a national TV show.

Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions features David Kinney, who was convicted of aggravated murder in February for the shooting of Brad McGarry at his Bellaire home in 2017. Detective Ryan Allar of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Department was interviewed for the show and said that it was a positive experience.

“You see on TV that Hollywood types are rude. These people were very professional and you could tell that they care about what they do,” Allar said. “They made sure to be sensitive with certain subject matter, especially with the family. Overall, it was a pretty interesting experience.”

Allar said he could tell McGarry was loved deeply when talking to McGarry’s family. He said the show and detectives made sure to represent McGarry’s story in

Read more at: http://www.heraldstaronline.com/news/local-news/2018/10/murder-case-involving-brilliant-man-is-featured-on-tv-show/

Bellaire Murder Featured On Show | News, Sports, Jobs

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A man from Brilliant who was sentenced to life behind bars is being featured on a national TV show.

Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions features David Kinney, who was convicted of aggravated murder in February for the shooting of Brad McGarry at his Bellaire home in 2017. Detective Ryan Allar of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Department was interviewed for the show and said that it was a positive experience.

“You see on TV that Hollywood types are rude. These people were very professional and you could tell that they care about what they do,” Allar said. “They made sure to be sensitive with certain subject matter, especially with the family. Overall, it was a pretty interesting experience.”

Allar said he could tell McGarry was loved deeply when talking to McGarry’s family. He said the show and detectives made sure to represent McGarry’s story in the best

Read more at: http://www.theintelligencer.net/news/community/2018/10/bellaire-murder-featured-on-show/

Bellaire Murder Featured On Show

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A man from Brilliant who was sentenced to life behind bars is being featured on a national TV show.

Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions features David Kinney, who was convicted of aggravated murder in February for the shooting of Brad McGarry at his Bellaire home in 2017. Detective Ryan Allar of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Department was interviewed for the show and said that it was a positive experience.

“You see on TV that Hollywood types are rude. These people were very professional and you could tell that they care about what they do,” Allar said. “They made sure to be sensitive with certain subject matter, especially with the family. Overall, it was a pretty interesting experience.”

Allar said he could tell McGarry was loved deeply when talking to McGarry’s family. He said the show and detectives made sure to represent McGarry’s story in the best

Read more at: http://www.theintelligencer.net/news/community/2018/10/bellaire-murder-featured-on-show/

Bellaire murder case is featured on TV show

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ST. CLAIRSVILLE — A man from Brilliant who was sentenced to life behind bars is being featured on a national TV show.

Oxygen’s Criminal Confessions features David Kinney, who was convicted of aggravated murder in February for the shooting of Brad McGarry at his Bellaire home in 2017. Detective Ryan Allar of the Belmont County Sheriff’s Department was interviewed for the show and said that it was a positive experience.

“You see on TV that Hollywood types are rude. These people were very professional and you could tell that they care about what they do,” Allar said. “They made sure to be sensitive with certain subject matter, especially with the family. Overall, it was a pretty interesting experience.”

Allar said he could tell McGarry was loved deeply when talking to McGarry’s family. He said the show and detectives made sure to represent McGarry’s story

Read more at: http://www.timesleaderonline.com/news/community/2018/10/bellaire-murder-case-is-featured-on-tv-show/

TV picks for Oct. 25: ‘Legacies,’ ‘Heathers,’ ‘Gilda Live’

The beast in me

“Legacies” may be a spinoff of “The Vampire Diaries,” but it seems to get as much inspiration from the “Harry Potter” and “X-Men” franchises. Setting the action in the Salvatore School for the Young and Gifted is a brilliant move, forcing both new and familiar characters to strike a balance between dating, homework and the urge to transform into a werewolf.

8 p.m., WUCW, Ch. 23

Better never than late

For a while it seemed the TV version of “Heathers” would never see the light of day. Originally created for Comedy Central, the show moved over to the Paramount Network, where it sat on the shelf in the wake of a school shooting in Parkland, Fla. Now it’s hitting the air as a five-part miniseries with major edits. Was it worth the wait? The answer is a decisive no. A show that hinges on bullying

Read more at: http://www.startribune.com/tv-picks-for-oct-25-legacies-heathers-gilda-live/498427941/

TV picks for Oct. 24: ‘Super Cats,’ ‘American Humane Hero Dog Awards,’ ‘Wanderlust’

Hello, kitty

In a gentler world, “Super Cats” would take you behind the scenes of that cute kitty playing piano on YouTube. Instead, this “Nature” miniseries is the latest documentary to use high-tech cameras to capture predators tracking down their prey in the wild. F. Murray Abraham, who won an Oscar for playing Mozart’s tormentor in “Amadeus,” seems a little too delighted to narrate the action.

7 p.m., TPT, Ch. 2

Going to the dogs

If you’re more of a dog person, check out “The American Humane Hero Dog Awards,” hosted by Beth Stern and James Denton, the Chanhassen resident who probably still gets recognized for his role in “Desperate Housewives.” Human presenters include Danielle Fishel, Carrie Ann Inaba, Naomi Judd and Denise Richards.

7 p.m., Hallmark Channel

Read more at: http://www.startribune.com/tv-picks-for-oct-24-super-cats-american-humane-hero-dog-awards-wanderlust/498334811/

Durham’s Crystal Mangum the subject of an episode of true crime series ‘Snapped’

I don’t know how this one slipped past me: Durham’s Crystal Mangum was the subject of a “Snapped” episode on the Oxygen network earlier this month.

Mangum, of course, was the dancer at the center of the Duke Lacrosse scandal from 2006. But “Snapped” is primarily concerned with her 2013 conviction for the murder of her roommate and boyfriend Reginald Daye, who Mangum stabbed in 2011.

The episode features news footage and interviews with Durham Police Department crime scene specialist Al Brown, WRAL crime reporter Amanda Lamb, Raleigh attorney Joseph Cheshire V, friends and family members of Mangum and Daye, and others.

The episode aired on Oct. 7 and has been in reruns, so you can still catch it on TV. But if you can’t wait for the rerun to roll back around, you can watch online at Oxygen. It looks like it will be available online

Read more at: https://www.newsobserver.com/entertainment/article220414750.html