“This kind of a crime is just unheard of.” Oxygen just announced the premiere date for their new TV show, Killer Motive.
Hosted by Stephanie Gosk and Troy Roberts, the docuseries “will uncover dark and twisted motives, from vengeance to jealousy to greed that led to gruesome killings.”
Killer Motive debuts on Oxygen on August 25th at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
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NEW YORK, NY – June 17, 2019 – Oxygen will premiere a new eight-episode series “Killer Motive,” from the producers of NBC’s Dateline, and hosted by two award-winning journalists, NBC News correspondent Stephanie Gosk and Emmy Award winner Troy Roberts on Sunday, August 25 at 7pm ET/PT. Each hour-long episode will uncover dark and twisted motives, from vengeance to jealousy to greed that led to gruesome killings.
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Erich Schuett and Olivia Hadad, who appeared in the musical “Zombie Prom” at the Vineyard Theatre in NYC, have now made their first recording together–Chip Deffaa’s “A Stage-Door Kind of Love,” being released March 30th. The recording, which will be available Saturday from CDBaby, iTunes, Amazon, etc., may be pre-ordered here: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/erichschuett1.
Written, arranged, and produced by ASCAP Award-winner Chip Deffaa, the musical sketch “A Stage-Door Kind of Love,” presents–through music and words–the relationship of two teens who’ve grown close together at summer theater-camp. Deffaa notes: “It’s inspired by Stagedoor Manor, which is, along with French Woods, one of the two best theater camps in the world.
Olivia Hadad has actually attended the camp–as have assorted pros who’ve been in plays I’ve written and directed, or on recordings I’ve produced. A lot of talented people I know–from singer/actor Beau Cassidy to one of
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Time is of the essence in the intricately multilayered puzzle of True Detective’s mesmerizing third season, a return to form for creator Nic Pizzolatto. Curbing his tendency toward the loopy dialogue and mopey metaphysics that made 2015’s pretentious second installment feel like a self-parody, he puts story and character first in this long-awaited comeback season.
And what a character is Wayne Hays, a brooding Arkansas state detective haunted over three decades by a crime that shaped his life and career. Played with a simmering, festering intensity and sorrow by Oscar winner Mahershala Ali (Moonlight), Wayne is besieged by ghosts, literal and symbolic, when a true-crime TV producer puts him on camera in 2015. The goal: to recall the tragedy involving two small-town kids who went missing back in 1980 and what happened a decade later, when the case was fatefully reopened in 1990 following a startling twist.
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Hell hath no fury like a woman wrongfully imprisoned. In the new drama Proven Innocent, Madeline Scott (Rachelle Lefevre) is a Chicago defense attorney on a mission to exonerate people convicted of crimes they didn’t commit.
Her crusade isn’t driven solely by a desire to see justice served: When she was 18, Madeline and her older brother, Levi (Riley Smith), were found guilty of murdering their friend Rosemary Lynch (Casey Tutton). The siblings spent 10 years behind bars before their verdict was overturned and they were freed. Now, Madeline is determined to spare other innocent victims. Sounds like we’re teed up for a triumphant tale of redemption, no?
Plus, ‘The Masked Singer,’ ‘The Passage’ and more.
There’s just one obstacle: Gore Bellows (Kelsey
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A selective critical checklist of notable Tuesday TV:
Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (8/7c, PBS, check local listings at pbs.org): Having traced the history of the Targaryens in his exhaustive Fire Blood tome, George R.R. Martin subjects his own family tree to the scrutiny of Henry Louis Gates, Jr., as the genealogy series returns for a compelling fifth season. Also learning new facts about his family’s history: Andy Samberg, who’s having quite the busy week, hosting the Golden Globes (ineffectually) on Sunday and returning for a sixth season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine (to much better effect) on NBC Thursday.
FX’s ‘Fosse/Verdon,’ Amazon Prime Video’s ‘Hanna,’ and more.
Good Trouble (8/7c, Freeform): The spinoff of The Fosters follows sisters Callie
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