The Intellectual Property Corporation is bolstering its creative executive team following its recent acquisition by Industrial Media. Eli Holzman and Aaron Saidman, CEO and President, respectively, of Industrial Media, have made a series of new executive appointments at the TV production company behind such series as the Emmy-winning Leah Remini: Scientology the Aftermath.
Leah Hariton and Erin Gamble will head up IPC’s Current Programming department serving respectively as EVP and SVP, while Matt Shanfield joins the company as SVP of Development. In addition, Tobey List has been tapped as VP of Current Programming, Matt Zien has been promoted to VP of Development, Hoo In Kim has joined as Director of Current Programming, Alecia Ashby is set as Director of Production, Steve Erdman has been promoted to Director of Development, Matt Horowitz has joined the company as Manager
“Monday Night Football,” Rams at Raiders (7:15 p.m. PT, ESPN): The Jon Gruden 2.0 era in Oakland begins as the fiery coach returns to the sidelines in the regular-season opener at the Coliseum. The Raiders are trying to bounce back from last year’s disappointing 6-10 record, but they won’t have it easy. The Rams compiled an 11-5 record en route to winning the NFC West title last season. It will be a battle of California-bred quarterbacks as Oakland’s Derek Carr (Fresno State) goes against Jared Goff (Cal), making a return to the East Bay. In the earlier game, the Lions host the Jets. (4:10 p.m. PT, ESPN).
Carrie Underwood today announced on Instagram she is pregnant with her second child.
She is married to hockey play Mike Fisher. Their first child Isaiah is three.
She recently talked about wanting more kids with Redbook: “I’m 35, so we may have missed our chance to have a big family,” she said”We always talk about adoption and about doing it when our child or children are a little older.”
For nearly three decades, Danny J. Agan enforced the law in Atlanta, Ga., including conducting homicide investigations in a city at one time considered the murder capital of the nation.
Of all the cases Agan worked, it was the investigation of a serial rapist that became one of the most memorable and haunting of his career. It involved a perpetrator who manipulated victims and, in one instance, seemed to taunt the police face-to-face.
Agan, a Texarkana native who lived here the first dozen years of his life, rose through the ranks to retire in 2003 as the Atlanta Police Department homicide commander.
In his long and storied career, he was a high profile, fedora-wearing presence, often appearing on TV to give press briefings, and on some level he dealt with 800 murders, whether directly or through his detectives. His job included some early investigative work on cases that involved Wayne Williams, a convicted
Over the course of a quarter century, Danny Agan was the dapper symbol of murder and mayhem on the streets of Atlanta.
As a newbie 25-year-old homicide detective in 1979, Agan donned a fedora because he thought the squad should look sharp and stand out. It set the tone for the unit for decades to come – it was known as the Hat Squad.
Although Agan had a hand in some 800 homicide investigations, it wasn’t a murder that gnawed at him through the years. It was a series of attacks 30 years ago by a serial rapist, crimes that went unsolved for decades until he got the investigation reactivated after his retirement.
“The Bachelorette” (8 p.m., ABC): The end is near. Tonight, Becca and her three smitten suitors travel to the jungle paradise of Chiang Mai, Thailand, where the country’s tropical climate can only match the heat generated by her relationships with Blake, Garrett and Jason. The romantic overnight dates will give Becca the opportunity to spend intimate time with each of the men away from the cameras. However, she still has concerns about each of these bachelors. Will she gain some clarity and come closer to finding her true love? Or will there be more uncertainty and doubt? The three remaining suitors are: Blake, 28, a sales representative from Bailey, Colorado; Garrett, 29, a medical sales representative from Reno, Nevada; and Jason, 29, a senior corporate banker from Buffalo, New York.
“Monster Tag” (8 p.m., Discovery): The Shark Week thrills continue with this special
“Serial Killer With Piers Morgan” (7 p.m., Oxygen): The British journalist hosts this new series takes viewers into maximum-security prisons to explores the minds of the most depraved serial killers. Having never spoken on camera about their crimes until now, each chilling hour centers around Piers’ up-close-and-personal interviews with a killer.
“Bug Juice: My Adventures at Camp” (7:30 p.m., Disney Channel): This unscripted, kid-centric reality series chronicles the outdoor fun, team activities, new friendships and the experience of being away from home for guests at Camp Waziyatah in Maine.
“The Bachelorette” (8 p.m., ABC): Becca’s challenging journey to find love has not been an easy one: Emotions have run high, honesty has been called into question and hearts have been broken. After a tropical trip to The Bahamas, she returns to more uncharted territories: the four hometowns of Blake, Colton, Garrett and Jason. Are all of these men
“The Bachelorette” (8 p.m., ABC): Traveling to the tropical paradise of The Bahamas, Becca focuses on her most important decision to date: Which four of the remaining six men will receive hometown dates? Four roses will be handed out this week on three one-on-one dates and one group date. There will not be a rose ceremony. Those four lucky men will bring Becca home with them to meet their families.
“American Ninja Warrior” (8 p.m., NBC): Minneapolis hosts the next city qualifying round. Competitors will attempt to conquer six obstacles including two new challenges “Double Twister” and “Diamond Dash.” Nina veterans making their return include Meagan Martin, Joe Moravsky, Lance Pekus, Maggi Thorne and Sarah Schoback
“Salvation” (10 p.m., CBS): Loyalties are tested when Grace is asked to lie under
The only thing America loves more than a high profile crime is a TV show that takes us behind the scenes. There’s just something about seeing puzzles pieced together like we’re a part of the game. If that kind of thing gets you hyped up, add tear-jerking confessionals, and Oxygen’s newest true crime drama, The Price of Duty, delivers just that.
But, no one ever things of the true price survivors on both sides of the systems have to pay when cases unfold in front of the world. The Price of Duty follows four detectives as they painfully relive their most haunting cases. With that said, here’s five things we learned from the first four episodes of this season.
Detectives Sometimes Form Bonds with Victim Families
The thing that makes The Price of Duty stand apart is the personal connection it makes to the main detectives of each case. In episode