‘Killer Couples’ details motives in Bluffton restaurateur’s murder. Here’s when to watch

The story behind the fatal shooting of popular Bluffton restaurateur Jonathan Cherol — including details about drug arrests, alleged affairs and ruled-out suspects — is being featured on the Oxygen television network’s “Killer Couples.”

Cherol, a 33-year-old who was part owner of Pepper’s Old Town, was shot in the head on the back porch of his home in the early morning hours of Oct. 28, 2015.

In interviews with Bluffton Police Department spokesperson Joy Nelson, Detective Baker Odom and Capt. Joseph Babkiewicz and with Kimberly Smith of the 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office, the episode pieces together a timeline of the night Cherol was killed and the investigation that followed.

The show also includes actual police interrogation footage and reenactments of parts of the investigation.

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Sam and Colette Collins, also of Bluffton, were arrested in the

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Wednesday, Dec. 5: Where to Watch President George H.W. Bush Funeral Services

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All Times Eastern.

Wednesday, Dec. 5

President George H.W. Bush Memorial Service
Various Networks, beginning at 9am Live

Broadcast and cable TV news networks (including CNN, HLN, NBC, CNBC, MSNBC, C-SPAN, Bloomberg and FOX News Channel) will carry coverage of the state funeral for George H.W. Bush, 41st president of the United States, who passed away Friday at age 94. On Wednesday, family and friends will gather at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C., for a memorial service. President Donald Trump designated Wednesday as a national day of mourning. A second memorial service for Bush will be held 11am ET Thursday in Houston, followed by a ceremony and internment at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum on the campus of Texas AM University in College Station beginning at 4:15pm ET.

Local author hopes to make a killing with latest work

GREENFIELD — This winter, a Greenfield author’s most recent work features a Christmas-themed take on the classic hard-boiled detective story.

Former Indianapolis Public Schools teacher and Greenfield author Jon Burroughs contributed to the short-story anthology,“Homicide for the Holidays,” a collection of noir-style mystery stories published by the Speed City Chapter of Sisters in Crime. The book is available for purchase at the Indianapolis Barnes and Noble bookstore.

Burroughs has been involved several years with the Sisters in Crime Chapter, a group of local authors who meet monthly to discuss and critique each others’ work, for several years, said the group’s president, Brigitte Kephart. Burroughs also played a key role in providing content to a play the organization put on for Indy Fringe earlier this summer called DEADBEAT, she said.

“Jon takes a fairly active part in contributing to our local Sisters in Crime chapter,” Kephart said. “We appreciate having him on board.”

Burroughs, a

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18 reality show debuts include Top Chef, Drag Race, Vanderpump Rules, and The Profit

RuPaul's Drag Race Holi-Slay Spectacular

Good Monday morning. It’s December, and temperatures here in the 40s have been replaced by temperatures in the 80s. That’s Florida, and it is not meant to brag: there is also 95 percent humidity this morning, so I am sticking to myself as I type this. It’s very festive.

Before we get to this week’s premiers, I’ve just published my quarterly guide to reality TV show premiere dates. Because I update it every time networks send out announcements with premiere dates, it currently reaches all the way into May, when The Amazing Race 31 will premiere in Survivor’s timeslot.

So check that out. But first, here’s what’s ahead in reality TV this week.

A new Drag Race competition airs Friday night at 8

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Winter 2019 reality TV schedule and guide

Winter 2019 reality TV show debut schedule and guide

More than 50 reality shows will arrive on television to at the end of 2018 and beginning of 2019, from RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars to Celebrity Big Brother.

This reality show schedule is updated regularly and frequently with officially announced debut dates and time slots for new and returning reality TV shows that debut this winter (and beyond).

Times are ET/PT; because TV networks frequently change their schedules and also repeat episodes, make sure to check your guide or other TV listings. For all the reality shows that premiered before Dec. 1, 2018, see the fall 2018 schedule.

Reality show descriptions in quotation marks indicates the text is from network

Read more at: https://www.realityblurred.com/realitytv/2018/12/winter-2019-reality-tv-schedule-guide/

Winter 2019 reality TV schedule and guide

Winter 2019 reality TV show debut schedule and guide

More than 50 reality shows will arrive on television to at the end of 2018 and beginning of 2019, from RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars to Celebrity Big Brother.

This reality show schedule is updated regularly and frequently with officially announced debut dates and time slots for new and returning reality TV shows that debut this winter (and beyond).

Times are ET/PT; because TV networks frequently change their schedules and also repeat episodes, make sure to check your guide or other TV listings. For all the reality shows that premiered before Dec. 1, 2018, see the fall 2018 schedule.

Reality show descriptions in quotation marks indicates the text is from network

Read more at: https://www.realityblurred.com/realitytv/2018/12/winter-2019-reality-tv-schedule-guide/

Every movie and TV show coming to Netflix, Stan, hayu and Amazon Prime Video in December 2018

Stan

December 1
Sherlock Gnomes

Craig of the Creek: Season 1, Part 1


We Bare Bears: Season 3, Part 2


Ben 10: Season 2, weekly episodes


Saving Santa


Foster’s Home: A Lost Claus


Billy and Mandy Save Christmas


The Man Who Saved Christmas


Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas


Hollywood Hound’s Christmas


Arthur Christmas

December 2
Escape At Dannemora, weekly episodes

The Other Side of Hope

December 3
Enemies: The President, Justice FBI – Part 3

Gabriel and the Mountain


Love


The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo (U.S.)

December 4
Urine Aid

At War with Love

December 5
The Edge of Seventeen

Perfect Strangers


Max 2: White House Hero

December 6
All American: Season 1, weekly episodes

Death Wish (2018)


Man In An Orange Shirt (Miniseries)


Mexico’s Most Wanted

December 7
Will Grace: Season 2, weekly

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Lorre, Douglas finding new possibilities in ‘Kominsky Method’

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — It’s never too late to learn something new. The rule proved true when actor Michael Douglas and TV producer Chuck Lorre joined forces for a new venture.

Douglas, veteran of countless dramas like “Wall Street,” “Behind the Candelabra” and “Basic Instinct,” and Lorre, creator of TV sitcoms “The Big Bang Theory” and “Two and a Half Men,” collaborated for the new serio-comic series “The Kominsky Method,” streaming on Netflix.

For Douglas it proved a whole new experience. “The movies that I used to do, the movies that I liked — the character-driven little indie pictures that I did — I was becoming frustrated with the lack of real distribution or time,” he says.

“These are pictures that you would do for very little money under a tremendous amount of pressure. You would be the marketing budget, in terms of going on all the (talk) shows. And you’d end up

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Lorre, Douglas finding new possibilities in ‘Kominsky Method’

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — It’s never too late to learn something new. The rule proved true when actor Michael Douglas and TV producer Chuck Lorre joined forces for a new venture.

Douglas, veteran of countless dramas like “Wall Street,” “Behind the Candelabra” and “Basic Instinct,” and Lorre, creator of TV sitcoms “The Big Bang Theory” and “Two and a Half Men,” collaborated for the new serio-comic series “The Kominsky Method,” streaming on Netflix.

For Douglas it proved a whole new experience. “The movies that I used to do, the movies that I liked — the character-driven little indie pictures that I did — I was becoming frustrated with the lack of real distribution or time,” he says.

“These are pictures that you would do for very little money under a tremendous amount of pressure. You would be the marketing budget, in terms of going on all the (talk) shows. And you’d end up

Read more at: https://www.heraldcourier.com/community/entertainment/lorre-douglas-finding-new-possibilities-in-kominsky-method/article_3bed42f0-3d52-54d5-a19b-e4878d367e0b.html

Who Is The Green River Killer? How Detectives Played Into Gary Ridgway’s Personality To Prompt 48 Murder …

The Green River Killer evaded police for dozens of years before being caught and convicted of 48 murders in 2001. FBI profiler Mary Ellen O’Toole was a part of the team that finally forced confessions from him, a job which proved to be a daunting team effort, which took months. The extravagant interview tactics chosen by the team of detectives is shown in Saturday’s episode of Criminal Confessions, and footage from the months-long interrogation is spotlighted to show how truly trying the interactions were.

O’Toole was brought in when it became clear the Green River Killer, or Gary Ridgway, was not going to reveal necessary details, like the burial locations of his victims, on his own accord. She’s trained to interact with serial killers by casing their personalities: Ridgway had the shared characteristics of psychopathic personalities, including pathological lying and extreme narcissism. O’Toole used that to her advantage.

She explained to Newsweek her

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