OXYGEN QUESTIONS WHETHER YOUR LIES CAN LEAD TO MURDER WHEN “A LIE TO DIE FOR” PREMIERES ON SUNDAY, JUNE 23 AT 8PM ET/PT
NEW YORK, NY – June 5, 2019 – Oxygen, the destination for high-quality crime programming, uncovers the extreme lengths individuals will go to keep their lies hidden when “A Lie to Die For” premieres on Sunday, June 23 at 8pm ET/PT. These lies are so significantly life changing, that people are willing to kill in order to protect the truth from getting out. In each stand-alone episode, viewers will follow the twists and turns investigators take as they dissect how each complex lie turned into a horrific tragedy. For a sneak peak, please visit: https://www.oxygen.com/a-lie-to-die-for/season-1/videos/a-lie-to-die-for-premieres-sunday-june-23rd
In the premiere episode, “A Marriage Bed of Lies,”
Read more at: http://www.thefutoncritic.com/news/2019/06/05/oxygen-questions-whether-your-lies-can-lead-to-murder-when-a-lie-to-die-for-premieres-on-sunday-june-23-at-8pm-et-pt-583401/20190605oxygen01/
Into the Dark
Series Premiere Friday, October 5
Prepare to leave the lights on all year round! For the next 12 months, Hulu will debut one episode of its anthology series Into the Dark and tackle a different holiday-related horror each installment. Something this freaky could only come from Blumhouse, the production company behind frights like Get Out and The Purge. Blumhouse Television copresidents Jeremy Gold and Marci Wiseman scare up some answers to our burning questions.
What holidays are highlighted?
Halloween kicks off the fright fest. “The Body,” starring Tom Bateman and Rebecca Rittenhouse, takes place on October 31 in L.A. “This dashing James Bond–type is dragging a body wrapped in plastic,” explains Gold. “Everyone is like, ‘Great costume, dude!’ Of course, he’s actually a hit man, and that’s a nearly dead person he was hired to kill.” November and December feature Thanksgiving and Christmas, respectively.
Are the episodes connected?
Yes and no. Each
Read more at: https://www.tvinsider.com/717604/into-the-dark-premiere-questions-answered/
Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez was considered one of the all-time best tight ends. But his career would be derailed by a timeline of legal run-ins, including
being convicted of first-degree murder plus weapons charges in the death of Odin Lloyd. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. On April 19, 2017, the 27-year-old was found hanging in his cell.
Oxygen’s new docu-series “Aaron Hernandez Uncovered” unravels the football star’s shocking death with unprecedented access to those that knew the athelete best. The two part docu-series premieres March 17 at 7/6c on Oxygen.
Here are five questions we still have about his suicide.
Did He Know That His Conviction Would Be Erased?
After his suicide, Hernandez’s murder conviction in the Lloyd case was voided. How? Massachusetts has recognized a legal rule called “abatement ab initio,” which essentially means that convictions are thrown out if
Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/aaron-hernandez-uncovered/crime-time/5-questions-we-still-have-about-the-mysterious-suicide-of-aaron
Italian-born fashion designer Gianni Versace had it all: a successful business, mansions around the world, celebrity friends and millions in the bank, but none of it could protect him from a crazed serial killer who took his life along with four other victims in the spring and summer of 1997. Before committing suicide, Andrew Cunanan cut a swath from Minneapolis to Miami, his killings careening from former lovers to crimes of opportunity, his victims including millionaires, war veterans, real estate developers and cemetery caretakers.
Andrew Cunanan grew up in a working class suburb of San Diego, California, the youngest of four children. His Filipino-American father and Italian-American mother enrolled him in an exclusive prep school, where a yearbook called him “Most Likely to be Remembered,” according to CBS’ “48 Hours.” For his senior yearbook quote, Andrew chose one by King Louis XV: “Apres moi, le deluge,” which translates to, “After
Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/why-there-are-still-so-many-unanswered-questions-about-the-murder-of-gianni-versace
Snapped Notorious: Tupac Shakur airs Sunday, September 10 at 6/5c.
Rap legend Tupac Shakur was murdered in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas in 1996 at the age of 25. Snapped: Notorious ‘Tupac and Biggie Special’ investigates the infamous crime with commentary and reactions from Tupac’s friends, business associates and industry insiders including rapper Yo-Yo, collaborator Danny Boy and journalist Toure. Despite being so high profile, no charges have been filed in the murder of Tupac Shakur. Here’s five questions we still have about his death.
One of the most prevailing theories about Tupac’s death involves an altercation with the Crips. Hours before he was shot, the rapper was seen in a scuffle at the MGM Grand—caught on camera—with gang member Orlando Anderson. Although a gun matching Tupac’s murder weapon was found in Anderson’s home afterwards, he was never questioned by authorities.
Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/snapped/blogs/5-questions-we-still-have-about-the-death-of-tupac-shakur
Jury selection has started in Taylor Swift’s case against a radio DJ.
The superstar alleges that David Mueller groped her during a meet-and-greet in Denver in 2013. According to People, the 27-year-old was on hand while potential jurors were interviewed and screened at the courthouse.
Based on the questionnaire handed out, potential jurors were asked questions, such as have you “listened to Taylor Swift on the radio,” “watched any Taylor Swift video,” “read a blog, magazine, or other news reporting about Taylor Swift,” “purchased a Taylor Swift album,” or “gone to a Taylor Swift concert or performance” in the last two years.
There are also questions about whether jurors were fans of Mueller on local country radio station KYGO.
In the case, Mueller first sued Swift two years after the alleged groping incident because he believes her claim cost him his job. The “Shake It Off” singer countersued, saying in court papers that
Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/these-are-the-questions-youd-need-to-answer-to-be-a-jury-in-taylor-swifts-groping-trial