Criminal Confessions is back! Recently, Oxygen announced the TV show will return for a second season in October.
From Law Order EP Dick Wolf, the true crime docuseries “gives an inside look into actual police interrogations around the country with detectives who will stop at nothing until they find justice.”
Season two of Criminal Confessions premieres on Oxygen on October 6th at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
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New York, NY – September 14, 2018 – Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, premieres a new and exhilarating season of “Criminal Confessions” on Saturday, October 6 at 8pm ET/PT. From Executive Producer Dick Wolf and Shed Media, “Criminal Confessions” gives an inside look into actual police interrogations around the country with detectives who will stop at nothing until they find justice. Each standalone episode reveals the keen strategies and tactics law
Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, premieres a new and exhilarating season of “Criminal Confessions” on Saturday, October 6 at 8pm ET/PT. From Executive Producer Dick Wolf and Shed Media, “Criminal Confessions” gives an inside look into actual police interrogations around the country with detectives who will stop at nothing until they find justice. Each standalone episode reveals the keen strategies and tactics law enforcement use to get the ultimate truth out of suspects, resulting in jaw-dropping confessions that will leave viewers on the edge of their seats.
“We are continuing to give viewers an inside look into the investigation of criminals, with an emphasis on the psychological component of confessions,” said Wolf. “This gives crime buffs insight into a side of police work that has
Dick Wolf’s latest reality show Nightwatch Nation continues this week. Here’s how to watch Nightwatch Nation season 1, episode 2 live, on TV and online.
Another episode of Nightwatch Nation airs tonight, so we’re telling you how to watch Nightwatch Nation online and watch Nightwatch Nation live, to see the second episode of Dick Wolf‘s newest reality TV series.
The AE show premiered last week, showcasing the work of multiple teams of paramedics and the other first responders in several cities ranging from New York to Arizona. Dick Wolf produces the hour-long program under his Wolf Films banner; it’s his third nonfiction show, following Cold Justice and Criminal Confessions, both of which air on NBC‘s sister channel Oxygen.
But while those shows deal with past events, this is the one that showcases the current work of paramedics in the field. If you’ve enjoyed watching Ambulance
Oxygen is cracking open a new case. Recently, the network announced their new event series, The Disappearance of Crystal Rogers, will premiere on August 11th.
Part of a true crime anthology series, the new season will explore the case of Crystal Rogers, a mother of five who disappeared from the small town of Bardstown, Kentucky.
The Disappearance of Crystal Rogers premieres on Oxygen on August 11th at 7 p.m. ET/PT.
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NEW YORK, NY – July 26, 2018- Oxygen Media, the destination for high-quality crime programming, dives head first into the unnerving and complex story of a small town shrouded in secrets in the six-part event series, “The Disappearance of Crystal Rogers,” beginning Saturday, August 11 at 7pm ET/PT with a two-hour premiere. This is the third installment of the hit “Disappearance of… ” franchise, following the previous cases
NBC has renewed all four of its Dick Wolf series. That includesLaw Order: SVU, picked up for a 20th season, tying the record for longest-running drama series, held jointly by Law Order and Gunsmoke. The network also has renewed all three Windy City-set drama series for next season: Chicago Fire will return for Season 7, Chicago P.D. for Season 6 and Chicago Med for Season 4.
The previous NBC regime denied Wolf the opportunity to beat Gunsmoke‘s record by canceling the mothership Law Order series after Season 20. With Law Order: SVU still doing well in its 19th season and Wolf’s career contributions to NBC, he got a shot at making history.
NETFLIX RELEASES “13 REASONS WHY” SEASON 2 FIRST LOOK IMAGES
The tapes we’re just the beginning…
13 Reasons Why Season 2 picks up in the aftermath of Hannah’s death and the start of our characters’ complicated journeys toward healing and recovery. Liberty High prepares to go on trial, but someone will stop at nothing to keep the truth surrounding Hannah’s death concealed. A series of ominous polaroids lead Clay and his classmates to uncover a sickening secret and a conspiracy to cover it up.
13 Reasons Why Season 2 will launch gloablly on Netflix, May 18 2018.
Social Links: @13ReasonsWhy
Resources for S2:
In preparation for the launch of Season 2, new resources will be added to 13ReasonsWhy.info including an updated Discussion Guide and a new Discussion Series – a set of videos where cast address issues in the series including bullying, sexual
Netflix’s “13 Reasons Why” was a breakout hit of 2017. Based on a young adult novel, the show follows the events that lead up to the suicide of its main character, teenager Hannah Baker.
After its portrayal of her suicide, which some deemed graphic or even glorifying the act, the show has released a new warning video prior to season two.
In the video, the show’s cast breaks down the fictional nature of the show. The actors featured: Katherine Langford who plays Hannah Baker, Justin Prentice who plays Bryce Walker, Dylan Minnette who plays Clay Jensen and Alisha Boe who plays Jessica Davis.
“’13 Reasons Why is a fictional series that tackles tough, real world issues, taking a look at sexual assault, substance abuse, suicide and more,” Prentice says.
“By shedding a light on these difficult topics, we hope our show can help viewers start a conversation, says Langford.
(Minor spoiler alert: Please don’t read ahead unless you’ve seen Tuesday’s episode of “This Is Us.”)
Old looks good on Jack Pearson.
The promo for the Season 2 finale of “This Is Us” aired after Tuesday’s episode, giving us our first glimpse at the wedding of Kate (Chrissy Metz) and Toby (Chris Sullivan). But really, who cares about the bride and groom when one of your guests is a dead guy?
That’s right, Milo Ventimiglia’s Jack is featured in the teaser. Yes, we’re serious. No, it’s not a flashback.
The Pearson family patriarch is seen rocking graying hair, a salt-and-pepper goatee and some spectacles. The best part? He’s standing opposite his wife Rebecca (Mandy Moore), wondering aloud, “Where’d the time go, Bec?”
As every fan of the NBC drama now knows, Jack died on the special post-Super Bowl
The NBCUniversal-owned cable network is near a deal for a two-season, straight-to-series order for a scripted drama anthology based on the Los Angeles Times’ investigative feature and corresponding podcast. Season one will be based on L.A. Times reporter Chris Goffard’s reporting and podcast about “Dirty” John Meehan, his relationship with Debra Newell and his exploits. The series will tell the story of how Newell’s romance with Meehan spiraled into secrets, deception, denial and, ultimately, survival — with shocking ramifications for not just her, but her children.
Season two will be an entirely new and closed-ended story that has yet to be determined.
Additionally, fellow NBCU cable network Oxygen — which recently rebranded with a focus on true crime — has ordered a companion unscripted series exploring Meehan’s “real-life crimes.” Episode counts and premiere dates for both the scripted and unscripted series have yet
Featuring the true-crime stories of America’s most dangerous duos, the series takes a deep dive into the turbulent lives these couples led. Each episode examines the evolution of their relationships and the passion that drove them to commit murder. Through reenactments and gripping firsthand accounts, each episode tells a story of what ultimately drove them to commit the crime, as well as destroy the lives of those around them. “Killer Couples” is a part of Oxygen Media’s longest running true-crime franchise, “Snapped.”