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100 Best Shows Right Now: Your Guide to Today’s Top TV Series

Those who claim television isn’t better than ever perhaps haven’t watched television in a little while. Even with major programs like Game of Thrones, Veep, The Big Bang Theory, and Big Little Lies coming to an end, we still had trouble limiting ourselves to just 100 series for TV Guide’s annual list of the 100 Best Shows Right Now. With streaming services ascendant (stay tuned to next year’s list to find out which Disney+, Apple TV+, and HBO Max series made the leap) and a diverse array of talent pushing the industry at-large to its most cutting edge, there’s never been a more rewarding moment to enjoy some screen time.

Ahead, see where your favorite series ranked in our list of the 100 Best Shows Right Now, let the cast of Schitt’s Creek,

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How To Watch Oxygen’s True Crime Shows In The UK, Because This Channel Is Dominating The Genre

The U.S. television channel Oxygen has experienced several rebrands ever since its launch in 2000. Nowadays, the channel is primarily known for its thrilling true crime documentaries, with shows such as Murder and Justice: The Case of Martha Moxley dominating a large portion of their schedule. After recent true crime releases on other major platforms such as Netflix, it appears that appetite for the genre is at an all time high. So here’s all the information you need if you’re wondering how to watch Oxygen true crime documentaries in the UK.

Unfortunately, Oxygen is not available in the UK, which means viewers on this side of the pond currently don’t have access to the channel’s brilliant selection of true crime docs. I have reached out to the broadcaster for comment on the matter, and will update with any new information once it becomes available.

All is not lost,

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Oxygen has staked its claim as the top network for true crime with shows like ‘Snapped’, ‘The Piketon Family M

In a world where true crime has caught the fascination of almost every eyeball, Oxygen has managed to stay ahead of the game. From being a network that was focused on lifestyle, entertainment, and reality shows, it has now become a full-time destination for all lovers of true crime in a matter of just two years. To say that Oxygen has done well would be an understatement when they’ve, in fact, flourished. And because of that, true crime documentary makers like Netflix and others have a lot to learn from them. 

Oxygen Media was founded in 1998 by former Nickelodeon executive Geraldine Laybourne, talk-show host Oprah Winfrey, and producers Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner and Caryn Mandabach. Until 2007, shows like ‘Campus Ladies’, ‘Bliss’, ‘Oprah After the Show’, ‘Talk Sex with Sue Johanson’, ‘The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency’, ‘Snapped’, ‘Girls Behaving Badly’ and ‘Bad Girls Club’ remained the highlight shows of

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8 Strange True Crime Shows and Where to Watch Them

True crime content is really having a moment these days, with new series, documentaries, and specials popping up everywhere. As is the case with any genre that reaches a saturation point, the phenomenon has led to some programs with really bizarre premises. That said, true crime definitely has subgenres that can fill a few seasons, as these shows prove. 

If you can’t get enough true crime, definitely check out these niche series, which showcase very specific types of crime or have quirky gimmicks as a hook… like a rating system for murderers?

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TV Show finder: Find and watch TV shows online in Australia

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What’s on TV? – Monday (01/21/19) – Plenty of New Shows On Martin Luther King, Jr. Day • AwardsCircuit – By Clayton Davis

Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day! As everyone enjoys a day off work (hopefully), TV looks to stay pretty the same. Most shows are returning with new episodes. However, there’s only a few key updates or new shows premiering today. Without further ado, let’s take a look at what’s airing tonight on TV.


“Martin: The Legacy of a King” (BET) at 9 p.m. ET

In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, BET has a tribute planned. As part of BET’s News Special series, “Martin: The Legacy of a King” honors the

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Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows | Entertainment – Glens Falls Post

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