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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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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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18 reality shows debuting 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 It’s December, and temperatures here in the 40s have been replaced by temperatures in the 80s.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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‘The Walking Dead’, ‘Breaking Bad’ & More Shows Getting the Movie Treatment

It’s now commonplace for canceled series to come back to life via reboots and revivals, but several beloved dramas are going big for their returns: feature-length films.

The cast of Downton Abbey just wrapped a big-screen version, a Breaking Bad film is starting production (still TBD: whether it will live on TV or in theaters), and shooting has commenced on an HBO movie of its Western drama Deadwood. And while AMC’s The Walking Dead continues without Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), who last appeared on the November 4 episode, the character returns in a series of — you guessed it — movies.

'The Walking Dead' Universe Expands With Rick Grimes Movies

‘The Walking Dead’ Universe Expands With Rick Grimes Movies

The announcement came moments after Andrew Lincoln’s last appearance as Rick on the zombie-apocalypse show.

What’s sparking this trend? The wish to satisfy the hunger of

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