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THE DISAPPEARANCE OF NATALEE HOLLOWAY is Highest …


THE DISAPPEARANCE OF NATALEE HOLLOWAY is Highest-Rated True Crime Series Premiere in Oxygen History

Oxygen Media’s THE DISAPPEARANCE OF NATALEE HOLLOWAY debuted as the highest rated true crime series premiere in network history, with a cumulative 1.1 Million total viewers on premiere night wanting to see the real-time investigation that continues to make headlines across the country. Additionally, 324,000 viewers in the coveted F25-54 demo tuned in, also setting a network record for a true crime series premiere. Having been in the true crime space for more than a decade, the ratings success comes nearly one month after the network announced it completed its rebrand to a full-time true crime destination. With a new slate of high quality true crime programming, Oxygen has become the fastest growing cable entertainment network, up +54% among total viewers in total day, year over year.

Premiering Saturdays at

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TV Guy: Wallow in the lurid, or reach for the stars? – recordonline.com – Times Herald

Prime-time’s true-crime offerings continue to grow.

Oxygen, once a “women’s network” to rival Lifetime, has turned itself into an “all-crime, all the time” destination, home to original true-crime series (“Cold Justice,” “It Takes a Killer,” “Snapped” and “The Jury Speaks”) as well as procedurals.

Tonight’s lineup consists of three consecutive episodes of “CSI.”

The NBC-owned network plans new series with familiar faces, including Soledad O’Brien, Nancy Grace and Ice-T, who will host “Ice Cold Murders.”

Oxygen is just catching up to rival ID in the true-crime department.

On that network, once known as “Investigation Discovery,” things tend to be a tad more tabloid. Tonight’s premiere of “Shattered” (10 p.m., TV-14) focuses on victims and those left behind by horrific crimes: A father recalls the horrifying moment he discovered that his son had been dismembered; a woman describes her imprisonment in a footlocker, and a policeman remembers a rookie assignment that

Read more at: http://www.recordonline.com/entertainmentlife/20170823/tv-guy-wallow-in-lurid-or-reach-for-stars

TV Guy: Wallow in the lurid, or reach for the stars? – Times Herald

Prime-time’s true-crime offerings continue to grow.

Oxygen, once a “women’s network” to rival Lifetime, has turned itself into an “all-crime, all the time” destination, home to original true-crime series (“Cold Justice,” “It Takes a Killer,” “Snapped” and “The Jury Speaks”) as well as procedurals.

Tonight’s lineup consists of three consecutive episodes of “CSI.”

The NBC-owned network plans new series with familiar faces, including Soledad O’Brien, Nancy Grace and Ice-T, who will host “Ice Cold Murders.”

Oxygen is just catching up to rival ID in the true-crime department.

On that network, once known as “Investigation Discovery,” things tend to be a tad more tabloid. Tonight’s premiere of “Shattered” (10 p.m., TV-14) focuses on victims and those left behind by horrific crimes: A father recalls the horrifying moment he discovered that his son had been dismembered; a woman describes her imprisonment in a footlocker, and a policeman remembers a rookie assignment that

Read more at: http://www.recordonline.com/entertainmentlife/20170823/tv-guy-wallow-in-lurid-or-reach-for-stars

Tune In Tonight 8/23

Prime-time’s true-crime offerings continue to grow. Oxygen, once a “women’s network” to rival Lifetime, has turned itself into an “all-crime, all the time” destination, home to original true-crime series (“Cold Justice,” “It Takes a Killer,” “Snapped” and “The Jury Speaks”) as well as procedurals. Tonight’s lineup consists of three consecutive episodes of “CSI.”

The NBC-owned network also plans new series with familiar faces, including Soledad O’Brien, Nancy Grace and Ice-T, who will host “Ice Cold Murders.”

Those in search of something more celestial might consider “The Farthest — Voyager in Space” (8 p.m. on Channel 10, 9 p.m. on Channel 11, PBS), a two-hour celebration of the mission that has been exploring the heavens since 1977.

Launched on Aug. 20 of that year, the Voyager 2 spacecraft reached Jupiter’s neighborhood in 1979; it neared Saturn in 1981, Uranus in 1986 and Neptune in 1989. It’s been on the move since. Its “partner,” Voyager

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Tune In Tonight 8/23 | | kenoshanews.com

Prime-time’s true-crime offerings continue to grow. Oxygen, once a “women’s network” to rival Lifetime, has turned itself into an “all-crime, all the time” destination, home to original true-crime series (“Cold Justice,” “It Takes a Killer,” “Snapped” and “The Jury Speaks”) as well as procedurals. Tonight’s lineup consists of three consecutive episodes of “CSI.”

The NBC-owned network also plans new series with familiar faces, including Soledad O’Brien, Nancy Grace and Ice-T, who will host “Ice Cold Murders.”

Those in search of something more celestial might consider “The Farthest — Voyager in Space” (8 p.m. on Channel 10, 9 p.m. on Channel 11, PBS), a two-hour celebration of the mission that has been exploring the heavens since 1977.

Launched on Aug. 20 of that year, the Voyager 2 spacecraft reached Jupiter’s neighborhood in 1979; it neared Saturn in 1981, Uranus in 1986 and Neptune in 1989. It’s been on the move since. Its “partner,” Voyager

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Tune in Tonight for Aug. 23, 2017 – Waco Tribune

Prime-time’s true-crime offerings continue to grow. Oxygen, once a “women’s network” to rival Lifetime, has turned itself into an “all-crime, all the time” destination, home to original true-crime series (“Cold Justice,” “It Takes a Killer,” “Snapped” and “The Jury Speaks”) as well as procedurals. Tonight’s lineup consists of three consecutive episodes of “CSI.”

The NBC-owned network plans new series with familiar faces, including Soledad O’Brien, Nancy Grace and Ice-T, who will host “Ice Cold Murders.”

Oxygen is just catching up to rival ID in the true-crime department. On that network, once known as “Investigation Discovery,” things tend to be a tad more tabloid. Tonight’s premiere of “Shattered” (9 p.m., TV-14) focuses on victims and those left behind by horrific crimes: A father recalls the horrifying moment he discovered that his son had been dismembered; a woman describes her imprisonment in a footlocker, and a policeman remembers a rookie assignment that colored his

Read more at: http://www.wacotrib.com/townnews/broadcasting_events/tune-in-tonight-for-aug/article_be4a78b4-d6e8-5eff-a85d-fe13340a75b9.html

Oxygen Uncovers CRIMINAL CONFESSIONS in New, Original Series Premiering 10/1


Oxygen Uncovers CRIMINAL CONFESSIONS in New, Original Series Premiering 10/1

Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, premieres the new original series CRIMINAL CONFESSIONS,which debuts Sunday, October 1 at 7pm ET/PT. From Executive Producer Dick WOLF and Shed Media, the series delves into the psychological showdown that transpires inside actual police interrogation rooms between investigators and suspects and dissects what it takes to yield a confession. Each hour-long episode takes viewers through the emotional twists and turns of a real homicide case from the 911 call to the crime scene and leading up to the interrogation room where detectives corner their prime suspect. The police officers and detectives will walk us through their strategy while interviews with the suspects’ and victims’ friends and family shed light on the heartbreaking details, taking viewers on an emotional journey with the hope of finding justice.

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Oxygen Uncovers CRIMINAL CONFESSIONS in New, Original …


Oxygen Uncovers CRIMINAL CONFESSIONS in New, Original Series Premiering 10/1

Oxygen Media, the network for high-quality crime programming, premieres the new original series CRIMINAL CONFESSIONS,which debuts Sunday, October 1 at 7pm ET/PT. From Executive Producer Dick WOLF and Shed Media, the series delves into the psychological showdown that transpires inside actual police interrogation rooms between investigators and suspects and dissects what it takes to yield a confession. Each hour-long episode takes viewers through the emotional twists and turns of a real homicide case from the 911 call to the crime scene and leading up to the interrogation room where detectives corner their prime suspect. The police officers and detectives will walk us through their strategy while interviews with the suspects’ and victims’ friends and family shed light on the heartbreaking details, taking viewers on an emotional journey with the hope of finding justice.

Read more at: https://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwtv/article/Oxygen-Uncovers-CRIMINAL-CONFESSIONS-in-New-Original-Series-Premiering-101-20170822

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Prime-time’s true-crime offerings continue to grow. Oxygen, once a “women’s network” to rival Lifetime, has turned itself into an “all-crime, all the time” destination, home to original true-crime series (“Cold Justice,” “It Takes a Killer,” “Snapped” and “The Jury Speaks”) as well as procedurals. Tonight’s lineup consists of three consecutive episodes of “CSI.”

The NBC-owned network plans new series with familiar faces, including Soledad O’Brien, Nancy Grace and Ice-T, who will host “Ice Cold Murders.”

Oxygen is just catching up to rival ID in the true-crime department. On that network, once known as “Investigation Discovery,” things tend to be a tad more tabloid. Tonight’s premiere of “Shattered” (10 p.m., TV-14) focuses on victims and those left behind by horrific crimes: A father recalls the horrifying moment he discovered that his son had been dismembered; a woman describes her imprisonment in a footlocker, and a policeman remembers a rookie assignment that colored his

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