Category Archives: Killer Couples

TV highlights: “Saturday Night Live” returns on NBC

(All times Eastern.)

Say Yes to the Dress (TLC at 8) Twins Marlo and Margo are back, but now Marlo is the one looking for a dress, and bride Val needs a gown for her glacier wedding.

Snapped: Killer Couples (Oxygen at 6) Season 9.

House Hunters Renovation (HGTV at 10) Season 13.

Fox News Sunday (Fox at 9 a.m.) Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen and California Attorney General Xavier Becerra.

White House Chronicle (WETA at 9) The Boston Globe’s Felice Freyer and Robert Houghtaling of the East Greenwich Academy Foundation.

This Is America the World (WETA at 10 and WHUT at 7:30 p.m.) Journalist David Ignatius (part 2).

Meet the Press (NBC at 10:30) Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.).

Jodi Arias: An American Murder Mystery (ID at 10) The 2008 murder case of Travis Alexander, in which girlfriend Jodi Arias was the main suspect, is examined in this miniseries.

Seeking Sister Wife (TLC at 10:10) Three

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On TV, Jan. 11-14: Letterman’s back, and so is ‘Victoria’

In case you didn’t realize it, we are smack dab in the middle of awards season. All the black dresses from the Golden Globes are already at the dry cleaners, but now it’s time for the 23rd annual “Critics’ Choice Awards” airing in a two-hour special at 8 p.m. on the CW. Among the predictions is that “The Shape of Water” will recoup its losses from Sunday’s Golden Globes (where it won just two statues, including one for director Guillermo del Toro).

Ted Danson will be in another “Good Place” when he sits down with James Lipton on “Inside the Actors Studio” at 8 p.m. on Bravo. “The Good Place” airs on NBC at 8:30 p.m.

ABC News looks back at the Tonya Harding scandal at 9 p.m. with “Truth and Lies: The Tonya Harding Story,” featuring an interview with the skater whose story is told (beautifully)

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‘Snapped: Killer Couples’ returns with unhappy gym owner’s wife who has the wrong man killed

Snapped: Killer Couples returns for its 9th season in January, and it’s packed with nine new episodes of “America’s most dangerous duos,” including a shocking series premiere in which a “best man” gets murdered when a hitman mistakes him for his lover’s husband.

Lee Ann Reidel, 36, was apparently an unhappy upper middle class wife who wanted her husband dead so she could inherit his money and keep their child all to herself. In 2000, she fell head over heels in love with a “hitman,” Ralph Salierno, hired to murder Reidel’s husband, health enthusiast gym owner, Paul Reidel.

When the couple married in 1998, friends and family deemed them the perfect couple, but soon after, Lee Ann discovered her new husband had a crack cocaine addiction that tore the marriage apart. In 2000, she left Paul, taking their young son with her and moving in with her mother in Florida. Within six months,

Read more at: http://www.crimeonline.com/2017/12/21/snapped-killer-couples-returns-with-unhappy-gym-owners-wife-who-has-the-wrong-man-killed/

4 Shocking Murders Committed By Teenagers From ‘Snapped: Killer Couples’

Often prompted by all-consuming love and uncontrollable jealousy, the murders committed by the teenage duos in Oxygen’s “Snapped: Killer Couples” are some of the most distributing and heartbreaking. While their killings varied from classmates and parents to complete strangers, these teenage couples didn’t let anyone stand in the way of their relationships. Here are the four most shocking murders committed by teenagers in “Snapped: Killer Couples.”

1. Diane Zamora and David Graham

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Diana Zamora and David Graham were only 18 years old when they murdered Adrianne Jones, a 16-year-old sophomore at Zamora’s high school who came between the young couple’s “obsessive” relationship. According to CNN, Graham and Zamora’s 1995 murder of Jones was a way for Graham to prove his love for Zamora, whom he had cheated on by having sex with Jones after a high school track meet.

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5 Of The Most Notorious Pairs Of Murderers From ‘Snapped: Killer Couples’

Criminal couples like Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow have long captivated public attention, and their series of murders, rapes and robberies have left us equally disturbed. From human sacrifices to deadly acts of sexual sadism, the notorious partners featured in Oxygen’s “Snapped: Killer Couples” have all taken their devotion to twisted extremes. Whether they committed crimes out of love, passion or jealousy, these are five of the most disturbing duos in the history of “Snapped: Killer Couples.”

1. Gwendolyn Graham and Cathy Wood

Gwendolyn Graham and Cathy Wood, also known as “The Lethal Lovers,” met in 1986 at the Alpine Manor nursing home, where they both worked as nurses’ aids. The two women quickly became a couple and started smothering elderly patients as part of a love pact, according to the New York Times. According to Wood’s testimony, Graham suffocated a

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/serial-killer-couples-snapped

Serial Killer Couples From ‘Snapped: Killer Couples’ | Crime Time – Oxygen

Criminal couples like Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow have long captivated public attention, and their series of murders, rapes and robberies have left us equally disturbed. From human sacrifices to deadly acts of sexual sadism, the notorious partners featured in Oxygen’s “Snapped: Killer Couples” have all taken their devotion to twisted extremes. Whether they committed crimes out of love, passion or jealousy, these are five of the most disturbing duos in the history of “Snapped: Killer Couples.”

1. Gwendolyn Graham and Cathy Wood

[Photo: Oxygen]

Gwendolyn Graham and Cathy Wood, also known as “The Lethal Lovers,” met in 1986 at the Alpine Manor nursing home, where they both worked as nurses’ aids. The two women quickly became a couple and started smothering elderly patients as part of a love pact, according to the New York Times. According to Wood’s testimony, Graham suffocated

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/serial-killer-couples-snapped

Serial Killer Couples From ‘Snapped: Killer Couples’ | Crime Time

Criminal couples like Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow have long captivated public attention, and their series of murders, rapes and robberies have left us equally disturbed. From human sacrifices to deadly acts of sexual sadism, the notorious partners featured in Oxygen’s “Snapped: Killer Couples” have all taken their devotion to twisted extremes. Whether they committed crimes out of love, passion or jealousy, these are five of the most disturbing duos in the history of “Snapped: Killer Couples.”

1. Gwendolyn Graham and Cathy Wood

[Photo: Oxygen]

Gwendolyn Graham and Cathy Wood, also known as “The Lethal Lovers,” met in 1986 at the Alpine Manor nursing home, where they both worked as nurses’ aids. The two women quickly became a couple and started smothering elderly patients as part of a love pact, according to the New York Times. According to Wood’s testimony, Graham suffocated

Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/serial-killer-couples-snapped

Colin Kaepernick Is GQ’s ‘Citizen Of The Year’

Colin Kaepernick is GQ‘s Citizen of the Year. The magazine put the former football player on the cover to celebrate his sparking a movement. Kaepernick famously inspired athletes, celebrities and others to “take the knee” when he protested the national anthem as a way to spotlight the issue of police brutality.

As part of the story, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback helped assemble a ten-person team of his closest confidants including rapper J.Cole, director Ava DuVernay and activist Harry Belafonte to discuss activism, protest, and equality. The publication points to his social activism as part of a long history that includes Muhammad Ali and Jackie Robinson.

“I see what he’s done as art. I believe that art is seeing the world that doesn’t exist. A lot of people excel at creativity—making TV, movies, painting, writing books—but you can be an artist in your own life. Civil rights activists are artists,” shared Duernay, the

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The Maura Murray Case Is Being Re-examined

The Maura Murray case is being re-examined by the New Hampshire State Police. This exciting development was announced on the final episode of “The Disappearance of Maura Murray.” After months of investigating the mysterious case, journalist Maggie Freleng and former U.S. Marshal Art Roderick made a break.

In last week’s episode, former police officer and private investigator John Smith gave Freleng and Roderick wood chips he collected from a closet inside an A-frame house. There were rumors that Maura was killed by a man in that house, which is located not far from where she crashed.

On this week’s episode, Forensic Scientist Lori Baker told Freleng and Roderick that the wood chips tested “absolutely positive for blood,” and for human blood.

“Not only did it test positively for blood but for the blood of two different human beings,” Baker told them. “So you have the DNA from humans and you actually have

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