Tuesday

October 22nd

200a
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INTERVENTION

Michael & Brooks

Michael is a school athlete, yell leader, and is now addicted to pills and alcohol after emotional pain from his high school days. He is now facing jail time after parole violations. Brooks is a former wrestling star turned drug addict after an ATV accident with his brother Chase left him paralyzed from the waist down. Brooks admits he is addicted to "drugs, period; nothing specific" and his older brother Ian has become his drug abusing partner.
INTERVENTION
300a
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500a

MISSING PERSONS

Lost Anniversary/ Checked Out

The series name comes from the statistic that the odds of solving a case decrease by 50% if a solid lead is not found within the first 48 hours after the person has gone missing. Filmed in Chicago, the series gives an inside look at the real-life cases and procedures of the Chicago Missing Persons Unit.
MISSING PERSONS
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CITY CONFIDENTIAL

Fairbanks: Mining For Murder

Who killed popular Alaskan Joe Vogler? Was it the federal government that he constantly fought? Was it someone after his valuable gold claims? Or was it his best friend? This account of one of Alaska's most infamous crimes takes you into the rowdy bars, forbidding wilderness, and modern skyscrapers of Fairbanks.
CITY CONFIDENTIAL
700a

BIZARRE MURDERS

Sausage Fest

When a young man ends his affair with his married girlfriend so that he can take up with a younger woman, the jittered lover obtains a rare poison and drugs his leftovers.
BIZARRE MURDERS
730a

BIZARRE MURDERS

Raining Mannequins

A series of unsolved murders in a small tightknit town is made all the more horrifying by the regular appearance of bloody and mutilated mannequins, setting the people of the town on edge.
BIZARRE MURDERS
800a

Cold Case Files

The Hunter Homicides and the Skulls of Stanley Park

Bill kurtis hosts this series of nonfiction cases being re-examined after being considered cold. With the use of forensic advances and new evidence, police and detectives attempt to solve old crimes and unanswered questions.
Cold Case Files
900a

DR. G: MEDICAL EXAMINER

Prescription for Change

Dr. G works on unexplained deaths in orange and osceola counties in florida, as well as similar deaths from her previous employment as an associate medical examiner in bexar county, texas. The show features dramatic re-enactments of the events leading up to the person's death as well as the autopsies. Interviews with dr. G, family members, and other people connected to the deaths are also shown.
DR. G: MEDICAL EXAMINER
1000a

DR. G: MEDICAL EXAMINER

A Burning Question

Dr. G works on unexplained deaths in orange and osceola counties in florida, as well as similar deaths from her previous employment as an associate medical examiner in bexar county, texas. The show features dramatic re-enactments of the events leading up to the person's death as well as the autopsies. Interviews with dr. G, family members, and other people connected to the deaths are also shown.
DR. G: MEDICAL EXAMINER
1100a

DR. G: MEDICAL EXAMINER

A Fatal Attraction

Dr. G works on unexplained deaths in orange and osceola counties in florida, as well as similar deaths from her previous employment as an associate medical examiner in bexar county, texas. The show features dramatic re-enactments of the events leading up to the person's death as well as the autopsies. Interviews with dr. G, family members, and other people connected to the deaths are also shown.
DR. G: MEDICAL EXAMINER
1200p

DR. G: MEDICAL EXAMINER

The Things Men Do

Dr. G works on unexplained deaths in orange and osceola counties in florida, as well as similar deaths from her previous employment as an associate medical examiner in bexar county, texas. The show features dramatic re-enactments of the events leading up to the person's death as well as the autopsies. Interviews with dr. G, family members, and other people connected to the deaths are also shown.
DR. G: MEDICAL EXAMINER
100p

CRIME 360

Blood on the Tracks

Detectives Tim Entenok and Joselito Sandoval are called to a crime scene at Brookside Park at 11:00 am, where a missing person is found dead in a 4-foot-diameter sewage drain, in a remote section of the park. ÊThe body is found 300 feet deep in the pipe, which has been draining a constant flow of rainwater.Ê When Entenok takes a closer look at the body, he notices that it is maggot-infested:Ê an indication that the body has been in the pipe for over a week.Ê The victim's head, surrounded by a dried pool of blood, seems to have bullet holes, but the maggots preclude an accurate visual assessment.Ê Only an autopsy will determine the cause of death.Ê Meanwhile Sandoval scours the nearby train tracks for additional evidence.Ê A few rocks, stained with a blood-like substance, are collected.ÊÊ ÊThe investigation seems to go cold with no leads until a female witness gives them a much-needed break in the case.
CRIME 360
200p

CRIME 360

Trial By Fire

Detective Mocello responds to the scene of a suspicious fire in the bedroom of a first floor apartment.Ê He doesn't know if it's a homicide, an accident, or a suicide when he arrives.Ê But he soon discovers that the deceased victim's charred body has sustained serious trauma.Ê While arson investigators pick through the soot, Mocello and the team find a gas can, a set of keys in the parking lot and a shoeprint on a nearby railing.Ê ÊMocello theorizes it could have been a burglary gone wrong.Ê But then Mocello meets with the victim's landlord and learns of a troubled relationship the victim had with a relative.Ê With the evidence they've collected, they'll have to determine whether they should be hunting for a stranger, or a relative.
CRIME 360
300p

CRIME 360

Final Call

In the dead of night, Homicide Detectives, Thompson and Pence are called out to a bloody crime scene: a body, riddled with bullets, is found on a porch in a residential neighborhood.Ê Detectives find the tenant asleep in the house, but they don't know if he is a suspect or a potential witness.Ê The tenant knows the victim, but claims to have no knowledge of the murder, and he seems to have a seal-tight alibi.Ê Evidence at the crime scene: the body, the blood, the victim's broken cell phone and a broken vase, all paint a portrait as to how the crime went down. ÊÊAccording to the victim's family, he had no known enemies. ÊÊA search warrant, along with analysis of the evidence and 3D crime scene scans; help to rule out a suspect.Ê With no suspects or leads, Thompson turns to a recording of the victim's 911 call.Ê In a surprising discovery, the victim named his killer during his last moments of life and the hunt is on.
CRIME 360
400p

BLOODWORK

Connect the Crime Dots

A woman is ambushed in front of her home, shot at close range while she sits in her car talking on her cell phone. Just before the shots, the victim screams there he is! No name, but police think they know who did it. Now ballistics expert Kurt Tempinski must connect the dots, matching bullets to gun and gun to suspect. If he can't do it, a murderer will go free.
BLOODWORK
500p

BLOODWORK

Canine Crimesolvers

16 year-old Brittney Gregory disappears from her father's house with no sign of foul play. Family friend Jack Fuller brags of burying a girl "in the middle of nowhere," and two weeks of searching threaten to prove his boast true. Worst of all, Fuller refuses to elaborate on his statements, and the search for Brittney's body is looking more and more futile. Enter canine handlers Joe Nick and Bryan Trexler. With the help of their trusted hounds, they must take over where all others have failed.
BLOODWORK
600p

Masterminds

Money Bags

Maurizio Percan, the mastermind of the most sophisticated auto-parts theft ring in American history, netted $14 million in 3 years while dealing only in stolen airbags. Brash and audacious, Percan set up an elaborate front for his operation an auto parts store in the Bronx that played by the book. Percan fooled police for years while operating a business that stole more than 5000 cars every year. He became so successful that he was even able to drive up the market for his own product and sold airbags to customers he’d stolen from. After half a dozen attempts to get close to him, investigators finally nabbed Percan on his honeymoon in Hawaii.
Masterminds
630p

Masterminds

Foul Ball

For over five years, wayne bray and his associates flooded the billion dollar sports memorabilia market with counterfeit merchandise and made tens of millions. His wide-ranging enterprise created virtually undetectable fakes and sold them to unwitting fans, retailers, and collectors around the world. To this day, it remains the largest sports memorabilia scam in american history.
Masterminds
700p

Masterminds

Money Maker

University-educated wesley weber ran the most successful counterfeiting operation in canada—while still in his early twenties. He produced foolproof counterfeits using his home computer, and pumped over 20 million dollars’ worth of fakes into the economy. Police got on the trail and tracked him around the country. Thanks to him, most stores in canada refuse to accept $100 bills to this day.
Masterminds
730p

Masterminds

Great Escape, The

In 2000, Jeffrey Manchester began serving a 45 year sentence in a triple-maximum security prison in North Carolina for burglarizing more than 60 fast food restaurants. Though no one had ever escaped from this prison before, Manchester secured his freedom and evaded capture by hiding out in a local Toys R Us. For weeks, Manchester lived in the walls of the store before moving over to Circuit City where he built himself a completely functioning and hidden apartment (he even had plumbing and electricity). Before long, Manchester infiltrates the local community and charms everyone with his new persona as a toy salesman, selling video games and DVDs stolen from Toys R Us. But Manchester’s luck runs out when a robbery goes awry and investigators finally discover his secret hideout.
Masterminds
800p

72 HOURS: TRUE CRIME

Hate Crime

A young Orthodox Jewish man is in Pittsburgh to celebrate Passover with family when he is gunned down simply because of the way he is dressed.
830p

72 HOURS: TRUE CRIME

Hostage

A man robs an armoured car at gunpoint and holds a massage parlor worker hostage. As police investigate, they find startling links to a series of robberies, all taking place during the Christmas season.
900p

72 HOURS: TRUE CRIME

Secret Life

In Calgary, Alberta, a beautiful Ethiopian woman is found brutally strangled. The victimÕs husband seems genuinely distraught over his wifeÕs death, but there is something strangely suspicious about him.
930p

72 HOURS: TRUE CRIME

Flying Bandit

In 1986, an American becomes one of CanadaÕs most prolific bank and jewellery bandits after he pulls off one of the biggest heists in Canadian history. As more robberies occur, the police become ever more determined to catch the mastermind behind them all.
1000p

Cold Case Files

One Night on the Bayou and the Buckeye Misdemeanor

Bill kurtis hosts this series of nonfiction cases being re-examined after being considered cold. With the use of forensic advances and new evidence, police and detectives attempt to solve old crimes and unanswered questions.
Cold Case Files
1100p

Cold Case Files

Smoky Mountain Mystery and a Drop of Blood

Bill kurtis hosts this series of nonfiction cases being re-examined after being considered cold. With the use of forensic advances and new evidence, police and detectives attempt to solve old crimes and unanswered questions.
Cold Case Files