March Programming Highlights

| March 13, 2019 | |

Murder Made Me Famous
Saturday, March 16 @ 7pm

This hit series examines killers who gained public notoriety when their crimes generated intense media coverage. Each hour-long episode presents dramatic recreations of the crimes using archival material and insightful commentary from those connected to the case. All new episodes will focus on the stories of Pablo Escobar, Osama Bin Laden, Son of Sam, Laurie Bambi Bembenek, Boston Strangler and Richard Speck.

Saturday, March 16 @ 8pm

Whether it’s Anthony Wiener’s descent from rising political star to sex offender, or one of the world’s richest heiresses Patty Hearst robbing a bank at gunpoint, or Aaron Hernandez going from NFL star and multi-millionaire to convicted murderer – this series explores the darker side of fame. Through interviews with crime experts, recreations, archival footage and police reports, viewers will learn the stories and motivations behind these individuals who surpassed infamy to become truly notorious.

Jo Frost: Killer Kids
Friday, March 22 @ 7pm

This four part documentary explores the shocking subject of children who kill. Parenting expert and “Supernanny” Jo Frost presents her most challenging assignment yet, examining cases that shocked the nation. Are some kids just born evil?

Mariah Carey: The Diva, The Drama
Sunday, March 24 @ 8pm

When it comes to fame and genre defining talent, few rival Mariah Carey. One of the best-selling female artists of all time with more than 200 million records sold, Carey has set legendary benchmarks throughout her 18-year career as a singer and songwriter. But it wasn’t all No. 1 hits, magazine covers and glamorous red carpets. See the inside story on how the superstar changed music while battling numerous setbacks both professionally and personally.

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