Monthly Archives: July 2016

See Steven Avery Case Vividly Recreated in ‘Murder Made Me Famous’

Netflix’s Emmy-nominated hit docuseries Making a Murderer is already planning to return with new episodes that focus on the post-conviction process, furthering the story of Steven Avery and co-defendant Brendan Dassey, the two men convicted in the 2005 murder of Wisconsin woman Teresa Halbach. But for those fans who can’t get enough of the theories of how evidence was handled and weighing in on whether Avery was wrongfully convicted will have a new glimpse into the case. In a new episode of Murder Made Me Famous to air on Reelz on Saturday, July 30th, the case is examined through a different lens, including reenactments of key moments.

Popular true-crime series claims a major detail was left out of ‘Making a Murderer’

Netflix’s Emmy-nominated hit docuseries Making a Murderer is already planning to return with new episodes that focus on the post-conviction process, furthering the story of Steven Avery and co-defendant Brendan Dassey, the two men convicted in the 2005 murder of Wisconsin woman Teresa Halbach. But for those fans who can’t get enough of the theories of how evidence was handled and weighing in on whether Avery was wrongfully convicted will have a new glimpse into the case. In a new episode of Murder Made Me Famous to air on Reelz on Saturday, July 30th, the case is examined through a different lens, including reenactments of key moments.

See Steven Avery Case Vividly Recreated in ‘Murder Made Me Famous’

Netflix’s Emmy-nominated hit docuseries Making a Murderer is already planning to return with new episodes that focus on the post-conviction process, furthering the story of Steven Avery and co-defendant Brendan Dassey, the two men convicted in the 2005 murder of Wisconsin woman Teresa Halbach. But for those fans who can’t get enough of the theories of how evidence was handled and weighing in on whether Avery was wrongfully convicted will have a new glimpse into the case. In a new episode of Murder Made Me Famous to air on Reelz on Saturday, July 30th, the case is examined through a different lens, including reenactments of key moments.

In the episode, Manitowoc County Assistant District Attorney Michael Griesbach suggests that the series, made by executive producers and directors Laura Ricciardi and Moira Demos, failed to mention a key detail. Griesbach claims that Manitowoc cops James Lenk and

Read more at: https://www.rollingstone.com/tv/tv-news/see-steven-avery-case-vividly-recreated-in-murder-made-me-famous-108999/

ITV’s The Investigator to solve mystery of Carole Packman’s murder

New evidence in a 30-year-old murder mystery, including a written confession, is set to be revealed on ITV true crime series The Investigator.  

Viewers have been gripped by detective Mark Williams-Thomas’s probe into the disappearance of Carole Packman, 40, who vanished from her family home in Bournemouth in June 1985.

Her husband, Russell Causley, now 72, was convicted of her murder in 1996, but her body has never been found and he has refused to reveal its whereabouts.

Carole Packman, 40, (pictured) vanished from her family home in Bournemouth in June 1985

Her husband, Russell Causley, (pictured) was convicted of her murder in 1996, but her body has never been found and he has refused to reveal its whereabouts

Carole Packman, 40, (left) vanished from her

Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3708353/Thirty-year-old-murder-mystery-SOLVED-TV-s-Investigator-Murder-confession-aired-Carole-Packham-case.html

Thirty-year-old murder mystery ‘SOLVED’ by TV’s The Investigator: Murder confession will be aired in Carole Packman …

New evidence in a 30-year-old murder mystery, including a written confession, is set to be revealed on ITV true crime series The Investigator.  

Viewers have been gripped by detective Mark Williams-Thomas’s probe into the disappearance of Carole Packman, 40, who vanished from her family home in Bournemouth in June 1985.

Her husband, Russell Causley, now 72, was convicted of her murder in 1996, but her body has never been found and he has refused to reveal its whereabouts.

Carole Packman, 40, (pictured) vanished from her family home in Bournemouth in June 1985

Her husband, Russell Causley, (pictured) was convicted of her murder in 1996, but her body has never been found and he has refused to reveal its whereabouts

Carole Packman, 40,

Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3708353/Thirty-year-old-murder-mystery-SOLVED-TV-s-Investigator-Murder-confession-aired-Carole-Packham-case.html

ITV’s The Investigator to solve mystery of Carole Packman’s murder …

New evidence in a 30-year-old murder mystery, including a written confession, is set to be revealed on ITV true crime series The Investigator.  

Viewers have been gripped by detective Mark Williams-Thomas’s probe into the disappearance of Carole Packman, 40, who vanished from her family home in Bournemouth in June 1985.

Her husband, Russell Causley, now 72, was convicted of her murder in 1996, but her body has never been found and he has refused to reveal its whereabouts.

Carole Packman, 40, (pictured) vanished from her family home in Bournemouth in June 1985

Her husband, Russell Causley, (pictured) was convicted of her murder in 1996, but her body has never been found and he has refused to reveal its whereabouts

Carole Packman, 40,

Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3708353/Thirty-year-old-murder-mystery-SOLVED-TV-s-Investigator-Murder-confession-aired-Carole-Packham-case.html

Netflix Lands Global Streaming Rights To FX’s ‘American Crime Story’

FX’s American Crime Story is headed to Netflix. The internet TV network and 20th Century Fox TV Distribution today announced their first global SVOD licensing agreement, under which Netflix will be the global streaming home for FX’s hit franchise.

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The 22-time Emmy-nominated first season, The People v. O.J. Simpson, will be available globally on Netflix, excluding Canada, in 2017, in 2017 with all seasons made available after their respective broadcast windows. The People v. O.J. Simpson  wrapped its 10-episode run as cable’s most-watched new series of 2016. The second season of American Crime Story focusing on Hurricane Katrina will debut on FX next year.

From executive producers Ryan Murphy, Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski and Brad Falchuk, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story stars John Travolta, Cuba Gooding Jr., Sarah Paulson,

Read more at: http://deadline.com/2016/07/netflix-global-streaming-rights-fx-american-crime-story-1201792149/

Netflix Grabs OJ Simpson Series ‘American Crime Story’

Netflix is hoping American crimes have worldwide appeal.

The streaming service on Monday announced its first global pact with 20th Century Fox TV Distribution, which will make it the exclusive global streaming home for FX’s anthology American Crime Story. The first season, The People v. O.J. Simpson, will be available globally on Netflix (save for Canada) in 2017. All future seasons will become available to streaming viewers after their broadcast window on FX.

The news comes several months after American Crime Story, a co-production between FX Productions and Fox 21 TV Studios, wrapped its critically praised first season, and fresh off earning 22 Emmy nominations in mid-July. The series, which counts Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson and Ryan Murphy as executive producers, concluded its 10-episode run as cable’s most-watched new series of 2016 and has plenty of hype surrounding season 2, which will focus on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

“We’re excited

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‘People v. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story’ Coming to Netflix

“American Crime Story” is coming to Netflixers around the world. FX and Netflix just inked their first global streaming licensing deal that will put the first season, “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” on the streaming service in 2017, with subsequent seasons to follow after they’ve run on linear TV.

The seasons will be available everywhere Netflix is — including the U.S. — no doubt putting a decent chunk of change into the pockets of 21st Century Fox, which owns “ACS” producers Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions.

“We’re excited to evolve our relationship with Fox and to bring their lauded content to our members around the world,” said Sean Carey, Netflix’s vice president of global television. “Given the popularity of the first season of ‘American Crime Story,’ we are thrilled to offer this acclaimed drama series to our members.”

The first season

Read more at: https://variety.com/2016/tv/news/netflix-people-v-oj-simpson-american-crime-story-fx-deal-1201822010/

Netflix Snags Global Streaming Rights to FX’s ‘American Crime Story’

“American Crime Story” is coming to Netflixers around the world. FX and Netflix just inked their first global streaming licensing deal that will put the first season, “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” on the streaming service in 2017, with subsequent seasons to follow after they’ve run on linear TV.

The seasons will be available everywhere Netflix is — including the U.S. — no doubt putting a decent chunk of change into the pockets of 21st Century Fox, which owns “ACS” producers Fox 21 Television Studios and FX Productions.

“We’re excited to evolve our relationship with Fox and to bring their lauded content to our members around the world,” said Sean Carey, Netflix’s vice president of global television. “Given the popularity of the first season of ‘American Crime Story,’ we are thrilled to offer this acclaimed drama series to our members.”

The first season

Read more at: https://variety.com/2016/tv/news/netflix-people-v-oj-simpson-american-crime-story-fx-deal-1201822010/