Category Archives: Investigation Discovery Channel

What to Watch on Saturday: A Kellie Pickler Hallmark movie and some seriously good true crime

Christmas in Graceland (8 p.m., Hallmark) – North Carolina’s own Kellie Pickler stars as a working Chicago mom who brings her kids with her on a business trip to Memphis so they can all visit Graceland during the week before Christmas. But she is thrown for a loop when she bumps into Clay (Wes Brown), an old flame from her days as a singer in college. The movie was shot on location at Graceland, the Memphis home of Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll.

Return to Christmas Creek (9 p.m., Hallmark Movies Mysteries) – After being told her new holiday app lacked Christmas spirit, a young CEO returns to her hometown to rediscover the meaning of the holidays. Stephen Huszar, Tori Anderson and Steven Weber star.

One Crazy Christmas (9 p.m., BET HER) – An original Christmas movie about a successful, divorced attorney who

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Now Casting: HBO Series ‘Watchmen’ Is Seeking Background Actors + 3 More Gigs

The weather outside might be frightful, but the gigs in today’s roundup are delightful! HBO’s upcoming series “Watchmen,” based on the comic book series of the same name, is casting Atlanta background actors for an end-of-the-month shoot. Plus, more great gigs throughout the country.

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The upcoming HBO series “Watchmen,” based on the comic book series of the same name, continues background casting. Talent, aged 18–65, is wanted to portray police officers in the series. Filming will take place from Nov. 28–30 in Atlanta, Georgia. Pay is $75 for eight hours. Apply here!

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Casting is underway for the next episode of the Investigation Discovery true-crime series “Evil Lives Here.” Talent, aged 13–75, is wanted for several lead and supporting

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Realscreen » Archive » ID readies Lucky 8′s cold case series …

True crime net Investigation Discovery is prepping a six-part series that will follow an active investigation by a cold case task force in real time.

Produced by New York-headquartered Lucky 8 TV, Killer Unknown follows the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) Cold Case Task Force as it opens 31 unsolved cases in Tulsa County, starting with the 1973 murder of 38-year-old Veda Woodson, and the 1998 murder of 16-year-old Dena Ann Dean.

In the early 70s, Woodson was driving home from work when her car broke down on the side of the road. A vehicle pulled up behind her, at which point Woodson was physically dragged from the car, raped and strangled to death. Woodson’s body was found the next day in a nearby field by her brothers.

Decades after Woodson’s disappearance, 16-year-old Dean vanished without a trace after failing to return home after curfew. Her body was found six days later in a local

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ID readies Lucky 8′s cold case series “Killer Unknown”

True crime net Investigation Discovery is prepping a six-part series that will follow an active investigation by a cold case task force in real time.

Produced by New York-headquartered Lucky 8 TV, Killer Unknown follows the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) Cold Case Task Force as it opens 31 unsolved cases in Tulsa County, starting with the 1973 murder of 38-year-old Veda Woodson, and the 1998 murder of 16-year-old Dena Ann Dean.

In the early 70s, Woodson was driving home from work when her car broke down on the side of the road. A vehicle pulled up behind her, at which point Woodson was physically dragged from the car, raped and strangled to death. Woodson’s body was found the next day in a nearby field by her brothers.

Decades after Woodson’s disappearance, 16-year-old Dean vanished without a trace after failing to return home after curfew. Her body was found six days later in a local

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2018/11/06/id-readies-lucky-8s-cold-case-series-killer-unknown/

INTERVIEW: Investigation Discovery looks back at ‘Gypsy’s Revenge’

Photo: Gypsy Rose Blanchard is the subject of the new documentary Gypsy’s Revenge. Photo courtesy of Investigation Discovery / Provided by PR team with permission.


Investigation Discovery, which has cornered the market on true-crime documentaries, will air its new special, Gypsy’s Revenge, Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 9 p.m. The film looks at the tragic and unsettling case of Dee Dee Blanchard and Gypsy Rose Blanchard, a mother and daughter will unfortunately live in headline infamy.

According to a press release from the network, Dee Dee was killed in her own home, and, although it baffled people who knew them, the spotlight eventually turned to her daughter, Gypsy Rose. This is the same daughter who for years was falsely led to believe she was chronically ill with a terminal disease. The case started out as a series of horrible, abusive lies told by her mother (Munchausen syndrome by proxy is the

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Two Time Academy Award Winner Barbara Kopple’s A MURDER IN MANSFIELD To Premiere On Investigation Discovery

Two Time Academy Award Winner Barbara Kopple's A MURDER IN MANSFIELD To Premiere On Investigation Discovery

Two-time Oscar®-winning director Barbara Kopple has partnered with America’s leading true-crime network, Investigation Discovery (ID) to explore the legacy of the notorious 1989 murder of Noreen Boyle in Mansfield, Ohio in the new documentary, A MURDER IN MANSFIELD. The film chronicles Noreen’s son Collier’s journey for answers and peace in the aftermath of his mother’s death nearly three decades ago. A MURDER IN MANSFIELD will have its national television debut exclusively on Investigation Discovery on November 17, 2018 at 9 pm.

Eleven-year-old Collier Boyle and his family lived comfortably in Mansfield, until New Year’s Eve in 1989, when Collier’s father, Dr. Jack Boyle, murdered Noreen, his wife of 20 years. With only circumstantial evidence connecting Dr. Boyle to the crime, Collier’s devastating testimony was the key to convicting him. Now, more

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Tamron Hall Wasn’t Sad To Kiss ‘Today’ Goodbye And Is Super Excited About Her New Work! (EXCLUSIVE)

She lost her co-anchoring gig on Today when NBC replaced her with Megyn Kelly, but don’t cry for Tamron Hall. “They use the phrase ‘infotainment,’” she exclusively told Closer Weekly — in the magazine’s latest issue, on newsstands now! — of the morning show at The Paley Center for Media Presents True Crime, the ID Way event recently held in NYC.

The journalist prefers covering crimes for the cable network Investigation Discovery. “It makes me feel real,” Tamron, whose sister was murdered in 2004 (the case remains unsolved) said. “It doesn’t make me feel like I’m in some fake bubble of a life.”

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She added that she gets recognized more for her work on ID than she ever did for Today. “I was in Colombia and all these women kept saying, ‘Crime Lady, Crime Lady!’” she

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Things to Do in DC This Weekend (November 1-4): DC Beer Fest, Capital City Go-Go’s First Game, and Smithsonian …

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1

MUSEUMS The Hirshhorn is presenting three interactive tech installations from Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Pulse series. The exhibit will fill the second floor with environments that create different experiences based on visitors’ biometric data collected via heart-rate sensors. One installation will project fingerprint and heart rate data from 10,000 of its previous visitors; the other two will turn biometric data into ripples or pulsing light bulbs. Through April 28.

FILM The Goethe-Institut Washington’s 26th Film|Neu festival will show new films from Germany, Austria, and Switzerland at Landmark’s E Street Cinema. The opening film, 3 Days in Quiberon (3 Tage in Quiberon), is a fictionalized portrait of actress Romy Schneider based on a photoshoot and interview with the actress a year before her death. That screening will be followed by a discussion with producer Karsten Stöter. Note: all films have English subtitles. Through November 4. $12.50 – $27.50.

FILM Local LGBTQ

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Investigation Discovery Presents New Series BODY CAM

Investigation Discovery Presents New Series BODY CAM

Taking viewers on the ultimate ride-along, Investigation Discovery announces BODY CAM, a gripping new series that gives viewers their own eyewitness look at the life-or-death instant decisions of policework, as told by officers’ own body camera footage. Offering an immersive portrayal of life on the streets, BODY CAM engages a unique storytelling technique combining the body camera footage with first-hand accounts to virtually place viewers in harrowing moments as the suspense builds and the tension rises. Each episode tells multiple stories of those who vowed to protect and serve in unflinching detail, offering viewers their own personal perspective of officers in life-threatening circumstances. From domestic disputes to ambushes and traffic stops gone dangerously awry, BODY CAM profiles just how quickly seemingly routine situations can escalate into tragic altercations. Produced by Arrow Media, the unfiltered, suspenseful, and heart pounding 10-part

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