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Kim Kardashian shares snap of sweet note her late dad Robert gave her


Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian has been getting all sentimental on Instagram (Picture: FilmMagic)

Kim Kardashian has been getting all sentimental on Instagram.

Turns out the mum-of-four is just like us and has a penchant for holding on to little things like notes and birthday cards.

And Kim was clearly going through some of her old stuff recently, as she shared a snap of a sweet handwritten note her late dad Robert Kardashian had left for her when they were living together.

It read: ‘Kim, I’m at Lawrey’s for Uncle Larry’s birthday. I have my pager I’ll be home around 10 or 11. I love you Daddy.’

Kim also shared pictures of cards she had given her dad Robert around 17 years ago on Father’s Day.

One card dating back to 2002 said: ‘Dad – I just want you to know how much

Read more at: https://metro.co.uk/2019/09/22/kim-kardashian-shares-sweet-handwritten-notes-late-dad-robert-10786031/

Oxygen to debut “The DNA of Murder with Paul Holes” from Wilshire Studios

Oxygen is slated to air The DNA of Murder with Paul Holes this fall with a 90-minute premiere on the NBCUniversal-owned women-targeted true crime channel.

The series is produced by NBCUniversal’s docuseries-focused prodco Wilshire Studios. Leane Vandeman, Jessica Grimshaw and Paul Holes serve as executive producers.

The DNA of Murder with Paul Holes follows the retired cold case investigator as he dives into unsolved homicides by analyzing the physical and emotional ‘DNA’ left behind during a violent interaction.

In an effort to zero in on the perpetrator, Holes leverages the latest technological advancements from familial and genetic genealogy to latent fingerprint and DNA phenotyping.

Holes travels around the U.S. working with local investigators and experts, including Loni Coombs, Yolanda McClary and Laura Richards, to explore new theories, potential suspects and evidence.

The 90-minute premiere delves into a 1980 murder in Willamsburg, Iowa, where two hotel guests were found bludgeoned to death in their room at a

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2019/09/20/oxygen-to-debut-the-dna-of-muder-with-paul-holes-from-wilshire-studios/

Reorg hits NBCUni lifestyle group

NBCUniversal’s Lifestyle Group is undergoing a significant restructure. Key operations of E! are being combined with Bravo, Oxygen and Universal Kids, with about 5% of the group’s workforce trimmed. The reorg includes the integration of E! and Bravo’s development teams under Rachel Smith, who’s currently SVP, Bravo Development. Jen Neal, previously EVP E! Marketing Live Events, has been promoted to GM, E! News, Live Events and Lifestyle Digital. E!’s EVP of Development and Production, Amy Introcaso-Davis, is exiting, while Betsy Slenzak, VP of Development, will be heading to NBCU’s upcoming streaming platform Peacock as VP of Development for Unscripted. “I’m confident that this new structure, which creates multi-brand roles, will allow us to continue to grow the business and optimize our internal talent,” wrote Frances Berwick, President of NBCUni’s lifestyle nets, in a memo to staff. “I believe this leadership team and new structure, along with the talented employees

Read more at: http://www.cynopsis.com/story/reorg-hits-nbcuni-lifestyle-group/

ESPN deepens Special Olympics ties

ESPN and Special Olympics are expanding their relationship in a new partnership extension that will see an additional eight-years of global programming and ESPN’s Global Presenting Sponsorship of Special Olympics Unified Sports. The new eight-year programming agreement will see ESPN continue as the Global Broadcast Partner of key Special Olympics events through 2027, including the World Games, World Winter Games and USA Games.

“The relationship between ESPN and Special Olympics spans nearly three and a half decades and has been built on a bedrock of shared belief in the power of sports to positively impact lives and make lasting change in the world” said Jimmy Pitaro, President of ESPN and co-Chair, Disney Media Networks. “In many ways, Special Olympics represents all that is great about sports.”

Read more at: http://www.cynopsis.com/story/espn-deepens-special-olympics-ties/

DAZN’s Comcast connection

DAZN’s latest deal makes the platform available to Comcast customers on Xfinity Flex and will be available over the Internet to millions more on Xfinity X1 this fall. The new agreement marks DAZN’s first distribution deal with a major US video and internet provider. “We’re thrilled to give our Xfinity X1 and Xfinity Flex customers access to DAZN’s live and on-demand programming starting this fall just in time for some of the most highly anticipated events in sports this year,” said Daniel Spinosa, Vice President, Entertainment Services for Comcast Cable. “With new content from partners like DAZN, coupled with our aggregated UI, X1 is the best way to experience live sports at home, and with Flex we can extend this great content, integrated experience and voice control to our Internet-only customers directly on their TVs.”

Read more at: http://www.cynopsis.com/story/dazns-comcast-connection/

Breaking News – Oxygen Debuts "The DNA of Murder with Paul Holes" on Saturday, October 12 at 7 PM ET/PT with a Special 90-Minute Series Premiere

OXYGEN DEBUTS “THE DNA OF MURDER WITH PAUL HOLES” ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12 AT 7 PM ET/PT WITH A SPECIAL 90-MINUTE SERIES PREMIERE

Series Stars Paul Holes, the Cold Case Investigator,
Who Helped Crack the Golden State Killer Case,
as he Looks to Solve Brutal Murders from Around the Country

New York, NY – September 19, 2019 – Oxygen, the destination for high-quality crime programming, heads right to the crime scene for a brand-new active investigation series “The DNA of Murder with Paul Holes” debuting Saturday, October 12 at 7 pm ET/PT with a special 90-minute series premiere. Holes is best known as the retired cold case investigator whose work was instrumental in identifying a suspect in the Golden State Killer case. For a sneak

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Is there a massive twist coming on American Horror Story: 1984?

If you’re a regular viewer of FX’s American Horror Story, you should be fairly used to having the rug pulled out from under you. The series has a history of subverting expectations, which makes AHS: 1984 all the more suspicious.

This latest installment, about a group of campers stalked by a key-loving killer named Mr. Jingles, premiered

Read more at: https://ew.com/tv/2019/09/19/american-horror-story-1984-massive-twist/

All About the Female Detective Duo Who Caught the Serial Rapist in Netflix’s Unbelievable

Detective Stacy Galbraith (left) and Sgt. Edna Hendershot

In Netflix’s popular and bingeable new series Unbelievable (which is based on a true story), an 18-year-old Lynnwood, Washington, woman named Marie is woken up one night in 2008 to find a ski-masked stranger on top of her.

The man binds her, gags her and

Read more at: https://people.com/crime/netflix-unbelievable-female-all-about-detectives/

All About the Female Detective Duo Who Caught the Serial Rapist in Netflix’s Unbelievable

Detective Stacy Galbraith (left) and Sgt. Edna Hendershot

In Netflix’s popular and bingeable new series Unbelievable (which is based on a true story), an 18-year-old Lynnwood, Washington, woman named Marie is woken up one night in 2008 to find a ski-masked stranger on top of her.

The man binds her, gags her and

Read more at: https://people.com/crime/netflix-unbelievable-female-all-about-detectives/

True crime on her mind

By
Bret McCabe

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Published

Fall 2019

In September 2012, journalist Rachel Monroe was lying on a mattress on the floor of an artists’ warehouse in Baltimore when she wandered into the online community of young girls obsessed with two teenage murderers. On the microblogging site Tumblr, Monroe came across page after page after page of photos of these two teen killers surrounded by digitally drawn hearts. She saw mash notes quoting from their diaries. She read fan fiction that imagined their lives. She was immersed in teenage girls’ expressing their monumental teenage girl feelings for two boys who had killed their high school peers. And Monroe fell into this internet wormhole because yet another teenage

Read more at: https://hub.jhu.edu/magazine/2019/fall/true-crime-on-her-mind/