Lifestyle programming specialist Dorsey Pictures, a Red Arrow Studios company, is expanding its development and production slate to include a number of true-crime series, documentary specials and pilots.
Dorsey Pictures has produced the documentary special Slenderman Stabbing: The Untold Story, which debuts on Reelz on January 26 at 8 p.m. The two-hour doc promises never-before-seen evidence. The company also has an upcoming true-crime series and special for Oxygen, as well as numerous other projects in development.
“Our unique view into the world of crime has been in the heartland, in small town and rural America where under-funded and overwhelmed law enforcement can make justice elusive…and where people sometimes take investigations and the law into their own hands,” said Chris Dorsey, founding partner of Dorsey Pictures. “That’s where characters and storytelling get really interesting and relatable.”
Read more at: https://worldscreen.com/tvreal/dorsey-expands-true-crime-roster/
I want to believe.
And so did people across America when the UFO frenzy hit its peak in the late 1940s and 50s.
There was so much interest in the possibility of alien life that the U.S. Air Force went to great efforts to try to debunk much of what people claimed they saw in the night sky via three projects starting in 1947, with the most famous being Project Blue Book.
Astrophysicist Dr. J Allen Hynek got recruited by the Air Force for all three projects, but while he at first relished in his role as the scientific debunker, his beliefs began to change when some of the cases he was investigating truly couldn’t be explained.
History Channel’s new 10-episode series delves into these real-life UFO cases, and on Project Blue Book Season 1 Episode 1, we start to see the shift in Hynek’s
Read more at: https://www.tvfanatic.com/2019/01/project-blue-book-season-1-episode-1-review-the-fuller-dogfight/
Television can get in on this “out with the old, in with the new” resolution game too. This is particularly true this season, as the early winter months of 2019 see both the end of beloved old shows and the beginnings of new ones to adore—plus a lot of stalwarts to ensure we’re kept company during the colder months.
Among beloved series premiering their final seasons soon are FXX’s You’re the Worst (premiering January 9) and Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (premiering January 25). Hot new contenders for favorites include Fox’s The Masked Singer (starting January 2), the Nat Geo miniseries Valley of the Boom, and HBO’s revamped True Detective (both starting January 13). There’s also more episodes of CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery (back January 17), Syfy’s The Magicians (back January 23), and Comedy Central’s Corporate (back January 14).
We’ll update this list as more dates become
Read more at: https://www.esquire.com/entertainment/tv/a25474067/winter-2018-2019-tv-premieres/
Are you wondering when all your favorite shows return to TV this winter? Then look no further, we’ve got you covered through spring. From the main broadcast networks like ABC, NBC and FOX to popular streaming services like Netflix, Hulu and Amazon, you’ll want to get your calendars out. We even included schedules for premium channels like HBO and Showtime, just to make life a little easier.
With A-listers now vying for top TV roles to streaming services at war with one another for content, the upcoming slate of original programming has proven to be more diverse than ever before. New reality shows like FOX’s “The Masked Singer” competition and the Cooking Channel’s highly buzzed about “Food Truck Nation,” will be hitting the digital airwaves as well in 2019.
New programming also means more reboots and spinoffs. “Roswell, New Mexico,” a reimagining of the 1999 fan-favorite “Roswell,” will debut on
Read more at: https://patch.com/us/across-america/winter-tv-premiere-dates-2019-guide-new-returning-shows
The 2018-19 TV season at the midway point, so here’s our annual list of midseason premiere dates for new and returning series. It covers hundreds of broadcast, cable and streaming programs debuting from January 1 through early May and includes shows that were on hiatus. Please send any additions or adjustments to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll update the list regularly as more dates are revealed.
The Gifted (Fox, Season 2B)
Lethal Weapon (Fox, Season 3B)
Comedians of the World (Netflix, new stand-up comedy series)
A Series of Unfortunate Events (Netflix, Season 3; final season)
My 600-lb Life (TLC, Season 7)
Family by the Ton (TLC, Season 2)
I Am Jazz (TLC, Season 5)
Married at First Sight (Lifetime, Season 8)
Bad Chad Customs (Discovery, new docuseries)
Abby Hatcher (Nickelodeon, new animated kids series)
365 Days of Love (Facebook Watch, new docuseries)
The Masked Singer (Fox, new singing competition series)
24 Hours to Hell and Back (Fox, Season 2)
Grown-ish (Freeform, Season 2)
Read more at: https://deadline.com/2018/12/midseason-tv-premiere-dates-2019-list-streaming-cable-broadcast-1202472294/
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On Tuesday, Netflix announced that they are developing a scripted series about the life and career of Latin music star Selena Quintanilla. The streaming giant describes the series as “a coming of age story following Selena as her dreams come true and all the heart-wrenching and life-changing choices she and her family have to make as they navigate success, family, and music.” Basically, it’s everything Selena fans could have asked for, and then some.
Selena: The Series is still in the early stages of development, so it will be a while before the series graces our Netflix queues. In the meantime, there are plenty of shows, movies, and TV specials about Selena out there, including the eponymous 1997 biopic starring Jennifer Lopez, a Murder Made
Read more at: https://decider.com/2018/12/12/selena-netflix-shows-movies-documentaries/
‘Donna Summer: Disco Queen’ Spotlights the Singer Whose Voice Shaped the 1970s
(Albuquerque, NM) Wednesday, December 12, 2018 — REELZ today announced new original programming for winter 2019 including four new specials, three new series and three returning series. Highlighting the specials is the U.S. premiere of Saturday Night Fever: The Ultimate Disco Movie celebrating the 40th anniversary of the movie shot guerrilla style on the streets of Brooklyn with a BeeGees soundtrack and a fledgling 23-year-old John Travolta that became a cultural phenomenon. At the heart of ‘70s disco fever is one of the biggest voices that shaped contemporary music in Donna Summer and the new special Donna Summer: Disco Queen shows how she became the queen of disco ushering in a new era of sound that is still heard today. Donna Summer: Disco Queen leads a week packed with ‘70s
Read more at: https://www.multichannel.com/pr-feed/reelz-kicks-off-winter-2019-slate-return-to-1970s
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom shocked fans, friends and family members in September of 2009, when they said “I do” after just one month of dating. And while their romance was a reality TV fairytale while it lasted, things soon turned very ugly for the famous duo.
In 2012, Odom, 39, had to receive treatment for his cocaine addiction, and one year later, a string of women came forward to accuse the NBA star of cheating on his wife. By the end of 2013, Kardashian, 34, had filed for divorce, but Odom, still in denial, refused to sign the papers.
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In 2015, Kardashian revealed on an episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians that she was still speaking to Odom despite being separated from him. The athlete was
Read more at: https://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebrity/docuseries-khloe-kardashian-lamar-odom-nastiest-scandals/
“She’s lying about everything,” Clint House claimed during Sunday night’s premiere of Casey Anthony: Her Friends Speak. The ex-roommate of the “most hated woman in America” opened up on Reelz about her demeanor following Caylee‘s disappearance.
“The thing that has driven me crazy was the fact that she was completely the same person during that time Caylee was missing,” he said. In fact, Clint claimed she even took part in a “hot body contest” during her daughter’s disappearance.
🚨Her roommates didn’t find out Caylee was missing until 31 days later | Find out what other lies Casey told during that infamous month | 🚨Casey Anthony: Her Friends Speak airing TONIGHT at 8ET|7PT
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Just four days after Caylee was last seen on July
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