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The Day – Foley, Annable took honest approaches to ‘Final Vision …

Scott Foley’s approach to acting starts the same way no matter the project. He believes it is his job to tell the most complete story possible through his performance. As in the case of the Investigation Discovery film “Final Vision,” which airs at 10 p.m. Sunday, Foley finds the script has most of what he needs but he continues to dig just a little deeper. 

What he found with the made-for-cable film is a script based on the true story of the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history. Jeffrey MacDonald (Foley) is a handsome, Ivy League-educated U.S. Army Green Beret doctor who was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two young daughters in 1970. The story is told through the eyes of best-selling author Joe McGinniss (Dave Annable), who was approached by MacDonald to write a book about his personal nightmare as he was about to go to

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Foley, Annable took honest approaches to ‘Final Vision’

Scott Foley’s approach to acting starts the same way no matter the project. He believes it is his job to tell the most complete story possible through his performance. As in the case of the Investigation Discovery film “Final Vision,” which airs at 10 p.m. Sunday, Foley finds the script has most of what he needs but he continues to dig just a little deeper. 

What he found with the made-for-cable film is a script based on the true story of the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history. Jeffrey MacDonald (Foley) is a handsome, Ivy League-educated U.S. Army Green Beret doctor who was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two young daughters in 1970. The story is told through the eyes of best-selling author Joe McGinniss (Dave Annable), who was approached by MacDonald to write a book about his personal nightmare as he was about to go to

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TV: Actors took honest approaches to ‘Final Vision’

Scott Foley’s approach to acting starts the same way, no matter the project. He believes it is his job to tell the most complete story possible through his performance. As in the case of the Investigation Discovery film “Final Vision,” Foley finds the script has most of what he needs, but he continues to dig just a little deeper.

What he found with the made-for-cable film is a script based on the true story of the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history. Jeffrey MacDonald (Foley) is a handsome, Ivy League-educated U.S. Army Green Beret doctor who was convicted of brutally murdering his pregnant wife and two young daughters in 1970. The story is told through the eyes of best-selling author Joe McGinniss (Dave Annable), who was approached by

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Ron Goldman’s Family Feels ‘Frustration’ as OJ Simpson Approaches Possible Prison Release

On the eve of a hearing Thursday that could release O.J. Simpson from a Nevada prison, the family of murder victim Ronald Goldman is expressing “frustration” at the possible outcome.

Goldman was killed — along with Simpson’s wife, Nicole Brown Simpson — in the high-profile 1994 double-slaying for which Simpson was acquitted a year later. The former football star subsequently was judged liable for the deaths in a civil case brought by the two victims’ families.

Then, in 2008, O.J. Simpson, now 69, was convicted for his role in the armed robbery and kidnapping of two sports-memorabilia dealers in Las Vegas, in a case where his sentence of 9-to-33 years in prison is now up for review by the Nevada prison parole board. He could be set free as early as October.

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Princess Diana: The anniversary approaches




You know how O.J. Simpson became famous all over again last year, after FX’s “The People vs. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story” and the documentary “O.J.: Made in America”? Well Princess Diana is about to have her reboot moment, as a number of Diana-related TV projects are in the works.

First, in May, ABC will air “The Last 100 Days of Diana,” a two-hour documentary special hosted by Martin Bashir. The focus will be her final summer, when she was divorced from Prince Charles and romantically involved with Hasnat Khan and Dodi al-Fayed. She died in a car crash, with al-Fayed, at the age of 36. According to ABC, interviewees will include her butler, her chef, her press secretary, and her trainer. (No word yet

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