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What to Watch on Monday: ‘Horror at the Cecil Hotel’ looks at Elisa Lam case

Horror at the Cecil Hotel (10 p.m., Investigation Discovery) – The second episode of this true crime series about bad stuff that has gone down at the Cecil Hotel focuses on Elisa Lam, who went missing and was found floating in the hotel’s water tank.

Also on tonight . . .

Me, Myself and I (9:30 p.m., CBS) – Midlife Alex contemplates leaving his partnership with Darryl, while older Alex meets Eleanor’s fiance.

Cameraperson (10 p.m., UNC-TV) – In this POV documentary, a boxing match in Brooklyn, postwar life in Bosnia and the days of a Nigerian midwife are just a few scenes captured by cinematographer Kirsten Johnson during her career.

The Brave (10 p.m., NBC) – Dalton’s team heads to Nigeria to assist an ambassador who is in danger.

Read more at: http://www.newsobserver.com/entertainment/tv/warm-tv-blog/article179772946.html

‘Bobbi Kristina’: Will Nick Gordon Watch TV One True Story Movie? Was Bathtub Death Murder?

Will Bobbi Kristina’s ex Nick Gordon watch TV One’s Bobbi Kristina true-story movie based on her 2015 bathtub death? TV One will air a riveting dramatization about Bobbi Kristina Brown’s relationship with lover Nick Gordon and mother Whitney Houston. Details of Bobbi Kristina’s sad funeral and a re-enactment of how she really died will also be exposed in the movie. Father Bobby Brown tangled with TV One to stop Bobbi Kristina from airing on the network. However, a judge recently ruled against the star. His daughter’s tragic story shocked fans after she was discovered lying face down and unresponsive in her bathtub months before she died.

 

Bobbi Kristina, the TV One television movie, stars Joy Rovaris, Nadji Jeter, Vivica A. Fox, Demetria McKinney, and Hassan Johnson.

Bobbi Kristina introduces us to the girl you thought you knew and the woman you never got to see.

 

Bobbi Kristina Movie: An Eerie History Repeats Itself

Bobby Brown didn’t want the Bobbi Kristina

Read more at: https://tvcrimesky.com/2017/10/07/bobbi-kristina-will-nick-gordon-watch-tv-one-true-story-movie-was-bathtub-death-murder/820

Watch Law and Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders s1e2 online

The Law Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders story deepens Tuesday. Here’s how you can watch season 1, episode 2 live, on TV and online.

Law Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders arrived with a splash last week, and the NBC series continues to dig into the story of the Menendez murders in Tuesday’s second episode.

Season 1, episode 2 is called “Episode 2” and sees the focus of the case officially shift to the Menendez brothers. Erik Menendez (Gus Halper), last seen having a panic attack in the family home, is the first to collapse and confesses to his therapist Dr. Jerome Oziel (a perfectly off kilter Josh Charles). That thrusts Oziel into the spotlight, and he doesn’t want to be there. Is it going to be every man for themselves?

NBC is looking for a big hit with Law Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders,

Read more at: https://fansided.com/2017/10/03/watch-law-and-order-true-crime-menendez-murders-episode-2-online-live-stream/

Watch Law and Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders s1e2 …

The Law Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders story deepens Tuesday. Here’s how you can watch season 1, episode 2 live, on TV and online.

Law Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders arrived with a splash last week, and the NBC series continues to dig into the story of the Menendez murders in Tuesday’s second episode.

Season 1, episode 2 is called “Episode 2” and sees the focus of the case officially shift to the Menendez brothers. Erik Menendez (Gus Halper), last seen having a panic attack in the family home, is the first to collapse and confesses to his therapist Dr. Jerome Oziel (a perfectly off kilter Josh Charles). That thrusts Oziel into the spotlight, and he doesn’t want to be there. Is it going to be every man for themselves?

NBC is looking for a big hit with Law Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders,

Read more at: https://fansided.com/2017/10/03/watch-law-and-order-true-crime-menendez-murders-episode-2-online-live-stream/

What to Watch on Tuesday: ‘This Is Us’ and the new ‘Law & Order True Crime’ on NBC

This is Us (9 p.m., NBC) – In the second season start, Jack and Rebecca deal with the fallout of their big fight.

Also on tonight . . .

NCIS (8 p.m., CBS) – Season 15 starts with the team searching for Gibbs and McGee two months after they went missing in Paraguay. “NCIS New Orleans” starts Season 4 at 10.

Lethal Weapon (8 p.m., Fox) – Following a very strong first season, Murtaugh and Riggs pick up in Mexico, where Riggs hopes to finish off Tito Flores.

The Vietnam War (8 p.m., PBS) – In part 8, President Nixon begins withdrawing American troops from Vietnam.

Read more at: http://www.newsobserver.com/entertainment/tv/warm-tv-blog/article175370171.html

Want to watch “American Horror Story” without commercials? FX Networks has a plan for that

By Lucas Shaw, Bloomberg News

Tired of people watching its shows on Netflix and Amazon, FX Networks is persuading pay-TV operators to sell an alternative: FX+, a paid service offering hits “American Horror Story” and “Atlanta” without advertisements.

The network on Monday announced plans to make FX+ available for $5.99 a month to the 4 million or so people who pay Cox Communications Inc., which joins Comcast Corp. in selling the service. FX, owned by 21st Century Fox Inc., is in the process of making deals with other pay-TV providers that will be announced in the coming months.

FX Networks CEO John Landgraf created FX+ so customers could watch all his shows on demand without decamping for Hulu, Amazon and Netflix, of which he’s a frequent critic. Landgraf, who witnessed the TV business fret about the video cassette recorder and digital video recorder, has said Netflix is far more dangerous. Netflix has paid

Read more at: http://www.denverpost.com/2017/09/25/american-horror-story-fx-networks-no-commercials/

[WATCH] ‘Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders’ Review …

There is a point in  Law Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders where the Eddie Falco-portrayed Leslie Abramson assures Gus Halper’s Erik Menendez that, as his defense lawyer, she won’t let him be rolled over by the cops and prosecutors for the killing of his parents. Unfortunately, with too many distracting wigs, monologues and a lack of drama, NBC’s latest outcropping of Dick Wolf’s empire that premieres September 26 does try to roll you, and that’s a real TV crime.

A clear attempt to capture some of the lightning in a bottle from FX’s 2016 Emmy-sweeping The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, the eight-episode Menendez Murders centers on the sordid tale of brothers Lyle and Erik Menendez. Citing sexual abuse and more as a defense, the duo finally was found guilty in 1996 of the first-degree murder of their wealthy

Read more at: http://deadline.com/2017/09/law-order-true-crime-the-menendez-murders-review-eddie-falco-josh-charles-dick-wolf-nbc-video-1202174702/

Netflix’s American Vandal Is A Must-Watch True Crime Parody Of Making A Murderer And Others

It takes a while (at least it did for me), but eventually, you realize that the dicks are not the joke. Are they funny? Sure, but they are not the meat of the show. No, the beauty of American Vandal is the fact that it does not deconstruct shows like Making A Murderer or Serial; it embraces them. This show does not poke fun at the constant dead-ends, left turns, and false narratives that consistently pop up on its more serious counterparts. Instead, it takes those tropes and crafts its own version of them. Yes, the penises are funny, but the emotional impact that this ride has on Dylan and the Oceanside community is the core through line that carries the show. It is as if somebody combined the best elements of Rian Johnson’s Brick and Superbad, and then added a found footage/documentary layer to it. On paper,

Read more at: http://www.cinemablend.com/television/1704250/netflixs-american-vandal-is-a-must-watch-true-crime-parody-of-making-a-murderer-and-others

Netflix’s American Vandal Is A Must-Watch True Crime Parody Of …

It takes a while (at least it did for me), but eventually, you realize that the dicks are not the joke. Are they funny? Sure, but they are not the meat of the show. No, the beauty of American Vandal is the fact that it does not deconstruct shows like Making A Murderer or Serial; it embraces them. This show does not poke fun at the constant dead-ends, left turns, and false narratives that consistently pop up on its more serious counterparts. Instead, it takes those tropes and crafts its own version of them. Yes, the penises are funny, but the emotional impact that this ride has on Dylan and the Oceanside community is the core through line that carries the show. It is as if somebody combined the best elements of Rian Johnson’s Brick and Superbad, and then added a found footage/documentary layer to it. On paper,

Read more at: http://www.cinemablend.com/television/1704250/netflixs-american-vandal-is-a-must-watch-true-crime-parody-of-making-a-murderer-and-others

Will ‘Feud’ Be On Netflix? The Thoughtful Drama Deserves A Re-Watch

Whether or not you could handle re-watching the historic pettiness between Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, it’s hard to deny that  Ryan Murphy’s Feud: Bette and Joan is entertaining and visually stunning. And now that Feud and its talent scored 2017 Emmy nominations, it’s the perfect time to re-visit the drama. But will Feud be available on Netflix so you can do so?

In true Murphy fashion, the premiere installment of the anthology series, which debuted on FX in March, was perfectly campy, popping with 1960s Hollywood scenery and snarky dialogue. Although focused on the starlets’ infamous rivalry, the show also put a spotlight on important issues like the toxicity of males running the entertainment industry. On top of all of that, Feud had a stunning cast, led by veterans Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon, with supporting roles by Judy Davis, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Kathy Bates. However,

Read more at: https://www.bustle.com/p/will-feud-be-on-netflix-the-thoughtful-drama-deserves-a-re-watch-2362757