It’s the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history, which is why, more than 30 years after the classic miniseries Fatal Vision aired on NBC, Investigation Discovery is taking another look at the Jeffrey MacDonald murder saga with the new film Final Vision.
Starring Scandal’s Scott Foley as MacDonald, the Green Beret and Ivy league-educated doctor who was convicted of the 1970 murder of his pregnant wife and their two daughters, and Brothers Sisters alum Dave Annable as Joe McGinniss, the bestselling author MacDonald sought out to help prove his innocence, Final Vision takes another look at MacDonald’s murder trial and the relationship between the men.
What began with MacDonald giving McGinniss extended interviews and full access to his defense team and the trial
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Actor Jeremy Piven talks about his new show on CBS and the real star of the primetime crime drama: a fictional computer app named ‘Sophe.’
Crowd-sourced crime fighting sounds like a great idea — until over-eager citizen sleuths wrongly identify an innocent person, creating havoc or worse in that person’s life.
That tension is the premise of a new CBS drama, Wisdom of the Crowd, which airs Sunday night at 8 PM starting Oct. 1.
Actor Jeremy Piven is billed as the new lead of
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Errol Morris has built a career around eccentric real-life figures, from pet cemetery managers to executioners, but in recent years his track record has been spotty. His portrait of photographer Elsa Dorfman (“The B-Side”) and a two-hour interrogation session with Donald Rumsfeld (“The Unknown Known”) weren’t duds so much as routine efforts from a filmmaker who excels at peculiar investigations into the whims of human behavior. As if making up for missed time, Morris pairs one of his best subjects in years with his most ambitious work to date, “Wormwood,” a six-part Netflix miniseries that screened in its entirety at the Telluride Film Festival in advance of its December premiere on the platform.
While much of Morris’ sensibilities comes through in this sprawling tale of government cover-ups and idiosyncratic loners, it’s also a radical break from the dense, interview-driven approach
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The Dancing with the Stars crew filmed a rehearsal between country singer Jana Kramer and her professional partner Gleb Savchenko in Granger.
Kramer was in the area for a performance at Legends of Notre Dame on September 2nd. While in town, the pair rehearsed at DanceSport Academy of Granger.
Owner Rachel Len has been at the Florence Avenue location for only two months, she was thrilled to host the show.
“It’s so great because I feel like Dancing With The Stars just gives people exposure to what ballroom dancing is and it very much shows that you can never dance before and then six weeks later you’re on the floor in rhinestones,” said Len.
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