Forensic Files (1996-2011)
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Profiling intriguing crimes, accidents, and outbreaks of disease from around the world. Follow coroners, medical examiners, law enforcement personnel and legal experts as they seek the answers to baffling and mysterious cases, which have been ripped from the headlines.
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‘JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass’ Review: Oliver Stone Doubles Down on the Mother of All Conspiracy Theories
- 12 July 2021
- by Owen Gleiberman
“JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass” lives up to its title. Directed by Oliver Stone, it’s a kind of documentary companion-piece sequel to “JFK,” and yes, it takes you through the looking glass again. There are moments when it gives you that heady, tingling, oh-my-God-i-have-seen-the-truth-that-was-hidden! sensation of revelatory immersion, the kind that hits you when you’re confronted with an autopsy photo in which a wound is said to have mysteriously disappeared, or when you’re staring at a declassified page from the Warren Commission Report in which Gerald Ford, with a few penciled-in words, literally shifts by six inches the place where the first bullet entered JFK. At moments like that, you feel the frisson of the junkie-hit injections that conspiracy theory is built upon. They’re the moments you can feel yourself slipping through the looking glass, or down the rabbit hole, or wherever else it isSee full article at Variety »
Obsessed with true crime series?! Binge watch these 5 gripping true crime series
- 15 June 2021
- by Glamsham Editorial
The reverent Mark Twain once said, truth is stranger than fiction. His words strike the right chord than ever with ‘true crime’ igniting curiosity amongst the viewers. Equal parts interesting and terrifying, audiences are devouring the fast-paced mystery of real-life crimes unraveling on the screen. From giving you a sneak peek into the inner workings of criminally insane, to presenting edgy and mystery induced drama, these crime docuseries will keep you gripped till the end.
Here is a listicle of a few captivating true crime shows across on Ott.
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This arresting TV series investigates the most harrowing crimes against innocent youngsters. These unsolved crimes have made it to the national headlines, uncovering the daunting questions behind them. The team’s quest to find the truth leads to unexpected breakthroughs no one saw coming in their wildest dreams. Witness families pursue justice as journalists probe the mystery of these shocking crimes.
Q&a with Initiation Director/Co-Writer John Berardo
- 07 May 2021
- by Derek Anderson
A college campus becomes the hunting ground for a masked murderer in John Berardo's Initiation, and with the new murder mystery now playing in theaters and available On Demand and Digital, we caught up with Berardo in a new Q&a feature to discuss taking a unique approach to the slasher subgenre, working with a talented cast (including Yancy Butler and Lochlyn Munro), and the self-reflective nature of the killer's mask in Initiation.
Thanks for taking the time to answer questions for us, John, and congratulations on your new movie, Initiation! What sparked the idea for Initiation, and how long did it take you, Brian Frager, and Lindsay Lavanchy to write the script?
John Berardo: Thank you for promoting the movie! We're all so excited, it’s been a long time coming. The evolution of the idea and script happened in many different stages throughout the years. The initial
True Crime Classic ‘The Staircase’ to Become HBO Max Limited Series Starring Colin Firth
- 31 March 2021
- by Daniel Kreps
- Rolling Stone
The true crime classic The Staircase, Netflix’s docuseries about novelist Michael Peterson and the suspicious death of his wife Kathleen, is set to become an HBO Max limited series, with Colin Firth cast as Peterson.
The streaming service and Annapurna Television announced the upcoming series Wednesday, with The Devil All the Time director Antonio Campos and co-showrunner Maggie Cohn leading the project
“This has been a project I have been working on in one way or another since 2008,” Campos, who will helm six of the limited series’ eight episodes,
Jenny Lewis, Serengeti Share Quarantine Video for ‘Idiot’
- 10 March 2021
- by Claire Shaffer
- Rolling Stone
Jenny Lewis and Serengeti have released their third quarantine collaboration, “Idiot.” Produced by Lewis and Andrew Broder, the track features Lewis singing a hook over a hip-hop beat (“I’m an idiot/Forget oblivion/Joan Didion/Pacific Ocean blue”) while Serengeti raps a verse that, as he describes, is “about a man who gets knocked out by his mom’s boyfriend and then reconnects with his high school girlfriend.”
“These songs with Dave [Serengeti] start with a late-night feeling and access to — because of where we’re at right now in
Redbox Launches Free on Demand Movie Streaming Service
- 09 December 2020
- by Jeremy Dick
Redbox has taken another step forward in the streaming market by launching Free On Demand, a new ad-supported streaming service hosted by the famous video rental company. Featuring titles that are "curated to the tastes of Redbox audiences," the Free On Demand service will deliver hundreds of options every week for people to watch free of charge.
At launch, some of the first titles offered by Redbox's Free On Demand streaming service include Trespass, Lord of War, The Illusionist, Haywire, and Maggie. The company also says that the weekly mix will cover "fan favorites, cult classics, and popular titles" alike.
"Today's audiences are fueling an unprecedented demand for premium quality on-demand content that is free with advertising. We expect to see continued growth in AVOD, making Free On Demand a significant addition to our free streaming platform," Chris Yates, Gm of Redbox On Demand, said in a statement.
Jenny Lewis and Serengeti Collaborate on New Song ‘Unblu’
- 02 December 2020
- by Daniel Kreps
- Rolling Stone
Jenny Lewis and Chicago rapper Serengeti have shared their surprise new song “Unblu,” the first track in a series of collaborations between the two artists.
“Music to dance around your living room in a Day-Glo bathing suit to,” the pair said of the track in a statement. “Music to go bananas to while watching the news and Forensic Files on mute.”
“Unblu,” co-produced by Lewis and Andrew Broder, features Serengeti’s near-spoken verses around Lewis’ piano-and-beats soundscape, with the singer also delivering the track’s hook, giving the track a
FilmRise Sets Nancy Grace True Crime Series ‘Bloodline Detectives’ As First Original
- 14 August 2020
- by Jill Goldsmith
Exclusive: FilmRise, the Brooklyn-based film and TV distributor, is launching its first original production, forensic investigative series Bloodline Detectives hosted by Nancy Grace with Peninsula Television in partnership with Sky Studios.
Genesis TV will syndicate the 20-episode series, which features criminal investigations using familial DNA. It will premiere nationwide Oct. 3 on stations reaching nearly 90% of the country followed by a roll out on streaming platforms in 2021.
FilmRise is heavily into true crime, distributing the original Robert Stack-hosted Unsolved Mysteries, and Forensic Files, one of its first major acquisitions, to streamers. The company’s CEO Danny Fisher called the genre “a space whose audience we understand well.”
Its new series will unpack cold case murder investigations solved through Familial DNA Search, a growing branch of forensics where detectives trace an unknown criminal through a relative’s DNA. It was used to find the Golden State Killer, Joseph James DeAngelo Jr.
‘Unsolved Mysteries’: The O.G. of True Crime Returns With Gritty Netflix Reboot
- 02 July 2020
- by Daniel Kreps
- Rolling Stone
The O.G. of TV true crime has returned. Before there was Making a Murderer, Tiger King, The Jinx, and Serial, the nation’s fix for real-life murder tales came in weekly doses courtesy of Unsolved Mysteries, which ran interrupted from 1987 to 2002. Since the series left airwaves, the genre has grown into a powerhouse: Some networks dedicate their entire programming slate to it (hi, Oxygen), and streaming services rely on true-crime for viral hits.
Yet, 33 years after its debut, old episodes of Unsolved Mysteries remain a profoundly bingeable experience, thanks
‘Unsolved Mysteries’ Review: Netflix’s Reboot Would Benefit From Being Closer to the Original
- 01 July 2020
- by Kristen Lopez
In 1987, host Robert Stack informed and frightened a generation as host of the series “Unsolved Mysteries.” Using both re-enactments with actors (including a pre-fame Matthew McConaughey) and Stack’s sonorous voice, viewers were told two stories a week, ranging from murders and abductions, to the reunification of families, to supernatural examinations of haunted houses and ghosts.
Every week I watched, I’d be frightened — and inspired that I, too, could help solve a mystery. The series changed networks and timeslots before being canceled in 2002; Robert Stack passed away in 2003. A short-lived reboot hosted by Dennis Farina ran from 2008 to 2010. The afterlife has been kind to the original show; there was a syndicated run Lifetime; it is available on PlutoTV; updated episodes are streaming on Amazon Prime Video.
So when Netflix announced another reboot, it came with a lot of baggage already attached. This new version of “Unsolved Mysteries” certainly tries
The Best True Crime Documentaries On Hulu
The true-crime genre has taken Americans by storm. Over the last decade especially, the genre has dominated the cultural zeitgeist, generating movies, TV shows, and fascinating podcasts. From Forensic Files to Making A Murderer to Tiger King, it is clear this genre is here to stay. Most people rely on cable or Netflix to get their true-crime fixes, but people are always seeking out sources for more binge-worthy content, so the time has come to add Hulu to the list of true-crime show providers.
Related: 10 Of The Best Crime Docuseries (According To IMDb)
The streaming service has a wealth of solid crime-related shows and movies that will satisfy anyone who can list the most studied serial killers of the 20th century. Here is a list of the best true-crime documentaries on Hulu.
Updated on January 29th, 2021 by Kristen Palamara: Documentaries continue to be a popular genre where unique truthful stories can be portrayed in movies.
‘Forensic Files II’ Renewed for 2 More Seasons at Hln
- 12 May 2020
- by Margeaux Sippell
- The Wrap
Hln has renewed “Forensic Files II” for two more seasons and a total of 32 more episodes.
The reboot of the popular crime series premiered earlier this year after the original “Forensic Files” went off the air in 2011. “Forensic Files II” is narrated by actor Bill Camp, who will return for seasons two and three. Each season will consist of 16 half-hour episodes.
Executive produced by Nancy Duffy, the reboot picks up where the original series left off, staying true to the original format, content, and continuity while using advancements in investigative technology and production.
The new episodes are set to air in 2021.
Also Read: 'Crime Junkie' Host Ashley Flowers on Her Fascination With True Crime and Her Favorite Podcasts
The investigational docuseries is produced by CNN Program Development and airs exclusively on Hln. The network also has exclusive cable rights to the original “Forensic Files,” and was granted additional rights to
'Forensic Files II' Renewed for Two More Seasons on Hln
Pleased with the success of their effort to reboot the cult classic show Forensic Files, in which cold cases are solved in a breezy 30 minutes, Hln has decided to produce two more seasons of the criminal procedural Forensic Files II.
The next 16-episode season will be released in 2021, following the February 2020 launch of the refreshed version, with another 16-episode season to follow.
CNN executive Ken Jautz, who oversees WarnerMedia cable network Hln, said Forensic Files II "exceeded expectations and was an unequivocal hit among viewers."
The second and third seasons will be narrated again by the new voice ...
‘The Masked Singer’ Reveals the Identity of the Banana: Here’s the Star Under the Mask
- 23 April 2020
- by Michael Schneider
Spoiler Alert: Do not read ahead if you have not watched Season 3, episode 13 of “The Masked Singer,” which aired April 22 on Fox.
Talk about timing. Rocker Bret Michaels was the latest celebrity to be revealed on “The Masked Singer” — and it happened to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the Poison frontman’s brain hemorrhage that left him in intensive care for nearly two weeks.
Michaels, who performed as the Banana on “Masked Singer,” marveled at what he called “the irony, not knowing that these two dates would ever line up on any level, but here it is April 22, and the song selection I chose came down to two songs, and I went with ‘Knocking on Heaven’s Door’ to sing tonight… Exactly as this show aired is when I was in emergency room, in the operating room, they were operating on my brain. And I’m singing that song.
Peacock Streaming Lineup: What’s Coming to Comcast Now, and What’s Coming Later
- 14 April 2020
- by Todd Spangler
Comcast and NBCUniversal are pushing Peacock out of the nest starting Wednesday, April 15, promising to unfurl a rich plume of 15,000-plus hours of streaming content, first for the cable giant’s own TV and internet customers.
Peacock is then slated to be available across the U.S. on July 15 — while NBCU is mulling the possibility of moving that up sooner — in various three tiers across mobile, web and connected-tv devices: paid with ads ($4.99 monthly); paid with no ads ($9.99 monthly); and completely free with ads with a truncated content lineup. With the national launch, Comcast (and Cox) subscribers also will have the option to get an ad-free version of the service for an additional $5 per month.
So what’s on the menu? Peacock will include live and on-demand content across current and past TV shows, movies, news, and late night programming, with some live sports once they resume post-pandemic. Most of
Fox Buys Ad-Supported Streaming Service Tubi in $440 Million Cash Deal
- 17 March 2020
- by Tim Baysinger
- The Wrap
Fox has acquired the ad-supported streaming service Tubi in a $440 million cash deal.
Tubi will remain as a separate company, with founder and CEO Farhad Massoudi staying on. The deal is expected to close by the end of June.
Tubi offers a wide selection of free shows and movies; the service, if you head to its homepage currently, highlights “The Last Samurai,” “Daddy Day Care,” and Gordon Ramsay’s “Hell’s Kitchen” among its most popular selections. The San Francisco-based Tubi will serve as a landing spot for Fox’s content, as well as provide a large audience for it to advertise new shows. Fox said it may look to expand Tubi’s content offering my adding its local news and sports events.
Also Read: Why Comcast and Fox Want Ad-Supported Services Like Xumo and Tubi
In December, Tubi announced it had passed 25 million monthly active viewers.
“Tubi will immediately expand
Comcast Acquires Xumo, the Ad-Supported Free Streaming Service
- 25 February 2020
- by Sean Burch
- The Wrap
Comcast has acquired Xumo, the ad-supported free streaming service, on Tuesday, for an undisclosed price.
The Irvine-based company offers 10,000 free movies and shows, as well 190 channels, including Fox Sports, ABC News, and channels dedicated to series like “Family Feud” and “Forensic Files.”
To get that content to the masses, Xumo has an app, but it’s best known for its partnerships with smart TV makers like LG, where customers will plug in their TVs and see Xumo’s list of channels automatically installed. After signing new deals with Sony and Panasonic in January, Xumo CEO Colin Petrie-Norris told TheWrap earlier this month “over 90% of all smart TVs now carry Xumo’s service in some way, shape or form.”
Also Read: Why Avod Services Like Xumo Stand to Benefit With Rise of Svod Offerings Like Disney+
The deal comes as Comcast prepares to launch NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service in the next few months.
Fox Looks at $500 Million Deal to Buy Tubi, The Ad-Supported Streaming Service (Report)
- 21 February 2020
- by Sean Burch
- The Wrap
Fox is looking at potentially acquiring Tubi, the ad-supported streaming service, in a deal worth more than $500 million, according to the Wall Street Journal on Friday.
Reps for both Fox and Tubi declined to comment to TheWrap.
Tubi offers a wide selection of free shows and movies; the service, if you head to its homepage currently, highlights “The Last Samurai,” “Daddy Day Care,” and Gordon Ramsay’s “Hell’s Kitchen” among its most popular selections. If a deal is reached, San Francisco-based Tubi could be a potential landing spot for Fox’s content, as well as provide a large audience for it to advertise new shows. In December, Tubi announced it had passed 25 million monthly active viewers.
Also Read: Why the Pay-tv Bundle Is Not Dead Yet in the Streaming Era
Fox’s interest in Tubi comes as more entertainment giants have looked towards Avod services as acquisition targets — even in
Hln to Add True Crime Podcast About Unsolved Delphi Murders
- 22 January 2020
- by Lindsey Ellefson and Beatrice Verhoeven
- The Wrap
CNN’s Headline News, or Hln, is further embracing its true crime-loving audience by launching a podcast, “Down the Hill: The Delphi Murders,” about the unsolved murders of Abigail Williams and Liberty German.
Hln, known for a mix of live news shows like “Morning Express” and crime-related series like “Forensic Files,” serves an audience that is tuned into true crime themed. The eight-part podcast is hosted by Hln producers Barbara MacDonald and Drew Iden, who will use the weekly program to look at a variety of aspects of the horrific crime that took the lives of adolescent girls Abigail Williams and Liberty German in the small town of Delphi, Indiana three years ago.
The two girls went hiking on a trail, but we’re never to be seen again. Their bodies were discovered a day later at Monon High Bridge trail. A recording of the girls’ murderer was found on German’s phone,
Hln Will Re-Open ‘Forensic Files’ in Quest for True-Crime Content (Exclusive)
- 01 October 2019
- by Brian Steinberg
Hln is about to shed light on one of TV’s great mysteries.
For nearly a decade, Hln has shown repeats of “Forensic Files,” a catch-the-bad-guy documentary series that hinges on investigators’ ability to find clues in the tiniest details, such as an errant long hair spotted at the murder scene or a small insect found on the victim’s corpse. The series is so popular that the network – a sister outlet to CNN – typically airs 65 to 70 hours of the reruns each week. And yet, for some reason, no one has ever added new episodes to the stack of hundreds that already exist.
Hln has managed to crack the case. After vying with other outlets to get new episodes made, the AT&T-owned network plans to roll out 16 new, half-hour episodes starting in February 2020, according to Ken Jautz, the CNN executive vice president who oversees Hln.
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Tubi, the free, ad-supported streaming service, has launched in Mexico on Thursday. The service, which was purchased by Fox earlier this year for $440 million, is now available in the U.S., Canada, Mexico and Australia, as the San Francisco-based company continues to expand into more international markets.
To begin, Tubi will be available on VIDAA smart OS on Hisense TVs, both iOS and Android phones, and on the web; the company, in its Thursday release announcing the launch, said it’ll be available on more devices down the line. The AVOD service will offer thousands of shows and movies, all localized in Spanish-language, in Mexico, including “Exation Mexico,” “MasterChef,” “Montecristo” and “Amore en Custodia.”
TV Azteca, one of the largest Spanish-language content producers in the world, is providing a number of its titles to Tubi, while also handling ad sales for Tubi in Mexico.
Also Read:6 Million U.S. Households Add New Streaming Services in Q1
“Tubi’s launch in Mexico continues to demonstrate our vigorous expansion effort to additional regions in the world,” Tubi CEO Farhad Massoudi said in a statement. “In concert with TV Azteca, our presence in Mexico will be well-positioned to carry out our overall mission in providing cost-free access to popular content for everyone.”
In December, Tubi announced it had passed 25 million monthly active viewers.The service’s Fox deal came as more AVOD services are drawing attention from established media powerhouses. Last year, ViacomCBS bought Pluto TV, a similar AVOD service to Tubi, for $340 million. (You can read more about Pluto TV on Wrap Pro, which covered the service this week.) And earlier this year, Comcast bought Xumo, a service that offers 10,000 free movies and shows, as well 190 channels, including Fox Sports, ABC News, and channels dedicated to series like “Family Feud” and “Forensic Files.”
Read original story Tubi Moves Into Mexico, as Fox-Owned Free Streaming Service Continues Global Expansion At TheWrap
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It’s been a quarter of a century since the true crime classic Forensic Files first aired, and Pluto is celebrating the milestone with an exclusive anniversary tribute special. Forensic Files 25th Anniversary Special will air for free on Pluto TV starting October 1st at 8 PM ET on Forensic Files Channel #370, and throughout the month of October after that.
Forensic Files is the longest-running and most iconic criminal investigative series of all time, known for its dramatic reenactments and fascinating cases, along with expert interviews. The show has withstood the test of time and found a fan base in many generations.
Forensic Files 25th Anniversary Special pays tribute to Forensic Files by looking back at the show’s origin and its impact on TV, forensic science, crime solving, and the people who put the show together. It features never-before-seen interviews and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage, plus in-depth “how we did it” recreations of hard-to-shoot cases, roundtable discussions, and a special tribute to late narrator Peter Thomas. There will also be fan answers to a nationwide survey, naming winners for the series’ “Scariest Criminal,” “Dumbest Criminal,” “Most Memorable Episode” and more.
Want to catch up on the original Forensic Files before ringing in the 25th Anniversary? You can stream the series for free on the following platforms:
- Pluto TV Forensic Files Channel #370
- Pluto TV On Demand
- The Roku Channel
- Forensic Files Channel on The Roku Channel, Redbox Free Live TV, IMDb TV, Samsung TV Plus and VIZIO WatchFree+
Are you a true crime junkie like me? As a writer, hearing stories of how people committed crimes, their motivations, and how law enforcement caught or stopped is always interesting to me. Here Are Ten True Crime Series On Tubi You Should Be Watching:
From Sunrise, this series takes you behind the science that helps law enforcement and prosecutors use to stop killers, thieves, kidnappers, and con-artists from continuing their sprees.
The seasons with Robert Stack are arguably one of the best of the show. With his imposing voice, Stack helps crime-stoppers capture the criminals.
From the odd and the downright strange ways crimes are committed, the police and the FBI follow paper trails from murderers to con-artists.
World’s Most Evil Killers
In the United Kingdom and the United States, murders can abound. Across two continents, some of the most heinous crimes are spotlighted.
America’s Dumbest Criminals
There are masterminds, but then there are downright losers who commit crimes in such a stupid manner, they are busted almost instantly.
Steven Seagal: Lawman
The action film star briefly doubled as a sheriff’s deputy where he helps solve crime in Louisiana.
The thin blue line protects the citizens of Laredo, Texas.
Murderers and their Mothers
How does the maternal shape their killer children? This show explores the complicated relationship between mothers and their criminal kids.
World’s Greatest Gambling Scams
Sometimes theft is not a bank robbery, but a roll of the dice.
Stalkers Who Kill
Obsessions can turn into something worse as unsuspecting citizens are being targeted by some deadly stalkers.
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