"Social media can be a blessing, but it can also be a curse.In this series, we present real life situations where use of the Internet and various social media platforms were used to commit unspeakable crimes along with being a substantial tool to solve them." Crime goes viral in this cutting-edge investigative series that examines crime with a deadly connection to technology and social media.(from Food Network's press release, May 2017) Comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham and his food-blogging wife Audrey Dunham are hitting the highway on a culinary road trip of a lifetime, discovering the most delicious and unbelievable dishes across the country on the new series Incredible Edible America with the Dunhams, premiering on Monday, June 5th at 10pm ET/PT on Food Network.The husband and wife duo have decided to take advantage of Jeff's touring schedule, and when the comic is not on stage, will be turning their time on the road into an unforgettable food adventure, as they discover some of America's most mouthwatering meals and meet the mastermind chefs that create them.
Hayley may or may not be Stan's biological daughter since Francine revealed to have cheated on Stan at a bachelorette party in the episode "The Kidney Stays in the Picture", His character, however, has progressed over the course of the series from the ultra right-wing bigot it had been.
As examples of this: in the episode "Dope & Faith" when Stan found out one of his friends was an atheist, he tried getting him to pray by blowing up his home, spreading the bird flu at his restaurant, brainwashing his wife into thinking she was a lesbian, and taking his kids away; in the episode "I Can't Stan You," Stan evicted his entire neighborhood and his own family just for overhearing some of his neighbors gossiping about him behind his back; in the episode "Four Little Words," Stan framed his wife as a murderer all so as not to hear her say the words "I told you so"; etc.
Not a stranger to going to any and all lengths to achieve his desired ends—even to the point of shamelessly harming others—Stan is characterized as very dog-eat-dog.
Whether it is a yard-long sandwich stuffed with everything you can imagine including cheeseburger patties, Philly cheese steak, mozzarella sticks and more (yes, all in one sandwich), or deep-fried tater tots smothered with just about everything in the kitchen, or homemade soft serve ice cream on top of a sugar-coated doughnut cone, the Dunhams learn how local chefs are pushing the limits of culinary creativity to make the most taste bud-tantalizing food.(from TV One's press release, May 2017) TV One's popular True Crime Monday line-up will include a new show that explores crimes with a deadly connection to technology and social media when it premieres #Murder on Monday, June 5, 2017 at 10 p.m. "#Murder is a great edition to TV One's True Crime Monday line-up because it reflects the intricate changes that are occurring in our society with the introduction of new technologies," said Tia Smith, Sr.
Director, Programming at TV One and #Murder's Executive in Charge of Production.
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Loretta, 71, is a mother and grandmother who has been living with a debilitating leg condition for the past 15 years.
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Whether the killer met the victim online, posted incriminating details on his Facebook page, or the cops used social media to hunt down the perpetrator, each episode of #Murder examines how homicide - like everything else in this day and age - has gone digital.(from VH1's press release, April 2017) Every weekday at noon, Maxine (Vanessa Williams), Mo (Tichina Arnold), Heather (Fiona Gubelmann), Kibby (Chloe Bridges), and Nina (Camille Guaty) - hosts of "The Lunch Hour," the long-running women's talk show - gather around the table to discuss life, love, politics, and juicy gossip.
But behind the scenes, it's even juicier - a backstage world filled with power struggles, diva fits, and steamy affairs. A Novel of Fiction by Star Jones, television personality, lawyer and journalist.(from Discovery's press release, May 2017) Deep in the bush of British Columbia there is a new gold rush happening in area known as Devil's Canyon.