"Access Hollywood Live" is a syndicated one-hour daily entertainment news talk show hosted by Billy Bush and Kit Hoover. The show, broadcast live in HD, premiered on September 13, 2010. Now entering its fifth season, "Access Hollywood Live" focuses on the latest celebrity dish, pop-culture, opinions, Hollywood happenings and all the day's big news. "Access Hollywood Live" features in-studio celebrity guests, and a cast of regular contributors to keep viewers up-to-date with female-friendly segments on the most current styles, fashion, design trends and more.
The Worlds of Pop Culture, Hollywood and Athletes Collide in an Irreverent, Hilarious and Candid Look at the intersection of Celebrity and Sports.
Up-to-the-minute digital entertainment and technology news, featuring the latest of “what’s cool” in games, movies, music, apps, and consumer electronics.
Packed with behind the scenes access, red carpets and celebrities, OK! TV brings you the inside scoop on the world of entertainment. From the best of film, music, TV and fashion to the latest celebrity weddings, babies, hook-ups or break-ups, OK! TV is the place to get up close and personal with your favorite stars.
No Way Out
Caught on surveillance video, Rhonda Ward-Goodwin is seen forced into her car by an unknown man and driven away. With little evidence, detectives do not have much to go on, until Rhonda's car is found engulfed in flames a week later.
Passengers on a Seattle train spot the body of a dead woman alongside the railroad tracks. The only evidence King County detectives have are an empty cigarette package and tiny metal fragments found on the victim’s jacket.
A custody dispute ends with a burning car…and a double murder investigation.
A teen love triangle ends with a missing girl, a dismembered body and three families changed forever.
A Knock at the Door/Shattered
The killing of a woman in a Virginia hotel room goes unsolved for a quarter of a century before investigators are finally able to zero in on the likely killer. And, when a 25-year -old women is shot to death during a jewelry store robbery in 1980, investigators collect fingerprints and blood from the crime scene. There are few leads and the case goes cold until 1999, when detectives test the blood evidence and develop a DNA profile. For two years more, that profile sits without a match, until 2001 when a convicted burglar is entered into the DNA databank.
Lethal Beauties: Garcia, Beltran & Henao
This episode explores the cases of three Lethal Beauties: Rosalie Garcia, Sandra Beltran, and Beatriz Henao. Garcia, AKA "Shorty," was the head of a deadly heroin ring in the Bronx throughout the 1990's. Henao, a Colombian national, led an ecstasy drug ring out of the Netherlands before moving into the cocaine trade. Sandra Avila Beltran was a Mexican drug cartel leader who took over a crucial role in the smuggling of cocaine from Colombia, through Mexico and into the U.S. Extradited in 2012, The Queen of the Pacific now faces drug trafficking charges in Miami.
The Columbian Rambo: Carlos Lehder
This episode features Carlos Lehder, Medellin Cartel member and self-proclaimed Nazi. Lehder revolutionized the cocaine business by taking over an island in the Bahamas and using it as a way station between Colombia and the U.S. On Norman's Cay, the Colombian Rambo meets his match in a professor and diving enthusiast named Richard Novak who will stop at nothing to protect his paradise. Lehder is eventually run off the island and resorts to terrorizing authorities in his homeland to stay out of jail. After years on the run, he's extradited to the U.S. and sentenced to life plus 135 years. When he agrees to testify against Panamanian dictator, Manuel Noriega, he disappears into witness protection.
Hollywood's Most Notorious Crimes
In the shadows of the glitz and glamour lurk the dark secrets of Tinsel Town's most scandalous crimes. This two-hour special turns the spotlight on the entertainment capital's most captivating cases, including the brutal slaughter of starlet Sharon Tate, O.J. Simpson and the "crime of the century", the tragic murders of Phil Hartman and 20-year-old Playboy Playmate Dorothy Stratten, the rich kids-turned-celebrity burglars known as "The Bling Ring", and many more. Hear from friends, family members, journalists and other insiders as we separate fact from rumor and unravel the intimate details and tragic aftermath of Hollywood's Most Notorious Crimes.
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