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06:00 AM

Tracy Morgan

In 2014 Tracy Morgan’s tour van was involved in a horrific car crash on the New Jersey Turnpike that killed comedian James McNair and left Morgan clinging to life as rescuers raced against time to save him. Viewers will go inside the tragic crash through exclusive interviews with two of the van’s passengers in addition to crash scene recreations based on police reports. The accident also lays bare the questionable sleep rules surrounding truck drivers and serves as a wake-up call for road safety on America’s highways.

07:00 AM

Caitlyn Jenner

This one-hour documentary special examines the multi-car accident involving Caitlyn Jenner (known as Bruce Jenner at the time of the crash) that resulted in the death of 69-year-old Kim Howe. Swirling around the incident were claims that Jenner was driving distracted as well as questions about whether paparazzi pursued him so aggressively they played a role the crash. On February 7, 2015 Jenner was driving his black Cadillac SUV while towing an off-road vehicle along the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu when he rear-ended Howe’s white Lexus, pushing it into oncoming traffic and head-on into another vehicle. Caitlyn Jenner: Collision Course pieces together the chain of events that led to the crash using footage from the scene, police records and interviews with eyewitnesses and members of law enforcement who responded to the crash. CGI reenactments provide a detailed look at how it all unfolded while celebrity insiders discuss the most provoking and controversial elements surrounding the incident.

08:00 AM

Paul Walker

In 2013, Walker is killed while riding as a passenger in a high-performance car driven by friend and professional racecar driver Roger Rodas who lost control of the car on a quiet industrial street in Valencia, California. What exactly caused the accident remains a mystery but Collision Course will take viewers into that seemingly inexplicable tragedy and reveal new evidence that was overlooked in the official police report.

09:00 AM

Robert Blake

On May 4, 2001, Hollywood and the nation are rocked by the news that Bonny Lee Bakley, newlywed wife of legendary actor, Robert Blake, is shot to death outside a neighborhood Italian restaurant in the suburbs of Los Angeles. Who could have possibly killed her? Bonny Lee was a serial grifter, known to have a long rap sheet and to have left a wake of men behind her — including the son of Marlon Brando — who all claimed to be wiled by her charms and fleeced of their money. One year after Robert Blake’s murder in the family, police and prosecutors accuse him of the crime. But the evidence is flimsy. Will Robert Blake spend the rest of his life behind bars, or will the jury send him home?

10:00 AM

Dylan McDermott

Golden Globe winning actor from The Practice, Dylan McDermott, has been both a top performer and sex symbol in Hollywood for decades. But, throughout his storied career, McDermott hid a terrible personal tragedy – the untimely death of his 20-year-old mother, Diane. In 1967, her thug boyfriend told police Diane committed suicide. Forty years later, Dylan decides to seek out the truth.

11:00 AM

Kelsey Grammer

Actor, Kelsey Grammer was only 14 years old when his estranged father had been brutally murdered in the Virgin Islands. While the tragedy was difficult for his family, no one ever expected that a few years later he would face a far greater tragedy from the wrath of maniacal serial killers. As Kelsey’s fame rises, the anguish creates a heavy burden threatening not only his career…but his own life.

12:00 PM

The Fannypack Pusherman

Police respond to a domestic dispute; a vehicle is stopped for equipment violations; an officer responds to a reckless driving call; the driver of a suspicious vehicle parked in a drug-infested area is questioned.

12:30 PM

You Break It You Buy It

The driver of a slow-moving vehicle that is hindering traffic is questioned; a young man driving a golf cart after dark with no lights on is stopped and questioned; a man flees the scene of a single-car accident; police respond to a call about an unruly resident at a hotel.

01:00 PM

Dishonorably Discharged Dad

The driver of a suspected stolen vehicle is questioned; police respond to a domestic dispute; officers respond to a dispute between a man and his girlfriend; a physical altercation between a couple in the military is investigated.

01:30 PM

Bumming Smokes

A car burglary is investigated; a vehicle is pulled over for an expired tag and searched for drugs; the driver of a suspected stolen car is questioned; a neighborhood disturbance is probed.

02:00 PM

Robert Blake

On May 4, 2001, Hollywood and the nation are rocked by the news that Bonny Lee Bakley, newlywed wife of legendary actor, Robert Blake, is shot to death outside a neighborhood Italian restaurant in the suburbs of Los Angeles. Who could have possibly killed her? Bonny Lee was a serial grifter, known to have a long rap sheet and to have left a wake of men behind her — including the son of Marlon Brando — who all claimed to be wiled by her charms and fleeced of their money. One year after Robert Blake’s murder in the family, police and prosecutors accuse him of the crime. But the evidence is flimsy. Will Robert Blake spend the rest of his life behind bars, or will the jury send him home?

03:00 PM

Dylan McDermott

Golden Globe winning actor from The Practice, Dylan McDermott, has been both a top performer and sex symbol in Hollywood for decades. But, throughout his storied career, McDermott hid a terrible personal tragedy – the untimely death of his 20-year-old mother, Diane. In 1967, her thug boyfriend told police Diane committed suicide. Forty years later, Dylan decides to seek out the truth.

04:00 PM

Kelsey Grammer

Actor, Kelsey Grammer was only 14 years old when his estranged father had been brutally murdered in the Virgin Islands. While the tragedy was difficult for his family, no one ever expected that a few years later he would face a far greater tragedy from the wrath of maniacal serial killers. As Kelsey’s fame rises, the anguish creates a heavy burden threatening not only his career…but his own life.

05:00 PM

The Fannypack Pusherman

Police respond to a domestic dispute; a vehicle is stopped for equipment violations; an officer responds to a reckless driving call; the driver of a suspicious vehicle parked in a drug-infested area is questioned.

05:30 PM

You Break It You Buy It

The driver of a slow-moving vehicle that is hindering traffic is questioned; a young man driving a golf cart after dark with no lights on is stopped and questioned; a man flees the scene of a single-car accident; police respond to a call about an unruly resident at a hotel.

06:00 PM

Dishonorably Discharged Dad

The driver of a suspected stolen vehicle is questioned; police respond to a domestic dispute; officers respond to a dispute between a man and his girlfriend; a physical altercation between a couple in the military is investigated.

06:30 PM

Bumming Smokes

A car burglary is investigated; a vehicle is pulled over for an expired tag and searched for drugs; the driver of a suspected stolen car is questioned; a neighborhood disturbance is probed.

07:00 PM

Machine Gun Johnny: Johnny Eng

This episode features the rise and fall of Johnny Eng, one of the most notorious drug traffickers in the history of Manhattan’s Chinatown. A one-time informant for the DEA, “Machine Gun Johnny” thought he could snitch on all his rivals to monopolize the heroin trade on the eastern seaboard. The special task force set up by the DEA would chase Eng all the way to Hong Kong. Eventually extradited to the U.S., Eng would hire John Gotti’s lawyer to defend him against a prosecutor known as “The Dragon Lady.”

08:00 PM

King Blood: Luis Felipe

This episode explores the case of Luis Felipe, also known as “King Blood.” From a prison cell, Felipe founded the New York chapter of the Latin Kings street gang. Felipe’s own writings would incriminate him as the orchestrator of murders and crimes against his own members. He is now serving a life sentence in solitary confinement.

09:00 PM

The Queenpin: Jemeker Thompson

This episode explores the case of The Queenpin–Jemeker Thompson. Thompson rose to the top of the cocaine trade during the peak of the 1980’s crack epidemic in Los Angeles. Thompson’s former boyfriend would cooperate with authorities and snitch her out. On the run for two years, she was finally captured in 1993 at her son’s 6th grade graduation. Thompson was released from prison in 2005 and is now an evangelical minister.

10:00 PM

Anthony Shea and the No-Name Gang

This episode follows Anthony Shea, one of the most prolific bank and armored truck robbers, and his “no name” gang out of Charlestown, Massachusetts. Responsible for killing two armored truck guards in Hudson, New Hampshire, Shea and his gang garnered the attention of the FBI Bank Robbery Task Force in 1995. Finally captured a year later, they refused to talk, adhering to Charlestown’s long running “Code of Silence.” Informants would break that code and testify in court to put Shea away for life.

11:00 PM

Machine Gun Johnny: Johnny Eng

This episode features the rise and fall of Johnny Eng, one of the most notorious drug traffickers in the history of Manhattan’s Chinatown. A one-time informant for the DEA, “Machine Gun Johnny” thought he could snitch on all his rivals to monopolize the heroin trade on the eastern seaboard. The special task force set up by the DEA would chase Eng all the way to Hong Kong. Eventually extradited to the U.S., Eng would hire John Gotti’s lawyer to defend him against a prosecutor known as “The Dragon Lady.”

12:00 AM

King Blood: Luis Felipe

This episode explores the case of Luis Felipe, also known as “King Blood.” From a prison cell, Felipe founded the New York chapter of the Latin Kings street gang. Felipe’s own writings would incriminate him as the orchestrator of murders and crimes against his own members. He is now serving a life sentence in solitary confinement.

01:00 AM

The Queenpin: Jemeker Thompson

This episode explores the case of The Queenpin–Jemeker Thompson. Thompson rose to the top of the cocaine trade during the peak of the 1980’s crack epidemic in Los Angeles. Thompson’s former boyfriend would cooperate with authorities and snitch her out. On the run for two years, she was finally captured in 1993 at her son’s 6th grade graduation. Thompson was released from prison in 2005 and is now an evangelical minister.

02:00 AM

Anthony Shea and the No-Name Gang

This episode follows Anthony Shea, one of the most prolific bank and armored truck robbers, and his “no name” gang out of Charlestown, Massachusetts. Responsible for killing two armored truck guards in Hudson, New Hampshire, Shea and his gang garnered the attention of the FBI Bank Robbery Task Force in 1995. Finally captured a year later, they refused to talk, adhering to Charlestown’s long running “Code of Silence.” Informants would break that code and testify in court to put Shea away for life.