This is the WFMY Court TV Mystery TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Charlotte Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|7:00 AM||American Greed |
An "investment manager" who bilked investors out of almost $600 million; an art dealer-con artist who passed off paintings as works by famous artists.
|8:00 AM||American Greed |
A Virginia con man bilks a Phoenix retiree out of more than $1 million and is charged with his murder; a California doctor is charged with the murders of three of her patients who fatally overdosed on painkillers.
|9:00 AM||Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen |
A military love triangle results in the murder of a pregnant woman.
|10:00 AM||Corrupt Crimes |
A Russian banker is killed by two gunmen and authorities initially believed he was involved with the Russian mafia before realizing he was attempting to resolve corruption in the Russian banking system.
|10:30 AM||Corrupt Crimes |
A high school student is killed after a heated argument with her boyfriend, but the case goes cold for 18 years until legislators pass a law requiring felons to provide DNA samples, which results in investigators zeroing in on suspect.
|11:00 AM||It Takes a Killer |
A bloodbath inside a Beverly Hills mansion leads to a highly publicized investigation. Included: Law enforcement uncovers family secrets.
|11:30 AM||It Takes a Killer |
The random murder of a woman in Montana is investigated.
|12:00 PM||It Takes a Killer |
A millionaire marries a younger woman who turns out to be Mrs. Wrong.
|12:30 PM||It Takes a Killer |
The grisly murder of a grandmother in the suburbs of Cincinnati, Ohio sends a smalltown police department into a fast and furious hunt for a killer.
|1:00 PM||Judgment With Ashleigh Banfield |
|2:00 PM||American Greed |
A former basketball star is convicted in 2010 of 11 charges, including bank bribery, wire fraud and conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and sentenced to more than six years in prison.
|3:00 PM||American Greed |
The story of CyberNet founder Barton Watson, whose defrauded investors of some $100 million.
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