WBNA Court TV Mystery TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WBNA Court TV Mystery in the Lexington Area

This is the WBNA Court TV Mystery TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Lexington Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

4:00 PMCSI: Crime Scene Investigation 
A body with severe burn marks is discovered by the side of a road, and the evidence suggests that the victim was executed in an electric chair. Meanwhile, Greg asks a schoolteacher interested in forensics out for a date.
5:00 PMCSI: Crime Scene Investigation 
Sara investigates a car-bomb explosion that kills the director of a deaf-scholarship foundation. Her probe centers on the college campus where her deaf mother-in-law works and where Grissom's former girlfriend is a professor.
6:00 PMCSI: Crime Scene Investigation 
A dead body is found in a box donated to a thrift store. Meanwhile, Ray's wife visits the lab.
7:00 PMCSI: Crime Scene Investigation 
Ray testifies against serial killer Nate Haskell; Nick is warned of impending danger when he receives a call from troubled teen Jason McCann.
8:00 PMCSI: Crime Scene Investigation 
Two men pronounced dead come back to life, leading to a probe of their zombie-like existence. The investigation leads to a former college professor who experimented with reanimating the dead.
9:00 PMCSI: Crime Scene Investigation 
An ex-cop convicted of murdering his wife is killed in prison. The CSIs discover in his cell a list containing the names of people the victim believed may have been his wife's real killer. All of the names are cops, with Brass and Vartann included.
10:00 PMCSI: Crime Scene Investigation 
A recently divorced man is found at the bottom of a pool and a video-game addict dies on his couch.
11:00 PMCSI: Crime Scene Investigation 
A woman is mauled to death by a mountain lion, but the probe reveals she was previously attacked. Ray and Sara turn to Lady Heather for help in tracking down the culprit. Meanwhile, Nick and Dr. Robbins rescue the unborn baby of a dead teen girl.
12:00 AMCSI: Crime Scene Investigation 
Escaped serial killer Nate Haskell returns and threatens to murder one of his female followers, via a disturbing video he sends to the woman's father. Meanwhile, a headless, handless female corpse is discovered in a barn, along with a pair of male hands.
1:00 AMCSI: Crime Scene Investigation 
Serial killer Nate Haskell kidnaps Ray's ex-wife and kills her husband in Los Angeles. Ray and Catherine go to L.A. to help with the investigation, but Ray decides to hunt Haskell on his own and soon becomes a suspect in a murder.
2:00 AMForensic Files 
The murder of a college student, who was found slain in his apartment, is investigated.
2:30 AMForensic Files 
Two women turn up missing just months apart and investigators suspect a serial killer may be responsible.
3:00 AMForensic Files 
A man is killed in his home, and his wife is a suspect after authorities find a wound on her that may have been self-inflicted.
3:30 AMForensic Files 
A shoeprint in mud is used to track a murderer after a man in slain in his own bed.
4:00 AMForensic Files 
The case of Marie Richards is detailed. The high-school girl was convicted of poisoning her father after confessing to a classmate.
4:30 AMForensic Files 
The use of the computers by law enforcement is detailed in this look at a series of crimes in St. Louis that stumped the local police and the FBI.

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