This is the WQEK Justice Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Memphis Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|9:00 PM||Southern Fried Homicide |
Two mysterious disappearances in Lafayette, La., are investigated.
|10:00 PM||Southern Fried Homicide |
A young woman's murder sparks a hunt for a serial killer.
|11:30 PM||Dog the Bounty Hunter |
A fugitive pursuit in Hawaii after dark. Also: a daylight raid.
|12:00 AM||The Investigators |
The case of the Ballarat Bandit, an elusive survivalist who stole supplies and vehicles in Nevada and California. The man committed suicide after being cornered by authorities in 2004.
|1:00 AM||Intervention |
Heroin addiction is the subject.
|2:00 AM||Cold Case Files |
A 16-year-old letter helps police solve a murder; a 1961 homicide is solved in 2002.
|3:00 AM||New Detectives |
The use of plants in criminal investigations. Included: marking a person's time of death by examining the flora around them.
|4:00 AM||The First 48: Missing Persons |
A 14-year-old girl is abducted by a 19-year-old who could be connected with a gang; and a 66-year-old man with serious neurological problems vanishes on the hottest day of the year.
|5:00 AM||City Confidential |
The 1997 shooting of a Santa Monica cop by a fellow officer with whom he was having an affair.
|6:00 AM||Bizarre Murders |
A man hires a killer to bump off his wife, but instead he kills another woman with the exact same name.
|6:30 AM||Bizarre Murders |
A young German grifter moves to America, adopts various identities and kills many along the way.
|7:00 AM||Cold Case Files |
David Draheim is convicted of murder in 2002 for a 1986 crime. Host: Bill Kurtis.
|8:00 AM||Dr. G: Medical Examiner |
Dr. G investigates a death during a hunting trip taken by a separated couple.
|9:00 AM||Dr. G: Medical Examiner |
A mentally ill Vietnam vet shoots himself in the head and does not initially die, but he is found dead in a hospital three weeks later.
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