This is the WQEK True Crime 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.
|7:00 AM||Southern Fried Homicide |
Two mysterious disappearances in Lafayette, La., are investigated.
|8:00 AM||Southern Fried Homicide |
A young woman's murder sparks a hunt for a serial killer.
|9:00 AM||Secrets of the Morgue |
Highlighting the work done by medical examiners as they work hand in hand with the detectives to solve a case.
|10:00 AM||Secrets of the Morgue |
High-profile murder cases are explored from the perspective of the medical examiner as they work alongside homicide detectives to bring justice to murder victims and their families.
|11:00 AM||Secrets Of The Morgue |
Investigators are having a hard time finding the person behind the brutal death of a young woman who was found in a lake in North Carolina.
|12:00 PM||Secrets Of The Morgue |
Post-mortem examiners help homicide detectives in solving high-profile murder cases. The victims' bodies hold a ton of clues not only in determining the cause of death or severity of injuries but also the person's activities during the last few hours of his or her life.
|1:00 PM||New Detectives |
Cyanide is found in a dead woman's blood; her husband is the prime suspect. Also: soil holds key evidence in another homicide.
|2:00 PM||New Detectives |
Examining random homicides and how the perpetrators choose victims without an apparent connection.
|3:00 PM||New Detectives |
Examining cases in which bodies were buried.
|4:00 PM||New Detectives |
A murder in which the victim was shot at close range. Included: how the police conclude who is a likely suspect from the way the crime was committed.
|5:00 PM||New Detectives |
Puzzling homicides are investigated. Included: forensic tools.
|6:00 PM||Cold Case Files |
A 41-year-old murder case is reopened when someone comes forward with new evidence; and blood-spatter evidence helps in a murder investigation in Texas.
|7:00 PM||Cold Case Files |
A 1987 Christmas Eve murder is solved 10 years later.
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