This is the WTXL Court TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Tallahassee. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|8:00 PM||Oj25 new |
OJ Simpson returns to Rockingham as a prisoner on trial.
|9:00 PM||Oj25 new |
|10:00 PM||Forensic Files new |
The murder of a coed in Philadelphia is investigated. The police find unusual marks on her body that lead to the killer.
|10:30 PM||Forensic Files new |
An apparent suicide turns into a murder case after detectives search the victim's husband's computer and find suspicious information.
|11:00 PM||Forensic Files new |
The disappearance of a 23-year-old woman stumps investigators for three years until they receive a tip involving a man's refrigerated truck.
|11:30 PM||Forensic Files new |
The 1987 disappearance of Tracy Jo Shine, a Houston resident, is recalled. The investigation led to a dead end until 2000.
|12:00 AM||Deep Undercover new |
An FBI agent goes undercover to infiltrate a powerful Boston mob, and gets entangled in illegal betting, drug sales and extortion.
|12:30 AM||Deep Undercover new |
A Massachusetts agent teams up with the FBI and the DEA to go undercover to catch a crew of bank robbers looking to sell $800,000 in stolen bonds.
|1:00 AM||Murderous Affairs new |
An affair with an Oregon karate instructor turns deadly; and a millionaire hides a dark secret in England.
|1:30 AM||Murderous Affairs new |
A case revolves around a husband's wild parties aboard his luxury boat and a sinking marriage. Also: A mistress is determined to eliminate her romantic rival in England.
|2:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
A rash of bank robberies in Seattle during 2000 are investigated, focusing on two heavily armed suspects.
|3:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
A bank robbery in California nets nearly $8 million and provides law enforcement with few clues.
|4:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
A state trooper who pulled over a van and was shot to death by the driver, who was under investigation for domestic terrorism.
|5:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
Carjackings in the Washington, D.C., area reveal a pattern.
|6:00 AM||Corrupt Crimes new |
A young, wealthy Detroit couple argues over the wife's career and the husband's stay-at-home duties. One night, the fighting ends when the wife storms off, never to return.
|6:30 AM||Corrupt Crimes new |
A series of random killings in Redlands, Cal., leaves police with no clues. Butthen the manager of a fast-food restaurant finds the ID of one victim in the trash. And with it, another ID which leads to a suspect. So begins a manhunt for a husband and wife biker couple who seek pleasure from the murder of innocent women.
|7:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
The prison riot in Atlanta on November 23, 1987, in which Cuban detainees set a building ablaze in response to their impending deportation.
|8:00 AM||Forensic Files new |
The story of Phillip Rouss is related. In 1997, the businessman's health declined; Rouss came to suspect his business partner of poisoning him.
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