This is the KRFT Court TV TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Mountain Home Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.
|10:00 PM||Court TV Live |
|1:00 AM||Court TV Live |
|4:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
The 1964 deaths of three civil-rights workers in Mississippi.
|5:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
Inside the FBI's investigation of Vince Gigante, suspected crime boss of the Genovese family in New York City.
|6:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
The case of suspected rapist-murderer Bobby Joe Long, who was accused in the deaths of 10 women in Florida.
|7:00 AM||Corrupt Crimes new |
During their investigation into serial killer Ed Kemper, detectives become painfully aware that there is another serial killer on the loose. When police eventually zero in on the killer, they discover a follower of the occult who believes he is sacrificing people to save humanity.
|7:30 AM||Corrupt Crimes new |
An artist's famous paintings are revealed to be fakes. Also featured are a murder at 13,000 feet and a classic love triangle between a schoolteacher, a married mother of two and a hot skydiving instructor.
|8:00 AM||Court TV Live |
|11:00 AM||Deep Undercover new |
Houston cops infiltrate a group of black dog fighters making money hand over fist. They open a dog pen club with hidden audio and video cameras to get evidence on everyone who attends their events.
|11:30 AM||Murderous Affairs new |
A case centers on a newlywed wife and a violent former husband in Washington State. Also: A fire chief wants to extinguish a love rival in Northern Ireland.
|12:00 PM||It Takes a Killer new |
The shooting of a husband and his pregnant wife leaving a child-birthing class is investigated. Police suspect it's a random act of violence and, when false suspects are eliminated, the real criminal emerges.
|12:30 PM||It Takes a Killer new |
The murders of three members of an affluent family are investigated. The case includes nearly three years of investigative work, hundreds of hours of surveillance and a few lucky breaks.
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