WCNC True Crime Network TV Guide Listings

Live TV schedule for WCNC True Crime Network in the Greensboro/Surround Area

This is the WCNC True Crime Network TV schedule for the next 12 hours within the Greensboro/Surround Area. You can view other local TV listings by going back to the full TV guide schedule.

1:00 PMMurder She Solved 
The disappearance of Ottawa journalist Cara Louise Ellis is probed by rookie private investigator Marie Parent in the series premiere.
2:00 PMCity Confidential 
The case of killer Charles Stuart, who shot his wife in 1989 and claimed she died during a carjacking.
3:00 PMCity Confidential 
The 1983 murder of two bankers in a vacant farmhouse in Ruthton, Minn., is recalled. The tragedy symbolized the struggle between farmers and bankers.
4:00 PMCity Confidential 
An attempted murder-for-hire case in 1998 involving a TV evangelist. Narrator: Paul Winfield.
5:00 PMCity Confidential 
A son of a famous family is being accused of serial rape.
6:00 PMNew Detectives 
The abduction of a young mother in Colorado, which ended with a brutal homicide, is examined.
7:00 PMCold Case Files 
Recalling the case of murderer John Smith, who killed his ex-wife, Janice Hartman, in 1974, but wasn't convicted until 2001. Host: Bill Kurtis.
8:00 PMCold Case Files 
Bill kurtis hosts this series of nonfiction cases being re-examined after being considered cold. With the use of forensic advances and new evidence, police and detectives attempt to solve old crimes and unanswered questions.
9:00 PMThe Last 24 
The owner of a pet cemetery is murdered.
10:00 PMCold Blood 
Jeff Zack's murder is detailed.
11:01 PMInside the Mind 
12:00 AMFBI: Criminal Pursuit 
A serial-killer investigation leads the FBI to an unsolved murder in the Bronx.
1:00 AMKiller Kids 
A young couple are murdered execution-style in a Chicago suburb; a teen boy descends into a state of mental confusion and becomes obsessed with a violent movie character and violent video games.

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