This is the WAXN Court TV Mystery 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.
|6:00 PM||Forensic Files |
The murder of a college student, who was found slain in his apartment, is investigated.
|6:30 PM||Forensic Files |
Two women turn up missing just months apart and investigators suspect a serial killer may be responsible.
|7:00 PM||Forensic Files |
The slaying of a model is investigated, and a forensic geologist may help police solve the case.
|7:30 PM||Forensic Files |
The slaying of an off-duty policeman is investigated, with clues coming from tiny fibers and an asthma inhaler.
|8:00 PM||The First 48 |
A 21-year-old father is shot and killed in a parking lot during the day in Louisville, and detectives have the license-plate number of a fleeing car and surveillance-camera footage from the parking lot.
|9:00 PM||The First 48 |
A love triangle leads to murder in Louisville; and Dallas detectives investigate a driver's death and a critically injured passenger.
|10:00 PM||The First 48 |
In Birmingham, a 28-year-old man is shot in his home; and a homeless man is stabbed in a Miami park.
|11:00 PM||The FBI Files |
A sniper targeting African-American men in Buffalo is investigated by the FBI, which uses a profiler to link him to the crimes.
|12:00 AM||The FBI Files |
A 1990 case in which a teen ran away from her Texas home and disappeared, only to be found dead six months later in an Illinois barn.
|1:00 AM||Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen |
A father of four is stabbed to death in his own front yard and his estranged wife and new fiancé point fingers at each other. Also: the show sits down with a survivor of the "Son of Sam" shooting.
|2:00 AM||Crime Watch Daily With Chris Hansen |
A cocktail server kidnapped outside her work attempts a daring escape. Also: a teenager is killed in her sleep.
|3:00 AM||Paid Programming |
|3:30 AM||Paid Programming |
|4:00 AM||Paid Programming |
|4:30 AM||Paid Programming |
|5:00 AM||Paid Programming |
|5:30 AM||Paid Programming |
|6:00 AM||Scandal |
A former White House communications director opens a Washington, D.C. crisis-management firm in this drama based on the work of crisis manager Judy Smith, whose clients have included Monica Lewinsky and Justice Clarence Thomas.
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