This is the WCNC Court TV 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.
|2:00 AM||Court TV Live |
|5:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
Examining a kidnapping in Texas in which a girl was abducted on her way to school and held for a $100,000 ransom.
|6:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
An $18.9 million robbery at an L.A. armored-truck depot.
|7:00 AM||The FBI Files new |
A probe of cousins suspected of murder, robbery and possession of multiple firearms is examined.
|8:00 AM||Corrupt Crimes new |
A 25-year-old woman is murdered and a chief inspector commands 80 detectives and civilian staff to investigate in one of England's largest police investigations, and an anonymous tip from a female caller helps locate the killer.
|8:30 AM||Corrupt Crimes new |
A young, popular student goes missing and her claims claims she was last seen with a mysterious stranger at Oxford station, but a police sketch bears a remarkable resemblance to someone close to her.
|9:00 AM||Court TV Live |
|12:00 PM||Deep Undercover new |
An ATF agent infiltrates the dirtbag ranks of the Nevada Volunteers, a pack of losers plotting to overthrow the government. During his infiltration of the group, Jay discovers one member is hellbent on revenge and intends to blow up the Vegas strip.
|12:30 PM||Deep Undercover new |
A Memphis police officer goes undercover in the world of seedy adult nightclubs to take down organized crime involving drugs and prostitution.
|1:00 PM||It Takes a Killer new |
A husband and wife are savagely attacked in their upstate New York home by an axe-wielding murderer. The wife survives, but loses her memory of the attack, so police must rely on the evidence to see if her pre-amnesia identification of the killer proves true.
|1:30 PM||It Takes a Killer new |
A transient turned serial killer uses Louisiana's capital city as his private hunting ground, leaving a trail of dead women over a three-year span.
|2:00 PM||The FBI Files new |
The FBI helps the police track a man wanted for firearms violations.
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