No no, they still have Nancy Grace, no such luck :wink:
Beck gone to Fox. Good riddance.
Agreed. Maybe this marks the beginning of some much-needed integrity into Headlines News.
Thanks for catching that.
Nancy Grace [HLN Show]
Posted 21 October 2008 - 12:12 AM
Glenn was number two. Who is the new number two
at Headline News?
Running repeats of Lou Dobbs Tonight (I said repeats)
may not fill the gap of losing Glenn Beck. So maybe we
can expect an exciting replacement at Headline News.
Posted 26 October 2008 - 01:07 AM
DIdn't she get hauled into court for doing something like on-air accusation of someone of abduction? I remember something like that happening, and then CNN backed her up all the way. Their one chance, snatched away :wink:
Good point. Well, I just need that "BREAKING NEWS BREAKING NEWS" across the screen to notify me of another child molester. Without Nancy, who would bring those people to justice?
Posted 30 May 2009 - 04:56 PM
How to get booted from Nacy's show: call it a joke!
A guest who was kicked off "Nancy Grace" Monday night is speaking out about the incident, and speaking for his whole city: "As a St. Louis community, I thought we were being embarrassed on national cable television."
KTRS radio host McGraw Milhaven had appeared on Grace's HLN show several days last week to discuss the murder case of Sheri Coleman and her two sons.
On Monday's show, Milhaven responded to a question from Grace about murder suspect Christopher Coleman and his rumored girlfriend in Florida — a question he deemed irrelevant. "This show is a joke, you are a joke," said Milhaven, closing with, "I'm embarrassed to be on this show."
"Well, sir, you're off," said Grace, and cut his mic.
So yesterday on St. Louis' KPLR-TV, McGraw explained the whole incident. "We hate to be the story, in a story," said McGraw, and continued to describe the past week as spending "an hour rehashing two nuggets of information."
Posted 30 May 2009 - 06:19 PM
I've been pondering over the last few months whether I should be angry at this talking head putting on such a crap show or if I should be angry at this country for making her crap show one of the most watched every night.
Posted 31 May 2009 - 04:30 AM
For those that don't know, Casey Anthony was a local mom who people say killed her 2-year-old daughter Caylee (Yes, they did find little Caylee's body). Look it up on Google. It's everywhere.
I guess she showed her arrogance again with this guy brave enough to call her a joke.
Michael Holmes on Frederik Pleitgen:
"Only Fred Pleitgen can go 'hey, how's it going' to a bunch of Iraqi guys with guns"
- BackStory, April 16, 2009
"Thank you, Eunice Yoon. I look forward to working with you in the future, I think."
- Andrew Stevens on WBT, June 15, 2009
Posted 20 August 2009 - 02:47 PM
And if you scroll down the page, you get 2 videos, just incase you missed it at the top of the page:
Posted 06 October 2009 - 03:06 PM
CBS Television Distribution (CTD) hopes that CNN's Nancy Grace will become the next Judge Judy. The syndicator has signed an exclusive development deal with Grace, who appears twice nightly on CNN's HLN (formerly Headline News), to develop a 30-minute daily strip that will be a new take on the court show. CBS executives are light on the format's details, but they are excited about Grace as a personality.
CTD shot a presentation with Grace last week and is developing the show, for now titled Swift Justice With Nancy Grace, for fall 2010. Grace has no plans to leave her show on HLN.
Posted 07 October 2009 - 05:10 PM
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My CNN friends on twitter:
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Posted 20 October 2009 - 12:49 PM
less World Sport, more World Report.
Posted 20 October 2009 - 02:15 PM
What's the difference between Nancy yelling and shooting off opinions about who's guilty and not and Sean Hannity or Glen Beck preaching their right wing talking points? Sure, one is legal and the other is politics, but it's still opinionated yack fests. I'm surprised CNN would let her do that type of show on one of their networks.
Welcome to the AFN (After FOXnews) era...
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