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Lockup: Extended Stay: Louisville – Miss...

Lockup: Extended Stay: Louisville – Miss Fortune

11/05/12 07:00PM

Brian Sauer wastes no time while awaiting trial at Louisville Metro Department of Corrections. He looks up all of the new words he hears in court, inserting them into his daily vocabulary and his music. He says he is going to be the most eloquent... watch

Lockup: Extended Stay: Louisville – Enough...

Lockup: Extended Stay: Louisville – Enough is Enough

10/21/12 08:00PM

Substance abuse is not a new problem at Louisville Metro. Lately, prescription pills are replacing marijuana, cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine for popularity with inmates. Of course, here in Kentucky, there is also a special place for moonshine in... watch

Lockup: Extended Stay: Louisville – Enough...

Lockup: Extended Stay: Louisville – Enough is Enough

10/21/12 08:00PM

No inmate wants to make enemies inside the walls of Louisville Metro. But when Kenneth Brown is found guilty of murdering a popular local rapper known as The Shizz, he finds his own life threatened. Don't miss an all new episode of  "Lockup: Extended... watch

Maximum Drama: The Ted Bundy Death Row Tapes

Maximum Drama: The Ted Bundy Death Row Tapes

10/18/12 08:00PM

Can a detective get notorious serial killer Ted Bundy to spill his final, dark secrets? Can Bundy delay the inevitable, his own execution? In this episode of Maximum Drama you sit across from Bundy and see for yourself in “The Ted Bundy Death Row Tapes”. watch

Maximum Drama: Profiling Evil

Maximum Drama: Profiling Evil

10/18/12 08:00PM

Can evil ever be explained? Well, if you’re in the right place at the right time, then perhaps it can. In this episode of Maximum Drama we take you there: to that right time and place, to put evil under the microscope…. as a criminal profiler matches... watch

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