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Dateline Extra with Tamron Hall on MSNBC weekends

Prepare yourself for real-life mysteries.
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Prepare yourself for real-life mysteries.

Beginning July 4th, MSNBC will broadcast Dateline Extra, episodes from the Dateline catalog hosted by TODAY and MSNBC’s Tamron Hall. The new series will be the first time these episodes are available on cable.  The following five episodes kick off the series on Monday at 3:00pm ET:


Mystery in Orange County:

A young Army veteran disappears before her college graduation. Massive searches turn up nothing, but detectives do find a clue: a cryptic call to 911 that helps uncover the truth and exposes a twisted story of unrequited love.


The Last Dance:

A beloved kindergarten teacher and mother of two finds a new lease on life after shedding hundreds of pounds. When she suddenly vanishes from her home, investigators uncover a disturbing connection between her dramatic weight loss and her mysterious disappearance.


Deadly Exchange:

German foreign exchange student and soccer player Diren Dede's dreams of studying in America came true when he began his junior year at a Montana high school. But when he decides to play a reckless teenage game, the consequences turn deadly.


Under a Full Moon:

A beautiful Las Vegas cocktail waitress and loving mother is found murdered in her home, far from the glittering lights of the Strip, leading authorities to wonder if there was a predator at large. When detectives ultimately track down the victim's killer, it becomes clear that their investigation into her death has only just begun.


Troubled Waters:

A California couple's romantic getaway on a boat turns tragic when the young wife and mother is lost at sea. Did she accidentally drown or was it something more sinister? The case goes cold for years — until a model with a checkered past goes undercover to find the truth.


After the holiday marathon, don’t miss a new Dateline Extra every weekend on MSNBC.