Mindfreak magic for A&E

A&E; Network has ordered a third season of its unscripted series Criss Angel Mindfreak and has green-lighted a new original real-life series featuring victims of crimes confronting their offenders.

The network made the announcements Thursday during the Television Critics Association summer press tour at the Ritz-Carlton Huntington Hotel. The new series, tentatively titled Confronting Justice, tells the story of a serious crime and its consequences as those involved prepare for a face-to-face meeting.

The show, from New Line Television in association with Cinemaria, is set to go into production soon. It previously was announced as a pilot order under the name Restorative Justice.

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Jul 17, 2006
This joker keeps popping up in random TV shows in a hope he can become David Blaine.

Loser lol.

David Blaine is a retarded Street thief & magic is for little kids
Jul 14, 2006
More garbage from A&E. They should re-name it the Dung Heap Network.

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