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    NY Med

    NY Med

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    NY Med is an ABC eight-episode documentary series follow-up to "Boston Med" and "Hopkins." The new documentary series will explore the lives of doctors and patients inside of Columbia and Weill Cornell hospitals, two of New York's most prestigious hospitals.moreless
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    Boston Med

    Boston Med

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    Filmed over four months at Massachusetts General, Brigham and Women's, and Children's Hospital Boston, go inside the daily lives of the doctors, nurses and patients there.
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    Primetime Live

    Primetime Live

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    Welcome to the PrimeTime Live guide at TV.com. Today's headlines come together on Thursday evenings with hard hitting investigative reports and undercover reporting that has, over the years, made a difference. Primetime, an American news magazine show on the ABC network, began August 10, 1989 with Sam Donaldson and Diane Sawyer. The early name for this show was actually "Primetime Live", but that changed when Sam Donaldson left, was replaced by Charles Gibson and was then called "Primetime Thursday". When the 2004-05 season began, ABC again reinvented this series with Chris Cuomo, Cynthia McFadden and John Quinones replacing Charles Gibson. Diane Sawyer has been the only regular anchor throughout this long-run series. On July 2005, the name was again altered to be simply, "Primetime", although some references have slipped through still calling it "Primetime Live". Interviews, human interest features and events that touch our lives are found here with people we've come to trust. Investigative reporting includes reports on insurance scams, bogus and dangerous botox injections, examination of how Iraq war veterans return home to lives of poverty. Other stories included Charles Gibson's report on the efforts to separate conjoined Virginia twins. Also hard hitting, Quiones' looked at the spiritual healer called "John of God," who has attracted millions of desperate victims and Sawyer's telling report from behind bars in a women's maximum security prison. Plus, of course, current events that have yet to happen.moreless
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    Hopkins

    Hopkins

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    Baltimore's John Hopkins Hospital is the setting for this documentary series that spotlights real-life drama inside a high-pressure hospital.
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    Michael J. Fox: Adventures of an Incurable Optimist

    Michael J. Fox: Adventures of an Incurable Optimist

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    Fans of Michael J. Fox won't want to miss this ABC special which follows the personality around the globe in search of hope and optimism. Mr. Fox will journey to Bhutan, and attend President Obama's inauguration, in addition to meeting with doctors and scientists to better understand the emotion of optimism.moreless
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    ABC News Specials

    ABC News Specials

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    ABC delves deep into news stories in this gripping program. Take a peek behind the scenes of your favorite shows or look at life in the LAPD. Satisfy your curiosity for the inside story with this library of shows.moreless
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    Primetime: Crime

    Primetime: Crime

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    Primetime: Crime is an american real crime television show on the ABC network. It began in 1989 with the original title of 'Primetime Live' with the hosts Sam Donaldson and Diane Sawyer. Early episodes featured a live audience allowing interaction. This created many technical difficulties and timing issues so the live audience was eventually removed from the show. As the show went on it grew to incorporate many hidden camera investigations. This has occasionally back-fired such as when 'Food Lion' sued the show for trespass and breach of loyalty. In 1998 the show was cancelled and combined it into '20/20.' It was programmed to compete with 'Dateline' on NBC. However in 2000 it was relaunched, becoming 'Primetime Thursday' with Charles Gibson. This lasted until 2004 when it was once again called 'Primetime Live.' From 2006 on it stopped being a weekly show and started airing in the summer as well as being used as filler programing during the 10 pm time slot. Current formats include 'Primetime: What would you do?' 'Primetime: Medical Mysteries,' 'Primetime: The Outsiders,' 'Primetime: Family Secrets,' and 'Primetime: Crime.'moreless
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    Primetime: Family Secrets

    Primetime: Family Secrets

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    Primetime: Family Secrets is a sub-series of the popular newsmagazine show, Primetime, on ABC. This section of the show focuses on shocking family secrets, going behind closed doors to look at such private, taboo issues as child abuse and teenage pregnancy. The reporters take a look at why, and how, these topics are kept so quiet, as well as what happens when the truth finally comes out. The show is interesting and thought-provoking, shining light on uncomfortable moments. For example, what happens when circumstances dictate that a divorced couple must continue living together? Or what happens to family dynamics when a man becomes a "woman" and how does he/she explain the gender change to his/her sons? For a bit of celebrity family dish, Joe Jackson steps in to voice his suspicions over foul play in his son's death and Jon Gosselin talks about tabloids and his new girlfriend. Tune into Primetime: Family Secrets for the kind of real-life drama that proves that life can sometimes outdo even the most outrageous soap opera storylines.moreless
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    The Path to 9/11

    The Path to 9/11

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    Where were you on 9/11? Relive the events of that fateful day and the years leading up to it with this ABC miniseries that takes you to the streets of New York, drops you in the center of a riot in Pakistan, and into the meeting rooms of the CIA, the FBI, and the White House. A dramatization of the events detailed in 2004’s national bestseller The 9/11 Commission Report, this small screen experience zeroes in on the experiences of key political and law enforcement players involved. By focusing on the World Trade Center bombing in 1993 and all followed until September 11, 2001, this miniseries seeks to shed light on how to protect America in the future.moreless
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    Primetime The Outsiders

    Primetime The Outsiders

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    Primetime: The Outsiders is a sub-series of the popular newsmagazine show, Primetime, on ABC. This section of the show focuses on a variety of people who walk to the beat of their own drums. Extremists of all sorts, from religious extremists to over-the-top animal fanatics, are featured on the show, which examines unusual lifestyles in an attempt to help the common viewer understand such unpopular life choices better. Primetime: The Outsiders finds nothing too strange and no choice too taboo to report about, whether it is the seventy-year-old retired science teacher who now lives in the wild with bears or the people who fall in love with their close family members—and I do not mean the adorable ‘I love you, bro’ kind of way. Even after watching the show, it is quite likely that one will not quite understand why these people do what they do or think what they think. The look that Primetime: The Outsiders offers into their lives, however, is fascinating and most certainly worth checking out.moreless
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    Rising Up: Five Years Since Katrina

    Rising Up: Five Years Since Katrina

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    Rising Up: Five Years Since Katrina is ABC News and Facebook's special that looks at the areas affected by hurricane Katrina, five years after the storm. In August of 2005, hurricane Katrina headed towards the Gulf Coast, crossing Florida as a moderate category 1 hurricane. Katrina crossed into the Gulf of Mexico, where it quickly gained strength, landing as a category 3 storm in Louisiana. The storm surges that it caused brought severe destruction along the coast, especially in New Orleans, where the city's levee system failed catastrophically, letting in deadly flood waters. Katrina became one of the top five deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States, with over 1,800 people losing their lives and $81 billion in property damage. The weeks of waiting for aid left people stranded without supplies or a helping hand, and lead to some people being outraged at the government for the lack of response, as well as the poorly built and maintained levees. Leaving a path of death and destruction, Katrina left many on the Gulf of Mexico homeless, and the events following the storm brought on many criticisms of the government response. Now ABC News heads back five years later to see what has changed and what progress has been made in restoring the lives and cities affected on Rising Up: Five Years Since Katrina.moreless
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    Life of Luxury

    Life of Luxury

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    Life of Luxury provides an all-access look at the lives of the über-rich and the super fabulous. George Hamilton, a man whose name is synonymous with the good life, takes viewers behind some of the most expensive closed doors in the world. Robin Leach hosted the original pilot special.moreless
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    ABC News: The Day It Happened

    ABC News: The Day It Happened

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    Find out how some of the world's most notable moments in history played out in the news. Historic broadcasts link up with live reports to replay such events as the fall of the Berlin Wall, O.J. Simpson's slow car chase, the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana, and many others.moreless
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    ABC News: Celebrity Flashback

    ABC News: Celebrity Flashback

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    Relive early interviews with your favorite celebrities in this ABC News series. Witness talks with younger versions of The Rolling Stones and Rod Stewart, as well as such film luminaries as Steven Spielberg and Grace Kelly among others.moreless
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    F.D.R.

    F.D.R.

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    ABC (ended 1965)
    A documentary on the life of the 32nd President of the United States.