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    Dateline: Mystery

    Dateline: Mystery

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    Dateline: Mystery is an NBC true crime documentary series presented by Ann Curry and a team of talented reporters that includes some of the most shocking and thrilling stories of unsolved mysteries ever to air on the long-running weekly newsmagazine Dateline NBC. Some episodes of this intriguing series tell the real-life accounts of the country's strangest and most puzzling cases, revealing the trails that have gone cold and the evidence that doesn't add up. In addition to the unsolved mysteries, other episodes present criminal profiles and exclusive interviews with the nation's most newsworthy murderers. In one such episode, Alex and Derek King give their first interview ever to Keith Morrison, who asks them to speak about the day they became the most talked about twelve and thirteen-year-olds in the country when they murdered their own father. Dateline: Mystery is a riveting series and a must-see for true crime fans.moreless
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    The 60's

    The 60's

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    The 60's is a made-for-TV miniseries developed by NBC that moves through the 1960s decade of social and political upheavals as it focuses on two distinct families, the Herlihys and the Taylors. The Herlihy family is a middle class family in Chicago whose hopes were for football scholarships, potential jobs, and marriages for their three children are thrown aside by the diverging paths. Their youngest, the shining Katie (Julia Stiles), becomes pregnant and leaves her family in the aftermath to follow the rock musician father (Donovan Leitch) to San Francisco in the psychedelic, flower-power upsurge in the West coast. Her oldest brother athletic Brian (Jerry O'Connell) joins the Marines when his scholarship to Notre Dame falls through and ends up becoming one of the scarred ghosts of veterans from the Vietnam War. Their intelligent brother Michael (Josh Hamilton) takes the peace rally approach, ultimately protesting and campaigning with politicians of the era's Democrats. The Taylors were a prominent and civil rights oriented family in the deep South but when the minister father was shot and killed, Emmet (Leonard Roberts) takes the opposite path of peaceful protests and joins the Black Panther group, often clashing violently with the police. The 60's acts as a retelling of all the potential lifestyles and paths anyone could have experienced during that period in American culture with an underscore of popular musical classics and remembrances of the historical events that shaped the nation.moreless
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    NBC News Barack Obama Specials

    NBC News Barack Obama Specials

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    NBC News Barack Obama Specials is popular news network NBC's compilation of all of its Barack Obama Coverage. The first African American president of the United States, and the man who built his campaign around instigating and executing beneficial change for all Americans, Barack Obama is a man of great to interest to many all around the world. After all, in addition to his political expertise and impressive academic credentials, including a degree from Harvard University, Barack Obama has veritable celebrity status to boast of, complete with embossed t-shirt sporting, personalized song-singing fans. Why is this man so fascinating that young women (and others) all around the nation were singing 'I've got a crush on Obama' and posting corresponding You Tube music videos? While what drives President Barack Obama to work so hard and be so successful may always remain a mystery, watching NBC News Barack Obama Specials is a step towards better understanding this influential enigma.moreless