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Posted Wednesday 4/18/18 at 6:42PM EDT
ABC News' Elizabeth Vargas signs a deal with A&E
The longtime 20/20 co-anchor will exit ABC next month after 14 years and become the new face of A&E Investigates.
Posted Friday 4/13/18 at 1:17PM EDT
Leah Remini plans to develop new shows beyond Scientology as part of her new A+E Networks deal
Remini's two-year deal comes on the heels of A&E renewing Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath for Season 3.
Posted Wednesday 3/14/18 at 6:35PM EDT
Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath will be back for a third season
A&E has renewed Remini's unscripted series on Scientology.
Posted Tuesday 1/30/18 at 2:04AM EST
HGTV star Christopher Dionne arrested for allegedly molesting a 10-year-old girl
Dionne turned himself into police Monday to face charges of sexual assault and risk of injury to a minor. Dionne appeared on the pilot of HGTV’s Family Flip and a yet-to-be-aired A&E show called House Rescue.
Posted Monday 1/15/18 at 6:31AM EST
A&E teams up Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams, adds a Marcia Clark legal series
Each two-hour episode of Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48 will delve into the first two days of notorious cases, starting with Casey Anthony on March 29. Grace vs. Abrams, also premiering March 29, will feature the two TV legal eagles sparring over cases, as they currently do on Good Morning America.
Posted Wednesday 1/10/18 at 6:16PM EST
Matthew McConaughey’s big brother Rooster returns to reality TV
Mike “Rooster” McConaughey, who starred on CNBC’s West Texas Investors Club, will offer investment advice to entrepreneurs with fellow self-made millionaire Butch Gilliam on A&E’s Rooster & Butch, premiering tonight.
Posted Sunday 12/17/17 at 12:55PM EST
Leah Remini will reportedly return to A&E to investigate other “cult-like religions”
The Kevin Can Wait star, who won an Emmy for Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath, is planning to kick off her new series by delving into the Jehovah’s Witnesses, according to Us Weekly.
Posted Tuesday 11/28/17 at 2:15AM EST
Dog the Bounty Hunter reveals wife Beth Chapman is now cancer-free
“There is a God. This could be a miracle,” the former Dog the Bounty Hunter star said during Monday’s A&E special Dog & Beth: Fight of Their Lives, which documented Beth's fight with Stage 2 throat cancer. “This could be a healing. (The doctor) said if I wasn’t such a good husband it wouldn’t have worked out that great. Oh, I can breathe. Beth Chapman, you did it.”
Posted Tuesday 11/21/17 at 9:19PM EST
Dog the Bounty Hunter has quit bounty hunting as wife Beth battles throat cancer
Beth and Duane “Dog” Chapman will document her cancer battle in the two-hour A&E special Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives, airing Nov. 27.
Posted Tuesday 11/07/17 at 3:26PM EST
Critics' Choice Awards moves from A&E to CW
The combined film and TV awards ceremony is scheduled for Jan. 11.
Posted Wednesday 10/25/17 at 7:48PM EDT
Watch the trailer for A&E’s The Menendez Murders: Erik Tells All
Erik Menendez talks about the murder of his parents for the first time since 2005 in the docuseries premiering on Nov. 10.
Posted Tuesday 9/26/17 at 5:44PM EDT
Freaks and Geeks is getting the documentary treatment, thanks to A&E and Morgan Spurlock
Spurlock is including the NBC cult classic as part of his new docuseries brand CultureShock.
Posted Thursday 9/07/17 at 9:21PM EDT
Undercover High launches with a wrap-up show
The A&E docuseries that sends seven young adults undercover in a Kansas public high school debuts Oct. 10.
Posted Wednesday 8/23/17 at 6:58PM EDT
A&E renews Born This Way
The Emmy-winning docuseries about men and women born with Down syndrome will return for a fourth season.
Posted Thursday 8/17/17 at 10:16PM EDT
A&E’s Cultureshock docuseries will look back on pop-culture’s watershed moments, from Jerry Springer to Chris Rock
Entertainment Weekly and Morgan Spurlock are teaming up on the eight-episode series. Each hour will be directed by somebody notable. For instance, W. Kamau Bell will look back at how Chris Rock changed the face of comedy with 1996’s Bring the Pain. (Rock produced Bell’s FXX talk show.)