An alien, visiting from another planet, would be forgiven for assuming that, if we did not showcase the sensational trial of a brunette every two years at minimum, the Earth Would Be Engulfed In Flames and Nancy Grace would resume … Continue reading ?
Jon Stewart took CNN to task on Wednesday for its coverage of the Jodi Arias trial. The network has gone all in on the salacious...
In what may signal that cable news has finally become the snake that is eating its own tail, CNN staged a rather bizarre split-screen interview Wednesday (May 8) during its coverage of the Cleveland kidnapping story.
Ugh. Ugh. Ugh. Jodi Arias was just found guilty of murder today and it was the big news because Nancy Grace obsessed over it for months. Arias became the latest in the weird category of “Celebrity Due To The Fact He/She May Or May Not...Show More Summary
As the Jodi Arias murder comes to a close, Nancy Grace has a lot to ask about sex, lies and murder. Or, scratch that. Nancy...
Do you see what's going on in this GIF? Yesterday morning, CNN Newsroom anchor Ashleigh Banfield and CNN Headline News anchor Nancy Grace were discussing the Cleveland kidnapping case "via satellite," which is a great way to communicate for those who aren't standing in the same parking lot, and of course, they were. Show More Summary
The HLN anchor was a trending topic in the U.S. after the conviction was read. read more
Headline News is just a split screen of Jodi Arias being found guilty and Nancy Grace outside the courthouse crying & masturbating.
Following Jodi Arias being found guilty of first-degree murder this afternoon in Arizona, HLN's Nancy Grace gave an emotional reaction to a case she's been following closely, seemingly drawing near tears as she wrapped up what had just happened.
I once fainted in the desert and dreamt I was being eaten by Nancy Grace. Thankfully I awoke to discover it was only vultures.
A Phoenix jury just found Jodi Arias guilty of first-degree murder in the death of her ex-boyfriend, bringing to a close a case that's fascinated America, particularly Nancy Grace. Read more...
WITH THE crazy crime news day, this story is a classic. I’ve been a fan of Ashleigh Banfield since her incredible 9/11 reporting. Getting caught in a fake satellite interview is the producer’s fault not the talent, but this is really weird. From the Atlantic: In a bizarre television and spatial anomaly on CNN this [...]Show More Summary
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During the blanket coverage of the Cleveland kidnapping story, when TV anchors Ashleigh Banfield of CNN interviewed TV commentator Nancy Grace of Headline News, the split-screen satellite simulcast implies that the interviewer and interviewee...Show More Summary
So this is hilarious. Earlier this morning, Nancy Grace did an interview with Ashley Banfield to discuss the Cleveland kidnappings. Grace is currently in Phoenix covering the Jodi Arias trial, so the two of them did the segment via split-screen,...Show More Summary
I am LIVING for the now infamous Nancy Grace/Ashleigh Banfield split screen interview where the two were recorded separately from about fifteen feet away. LIVING. (The Atlantic Wire) I MEAN LOOK AT IT. This Daft Punk-themed art show is blowing...
As we've reported in the past, Jodi Arias has been operating a Twitter account, via a close friend, while facing trial for the 2008 murder of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander. Her tweets have taunted both prosecutors and pundits alike, taking potshots at both prosecuting lawyer Juan Martinez and HLN anchorwoman Nancy Grace.
This GIF shows CNN's Nancy Grace and correspondent Ashleigh Banfield in what appears to be a remote interview. Except that, uh—isn't that the same car in the background of both shots? Read more...
The sleuths at The Atlantic Wire have uncovered a cable news conspiracy of massive proportions. Earlier today Ashleigh Banfield interviewed Nancy Grace about the rescued women in Cleveland. The video certainly appeared as though Banfield...Show More Summary
Murder suspect Jodi Arias, in Tweets sent out through a friend, admitted that she’s contemplated suicide and would have accepted a plea deal “years ago.” Also, she's not a big fan of Nancy Grace. After jurors in the first-degree murder...Show More Summary