She's done it, fellow civilians: Nancy Grace — without a gun, badge, or even a TV news show — is getting closer and closer to Nightcrawler's vision. The infamous former HLN host has staked out a new home on the internet: CrimeOnline.com (Google it, because obviously we won't be linking ... More »
On Tuesday morning, former TV host and human smoke alarm Nancy Grace revealed the next evolution of her trademark, guilty-before-proven-innocent approach to true crime reporting: a new website she has described as “the go-to for crime sleuths and people who want knowledge about crime and crime fighting.” Read more...
Television personality and former prosecutor Nancy Grace on Tuesday launched a new digital media venture that aims to be the one-stop-shop for those interested in crime news. The website, Crime Online, will feature stories on various...Show More Summary
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Where does Grace’s zealous brand of fire-and-brimstone gusto belong now?
“The past few years have been dominated by headlines about criminal justice and sexual assault – the latter has lately consumed even the coverage of the 2016 campaign. The cultural appetite for grim true crime storytelling, meanwhile, has never been so keen. We are seemingly more susceptible than ever to both Grace’s material and her […]
Nancy Grace has said goodnight for the final time after 12 years of discussing true crime stories from a prosecutor's point of view on TV. Grace ended her HLN program Thursday night. She signed off by highlighting some of her most popular moments on the program, including her coverage of the Casey...
HLN Host and producer Nancy Grace intended to promote her upcoming book and her soon to air Hallmark TV movie, but, when she did show up for a guest shot on a popular podcast, she found that the hosts weren’t at all interested in a fluff piece. Show More Summary
This week, the host took an interview with Jim Norton and Sam Roberts, who took her to task for "capitalizing on dead kids." Here's how Nancy Grace responded.
Nancy Grace, famed legal analyst, is guns-out adamant that Kim's robbery was a set-up. In fact, she has her own ideas as to what really went down, and they're raising more questions than can be answered. Grace complains that the job...Show More Summary
Her self-titled show on HLN may be coming to an end, but there's no way she could leave without a little controversy.
Nancy Grace doesn't like it when her morals are questioned! The legal commentator may be known for reporting on traumatic events, but she had to escape her own trauma when a heated interview got real ugly! On Tuesday, Grace abruptly ended her Sirius Radio interview when hosts Jim Norton and Sam Roberts kept asking some hard questions [...]
Nancy Grace, who will soon wrap 12 storied years at HLN seeking justice so that she might scream at it, was the guest yesterday on SiriusXM’s Jim Norton & Sam Roberts, where the hosts greeted her with the same sort of eagerness and openness that Grace reserves for crimes involving young white women. Show More Summary
On Tuesday, Nancy Grace stopped by Jim Norton and Sam Roberts' radio show for an interview while promoting her upcoming Hallmark channel special, Hailey Dean Mystery: Murder, With Love (in which she plays herself). I have no idea how...Show More Summary
It wasn't exactly a graceful exit.
Nancy Grace walked out on a radio interview yesterday after getting ticked off about the questions she got about why she "capitalized on dead kids."
Nancy Grace was not happy when Jim Norton and Sam Roberts questioned her intentions during their radio talk show on Sirius Radio. The hosts asked the hard questions about why Grace capitalizes on murder. The interview ended abruptly, however, as Grace got up and left after she had enough. Norton...
She didn’t like questions she called “shots and attacks.” Grace appeared in studio with Sirius hosts Jim Norton and Sam Roberts, apparently expecting to talk about a Hallmark television series based on her books–and a new novel just published. Instead, the questions focused on Grace’s HLN show, the trial coverage that earned her fame, and [...]