I’m not exactly sure when my disdain for Nancy Grace started. If I had to hazard a guess I would say it was when the Melinda Duckett incident happened. For those who may not remember, back in 2006 a child by the name of Trenton Duckett went missing. Show More Summary
Nancy Grace has been on the air for more than a decade at this point. The titular host's looks at true crime have frequently garnered controversy, thus ensuring her legacy as a household name.
After 12 years with the network, Nancy Grace announced yesterday that she’ll be leaving HLN once her contract is up in October. Grace, who’s infamous for her televised reports slash crusades, told The Hollywood Reporter that her next gig will involve “a very large digital component,” but she will “always ... More »
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Nancy Grace, one of America’s most controversial television personalities, has announced she will be departing from HLN after more than a decade when her contract expires in October. The Hollywood Reporter was the first to report the news after Nancy made the announcement to her staff Thursday morning. Show More Summary
Nancy Grace's TV show popularized a modern media trend: inane rage built on bullshit that's too satisfying to fact-check. But now she's leaving HLN, and The Daily Beast bids "good fucking riddance" and tallies the worst moments from her career. Grace’s show was permanently unhinged and consistently wrong. Show More Summary
Nancy Grace, a former prosecutor who became a controversial legal news show host and advocate for victim's rights, will depart HLN after 12 years when her current contract expires in October. Grace, 58, once got 4.57 million viewers after the Casey Anthony trial verdict. Show More Summary
Her TV show was the forerunner of the all-caps internet outrage machine we hate todayand now its dead. Good fking riddance.
After 12 years of true-crime bullshit and an official twitter account so demented as to be indistinguishable from parody, Nancy Grace is out at CNN sister network HLN. A network spokesperson tells The Hollywood Reporter that a new series — one that will "utilize the expertise of the current team" — will replace Nancy Grace in the ?8 p.m. Show More Summary
After twelve years, Nancy Grace is leaving HLN. Who will now canvass the court dockets of America for perfectly viral cases involving potentially villainous and somewhat conventionally attractive white women is an open question. Read more...
Nancy Grace is leaving HLN, her cable television home for the past 12 years. The last episode of "Nancy Grace" will air on October 13. Grace told The Hollywood Reporter that she's planning another TV venture with a large digital component. "I will always be wedded to a traditional platform — which is TV, God help me," she said. Show More Summary
The formidable and controversial Nancy Grace will be leaving HLN when her contract expires in October. The former prosecutor has called HLN home for over 12 years and in an exclusive interview with True Hollywood Reporter, Grace shared that she has been grappling with this decision for the past three years. Show More Summary
After 12 years of helping to publicize some of the most severe crimes, Nancy Grace has decided to leave her HLN home behind for something new.
Ms. Grace, a former prosecutor, became a polarizing TV personality as she aggressively covered tabloid crime stories for the cable network.
Nancy Grace will leave HLN when her contract expires in October, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Grace, a former Georgia prosecutor, has made her name on television by yelling about open cases involving children, murder, or both. Normally, when there’s not enough detail, she’ll demand answers. From whom, exactly? It’s unclear. Read more...
One of the most polarizing figures on cable TV is calling it quits at her TV home of 12 years. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Nancy Grace announced to staffers today that she will leave HLN at the end of...
Nancy Grace will leave HLN when her contract expires in October. One of the most visible personalities on cable news, Grace, a former prosecutor, is known for her zealous coverage of high-profile, tabloid-friendly criminal cases. Her self-titled show has been a prime-time anchor for HLN, CNN’s...
Nancy Grace, the often controversial former prosecutor-turned-HLN legal news show host and commentator, is leaving the cable network after 12 years. The 56-year-old will appear in her...
Nancy Grace is leaving HLN after 12 years, telling The Hollywood Reporter she'll depart the cable-news channel once her contract is up in October. The Batman v Superman star was HLN's most popular personality, though her ratings have declined since the salad days of the Casey Anthony trial. There's no official ... More »
Legal-show host leaves behind a complicated legacy.