If the TV series "Aquarius" is revisiting the crimes of Charles Manson and his fanatic group of "believers" from the perspective of law enforcement, another TV network wants to take a deeper look at the "believers" themselves. Lifetime TV recently greenlighted a TV movie about the group of teenaged girls who took part in Manson's criminal activities.
It’s official, this is not the Lifetime your grandmother used to watch. The network has been slowly changing its brand to a more contemporary setting. One inclination was original programming that appealed to a younger audience. We got...Show More Summary
Much like a handful of impressionable young people in the late ’60s, TV networks are infatuated with a lovable California cult leader/convicted murderer named Charles Manson. NBC has already given a second season to Aquarius—its David...Show More Summary
Lifetime will be revisiting one of the most gruesome crimes in 20th century America, the Mason Family murders. The network has greenlighted Manson's Lost Girls (working title), an original movie about the circle of teenaged girls who...Show More Summary
Crossing over from straight edge revenge to worshipping Satan and obsessing over Charles Manson via a prodigious intake of LSD and mushrooms, the career path of Integrity and it’s salty frontman / founder Dwid Hellion has always been...Show More Summary
"I’m the devil!" With those awful words, crazed gunman Dylann Roof poured out his pent-up rage in a chilling secret diary kept on a computer, a top government source told The National ENQUIRER. While the 21-year-old hater has reportedly...Show More Summary
Near the close of the 1960s, everyone who kept up with the news knew who Charles Manson was, but hardly anyone had heard of Vincent Bugliosi.
NBC Orders Second Season Of Super-Low-Rated Charles Manson Tale AQUARIUS!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! I confess I did not see this coming. Despite super-low ratings, NBC has elected to give the Charles Manson hourlong “Aquarius” a second season. How low are the “Aquarius” ratings? It gets clobbered by repeats. Show More Summary
NBC is staying in the sixties for just a bit longer. The summer crime series surrounding Charles Manson, starring David Duchovny, Aquarius has been renewed for season two. It is unclear if it will continue as a summer series or move up to mid-season but Aquarius fans are sure to get more to get of the hunt for Charlie Manson.
After realizing that Gethin Anthony’s Charles Manson is actually pretty charming and handsome, and that his ideas—crazy as they may be on the surface—don’t really sound so bad when he explains them to you while you’re high, NBC has decided to give Aquarius another season. Show More Summary
Need more proof how little relevance linear viewing has in networks’ pickup decisions? NBC has just given a second-season order to 1960's-set drama Aquarius, starring David Duchovny as an LAPD cop on the hunt for Charles Manson. The show represented an experiment for NBC, with the entire season made available online following the TV premiere. Show More Summary
NBC has given a second-season renewal for its 1960’s-themed drama “Aquarius,” starring David Duchovny as an LAPD cop on the hunt for Charles Manson
The Coming Race War Begins In Cuba, Not South Carolina Optics of USA’s Killers Returning Home Is Not A Good One The View From The U.S. Virgin Islands By JOHN McCARTHY TMV Columnist Charles Manson wanted to start a race war in America by directing his “family” to mass murder people and then try to [...]Show More Summary
CHARLES MANSON'S 26-year-old fiancée is in a sick romantic triangle with one of the psycho’s favorite deranged disciples! Afton “Star” Burton skipped a recent visiting session with her 80-year-old convicted serial killer lover to spend time with his pal “Gray Wolf” – real name Craig Carlisle Hammond – on the outside. Show More Summary
People continue to be fascinated by Charles Manson. "Manson Family Vacation Takes You On an Unexpected Journey About Family" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. It is not intended to be reproduced on other websites. Show More Summary
Vincent Bugliosi, the man who prosecuted Charles Manson and the Manson Family, has died at the age of 80. Along with […] The post RIP: Vincent Bugliosi, Man Who Helped Put Charles Manson Behind Bars, Dies At 80 appeared first on Crime Feed.
Vincent Bugliosi, the man who prosecuted murderer Charles Manson and his minions, died over the weekend.
Prosecutor/author Vincent Bugliosi, most famous for prosecuting Charles Manson and for the true-crime book he wrote about the case afterward, “Helter Skelter,” has died at age 80. I wrote a mostly favorable review of Bugliosi’s bestselling 1996 book on the O.J. Show More Summary
The L.A. district attorney who put the Charles Manson family behind bars went on to write "Helter Skelter" about the gruesome crimes
Vincent Bugliosi, the Los Angeles prosecutor who won convictions against Charles Manson and several of his followers for a series of heinous murders in 1969 and who later wrote a best-selling true-crime book, “Helter Skelter,” about the Manson cult and the killings surrounding it, died June 6 in a Los Angeles hospital. He was 80.Read full article >>