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The Deanna Ballman, Dr. Ali Salim, heroin murder case will be chronicled on the next Killer Instinct With Chris Hansen on Investigation Discovery (ID). A few weeks ago, the Inquisitr reported on the season premiere of this show that featured the case of Cleveland serial killer Anthony Sowell in the episode entitled “Nightmare on Imperial... Show More Summary
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Remember To Catch a Predator? Nearly eight years after going off the air, Chris Hansen still finds himself talking about the highly controversial reality show devoted?you guessed it?to catching predators.Click To Continue Reading
Have a seat—and let Chris Hansen fill you in on what went on behind the scenes of 'To Catch a Predator.'
Chris Hansen has apparently been receiving tons of messages from fans since To Catch a Predator went off the air in 2008. A lot of people really want to see him back in action baiting and capturing sexual deviants, and they may soon get their chance. Click To Continue Reading
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Last shot in 2007, (in)famous online predator sting show might be coming back.
The show may have ended, but seeing as we still have internet, it's highly likely that there are still plenty of creepy dudes who use the internet to have sex with underage children.
Chris Hansen, last seen getting unceremoniously dumped by NBC in the wake of a little marital infidelity, wants to crawl back into the underworld of would-be pedophiles and he's hoping to catch you in a generous mood so he can do it, reports Rolling Stone. The former NBC reporter's Kickstarter...
Almost two years after his own caught-on-camera scandal cost him his job, Chris Hansen is looking to revive To Catch a Predator via an upcoming Kickstarter campaign. Hansen is seeking… READ ON
Former NBC News “To Catch a Predator” correspondent Chris Hansen gets asked a lot when the next installment of the long-running investigative series will air. “Most of them don’t even know that I’m no longer with NBC News,” Hansen, who...Show More Summary
Chris Hansen’s To Catch A Predator caught its last predator in 2008—a long, seven-year span in which untold numbers of sexual offenders have just been roaming free, with no one telling them where to have a seat. “Right over there! Over...Show More Summary
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Chris Hansen is going back into the predator-catching business, but this time he's asking his fans to help him.