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Weekdays 6a & 4p

Nov. 18 at 4pm
'Deadly Liaisons' HD

She was a small-town girl from rural Wisconsin. He was a Chicago superstar, a hometown hero with the legendary Bears. Together, they were expecting their first child. But no one was expecting their tale to end in the deadly way that it did. 

Nov. 19 at 4pm
'Kidnapped' HD

A young woman was abducted in Ecuador and, as her family and investigators raced to save her, she plotted to save herself. Her daring plan involved a little something hidden at the bottom of her bag. But could she escape before it was too late? 

Nov. 20 at 4pm
'Lost in Sin City' HD

A small-town girl moved to the big city of Las Vegas, where she found a new career and a new love. But then she vanished. Within days police would find her body. But finding who killed her would be a tougher mystery to crack. 

Nov. 21 at 4pm
'To Fat to Kill?' HD

He was a wealthy executive and a doting dad who was in fear for his life. Then, he was shot dead. The case made headlines because of its unusual defense, with the accused arguing he was too obese to carry out the killing. Would the jury believe it? 

Nov. 22 at 4pm
'The Family Secret' HD

It was common for long-haul truck driver Lloyd Ford to be gone for stretches. When he disappeared, it didn’t raise many flags. But at least 2 people knew where he was, and it was a secret they guarded for 27 years. The truth was about to be revealed. 

About the Show

Dateline is an award winning newsmagazine that delivers viewers stories ranging from compelling mysteries to powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations. Each episode incorporates the classic elements of drama and great storytelling: good guys, bad guys, conflict with the highest stakes, suspense and resolution.  Hear the chilling tales directly from those most affected and involved, including investigators tasked with cracking the cases and the families confronting tragedy. Natalie Morales serves as the principal anchor, joined by correspondents Andrea Canning, Keith Morrison, Hoda Kotb, Josh Mankiewicz and Dennis Murphy.