I love DEADLY SINS, and season #4 should be the best yet, and not just because they’ve asked me to add my snarky yet insightful commentary to several episodes.
Posts Categorized: Television
All of those great ID shows, plus SNAPPED and SCORNED, have done episodes either adapted from one of my books, or based on cases which I brought to them for consideration. I can tell when I.D. or Oxygen re-runs one of them because suddenly I get more visitors to my web page. So, if you… Read more »
The popular TV series, MOTIVES AND MURDERS: CRACKING THE CASE recently interviewed, among others, Detective Robert Yerbury and me about the murder of Robert Henry.
A special e-book, MURDER ON 9/11, is now available!
Set your DVR or make plans to watch DEADLY SINS this Saturday, March 2nd 6pm and 9pm Pacific Time on Investigation Discovery for their take on MOM SAID KILL by Burl Barer.
The nice folks from I.D.'s BEHIND MANSION WALLS are coming to interview me next month for an upcoming episode based on my book, FATAL BEAUTY, the story of beautiful Rhonda Glover who pumped 13 bullets from a Glock 9mm into her boyfriend of 15 years, Jimmy Joste. Joining me on the show will be Jimmy's… Read more »
"KING CITY began as a TV series pitch that I took all over Hollywood four or five years ago," writes my nephew, Lee Goldberg, best-selling author of the MONK books, among others. "It generated some interest but ultimately didn't lead to anything. So I put it in a drawer and moved on." Now, years later,… Read more »
The Official Saint Web Site confirms that James Purefoy is set to play Simon Templar, alias The Saint, in a two hour TV movie/ pilot episode shooting early July in New Orleans. The newest version of The Saint, the Robin Hood of Modern Crime created by author Leslie Charteris, is being produced by Cajun Pictures,… Read more »
I'm exhausted. Yes, I love writing, and there is nothing like a deadline and a check for motivation, but three days of being chained to this laptop re-writing and restructuring a two hour made for TV movie from near-scratch was a bit much. It's one of those show-biz projects where there are more chefs than… Read more »
I was watching a televised debate from Nevada when the moderator called out one of the participants for making a blatantly untrue statement about her opponent. The moderator asked her pointedly to do one of two things: Either acknowledge the lie and apologize, or produce proof. As producing proof was impossible, there was only… Read more »
Yes, it is true. After years of negotiating and re-negotiating, it appears as if THE SAINT is about to return to TV. There is a script (again) and a director (again) and a star (again). The two-hour TV movie kick-off episode will begin production in October. So, the Saint returns to TV, AND there is… Read more »