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Dateline

Weekdays 7a & 3p

Jun. 17 at 3pm
'Someone Was Out There' HD

One murder in broad daylight. Then another brutal attack almost exactly a year later. Police discovered a chilling connection between the victims but did they have a serial killer on their hands? It was a race to connect the dots. 


Jun. 18 at 3pm
'Secrets At The Sunshine Motel' HD

Vern Holbrook seemed to have it all: A thriving estate company and a beautiful family. So when this beloved patriarch failed to show up at a meeting with his daughter-in-law, she was concerned. Was Vern delayed at work or was it something far worse? 


Jun. 19 at 3pm
'Death of a Golden Girl' HD

Paula Sladewski was no stranger to the camera. As a model, her picture had been taken hundreds of times. But the image that interested police wasn`t a fashion photo. It was a few seconds of grainy video recorded during the last hours of her life. 


Jun. 20 at 3pm
'A Family’s Story' HD

When a young mother disappeared on a bone-chilling night, her husband offered a strange alibi: he was camping with their two young sons. But what did the boys know about their mom's disappearance? And could this tragedy have been prevented? 


Jun. 21 at 3pm
'Indescretion' HD

It was a violent and bizarre crime scene: #1 scrawled next to the lifeless body. The victim’s boyfriend had an alibi and the case went cold. Then, a DNA hit. But investigators couldn’t figure out the link between two people separated by 1,500 miles. 

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.