Decades Network

Dateline

Weekdays 6a & 4p

Mar. 30 at 4pm
'Tangled' HD

At first it looked like a home invasion gone wrong at the house Ralph Candelario shared with his second wife… a robbery that resulted in the murder of Pam. But when police learned the antique dealer's first wife had disappeared, they took a closer look. 


Mar. 31 at 4pm
'The Client' HD

Four days after beautiful real estate agent Beverly Carter disappeared, a grisly discovery: an elbow sticking out of a shallow grave at a cement plant. It took years to figure out how she wound up dead, with no enemies. But the story that unraveled would shock even seasoned detectives. 


Apr. 1 at 4pm
'The Quiet One' HD

A wife and mother of three is found dead in her bathtub in sleepy Boone, Iowa. Is it an accident, or something else? Dark secrets of secret lives and addictions are revealed as the investigation unfolds. 


Apr. 2 at 4pm
'The House on Sidney’s Cove' HD

Dominique "Nique" Leili was last seen at her home casually smoking a cigarette in 2011. The next day she was gone. It took her husband two days before he told anyone she was missing. Recordings from security cameras around the house had been erased. Did that point to murder? 


Apr. 3 at 4pm
'The House on the Lake' HD

Stranger than fiction—a mom suddenly vanished, a dad under suspicion. There was no body, no weapon, no eyewitness and surprises along the way. Now, after all the twists and turns of four murder trials, the final verdict is in. 

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.