After debuting as the No. 1 podcast in Canada last year, Crime Beat will be premiering as a TV show on Global starting on March 7 starring host NancyHixt. READ MORE:
Some of reporter Nancy Hixt 's darkest cases will be brought to life on-screen starting March 7.Nancy Hixt . Hixt has spent the last year and two seasons taking listeners on a deep dive into some of the most high-profile cases she’s covered over her 20 years as a crime reporter for Global News in Calgary. READ MORE: This time, the series will also showcase stories from across the country from other Global News journalists, like Alan Carter, Eric Sorensen, Rumina Daya, Catherine McDonald, Caryn Lieberman and Antony Robart. “After witnessing the incredible success of the Crime Beat podcast and Nancy Hixt’s fantastic storytelling ability, we knew this true crime series would translate well to TV to reach an even wider audience,” George Browne, executive producer of the show, said in a statement. Trending Stories Read more: Globalnews.ca
No. I don't watch broadcast TV. Can't stand commercials. ETCanada Yayyy No What time in Alberta ? Absolutely You’re* Nope. NancyHixt Congrats Nancy! I love you podcast. Very well done and respectful to the families NancyHixt Congratulations NancyHixt ! !! NancyHixt So excited for this! It’s not every day that one of your favorite crime podcasts becomes a TV show! 🤗
NancyHixt Oh wow!!! NancyHixt podcast is amazing. Will we be able to watch this in the UK
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NancyHixt Amazing. My favourite podcast! NancyHixt So awesome, congrats Nancy!!! globalwinnipeg NancyHixt Shoud start with the crimes in parliament!! GlobalEdmonton NancyHixt How about the crimes of blockades? That would make great TV 📺 NancyHixt Y'know what would be really cool? If all the resources being poured into Cop Shows instead went towards supporting animatiors.
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