Secrets within secrets, crimes upon crimes, layers upon layers and journeys within journeys.
That's the way documentary filmmaker Ryan White talks about his Netflix docuseries "The Keepers," which revisits the unsolved murder of Sister Catherine Cesnik, a Baltimore nun who went missing in 1969.Read more
It was hard to imagine a news organization taking any hit comparable to the one Fox News did in August when founder Roger Ailes was pushed out amid charges of sexual harassment.Read more
Hard as it was to imagine even a couple of weeks ago given his juggernaut ratings, this really could be the end for Bill O'Reilly as a primetime host on Fox News.
That's what it feels like after a night of talking to longtime sources.Read more
Netflix released its first trailer today for "The Keepers," a docuseries on the unsolved murder of Sister Catherine Cesnik, a 26-year-old Baltimore nun who went missing in 1969. '
The seven-part series will launch on May 19 on the streaming service.Read more
The unsolved murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik, a 26-year-old Baltimore nun who disappeared in 1969, will be the subject of a seven-part Netflix docuseries launching May 19, the streaming service announced Monday.
Titled "The Keepers," the series will also explore "the horrific secrets and pain that linger nearly five decades after her death" in the Baltimore area, according to Netflix.Read more
We have been here before.
In 2004, HBO made a docudrama about medicine, research, prejudice and race at Johns Hopkins Hospital in the 1940s and '50s. That film, "Something the Lord Made," starring Alan Rickman and Mos Def, won three Emmy Awards including one for Best Television Movie.
"The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," starring Oprah Winfrey and debuting April 22 on HBO, is better than that.Read more