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[07/10/06 - 12:00 AM]
Sleuth August Highlights

[via press release from Sleuth]

SLEUTH AUGUST HIGHLIGHTS

SLEUTH GETS SPOOKY IN AUGUST

BURBANK, Calif. � July 10, 2006 � Sleuth , the popular mystery and crime channel, gives viewers a thrill with some special programming in August.

On Sunday, August 6th, it's Demolition Derby Knight with viewer favorite Knight Rider featuring K.I.T.T. taking an acid bath and facing The Juggernaut, beginning at 9pm (ET), all in one explosive night.

Sleuth goes supernatural on Saturday, August 12th, with a full day of the spookiest mysteries including: Nightmares, The Bermuda Triangle: Startling New Secrets, The Frighteners, and special episodes of Knight Rider, Simon & Simon and Homicide: Life on the Street.

Sleuth's heading back to school for a crash course in crime beginning on Friday, August 25th! We kick off with Kindergarten Cop on Friday at 9pm (ET). Then graduate to law school with a Courthouse Marathon beginning at 10am (ET) on Saturday, followed by The Chamber at 9pm (ET). We're also joining the Simon brothers as they head back to college with special episodes of Simon & Simon and giving everyone a time-traveling history lesson with Running Against Time.

"We're continuing to enhance our schedule at Sleuth as our audience grows," said Dan Harrison, Sr. Vice President Emerging Networks, NBC Universal Cable Entertainment. "Sleuth is the television destination for every mystery and crime fan out there."

Sleuth's newest series, Courthouse, follows the day-to-day lives of courthouse judges and stars Patricia Wettig, Robin Givens, and Nia Peeples. Episodes continuing rolling out on Thursday nights at 9pm and 12am (ET), followed by LA Dragnet.

M is for Murder Mondays! This month's Sleuth Murder Mondays (9pm and 12am ET) features are: The Man Who Wouldn't Die, The Don is Dead. Dead Reckoning, Murder Live, Profile for Murder, Curiosity Kills, Dead in the Water, Thursday, Coopersmith, and Radioland Murders.

This month's Sleuth's Action Wednesdays (9pm and 12am ET) features are: The Black Windmill, Running Against Time, This Gun for Hire, Line of Fire, Stick, Marked for Murder, Birds II, The Take, Wild Card, and Singapore Sling.

SLEUTH WEEKEND STAKEOUT MOVIES � Fridays and Saturdays, 9pm ET:

Encores
Timecop 8/4
In the Name of the Father 8/5
Radioland Murders 8/11
The Frighteners 8/12
Sudden Death 8/18
The Jackal 8/19
Kindergarten Cop 8/25
The Chamber 8/26





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