48 Hours 11/19/22 on CBS

CBS NEWS CORRESPONDENT NATALIE MORALES DELIVERS HER FIRST TRUE-CRIME INVESTIGATION FOR “48 HOURS”

48 Hours: Last Seen in Breckenridge” Airs This Saturday

Natalie Morales

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Award-winning correspondent Natalie Morales will make her investigative debut on CBS News’ critically acclaimed true-crime series 48 HOURS on Saturday, Nov. 19 (10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+.

Morales’ first in-depth reporting for CBS News focuses on an investigation into the murders of two young women, Annette Schnee, 21, and Bobbie Jo Oberholtzer, 29, near the resort ski town of Breckenridge, Colo. Detectives were initially able to link the two 1982 murders through an orange sock found near Oberholtzer’s crime scene and a matching sock found on Schnee. The case went cold until investigators ran DNA recovered from evidence through a public genealogy database and got a match. In a bizarre turn of events, investigators would learn that the killer had been rescued by a local fire chief from a snow-covered mountain pass the very same night he dumped the bodies of the two women.

“The 48 HOURS team is at the top of their game and the best in the business of true-crime reporting,” Morales says. “It has been a dream working with the 48 HOURS family and on this story, which has so many unusual twists and turns.”

48 HOURS: “Last Seen in Breckenridge” is produced by Chris Young Ritzen. The development producer is Elena DiFiore. The show is also produced by Jamie Stolz, Paul LaRosa, Betsy Shuller and Judy Rybak. David Dow is a development producer. Lauren Clark is the field producer. Michael Loftus is the associate producer. Richard Barber, Marlon Disla, Mike Vele, Diana Modica and Marcus Balsam are the editors. Anthony Batson is the senior broadcast producer. Nancy Kramer is the executive story editor. Judy Tygard is the executive producer.

At 9:00 PM, 48 HOURS and Troy Roberts report on the heart-wrenching story of a 9-year-old Russian girl named Caralee who was adopted by an American couple. But two years later, the couple came to believe Caralee was dangerous, even capable of murder as they say she tried to kill her little brother. The American couple returned Caralee to Russia and left her behind in a children’s psychiatric hospital. Roberts tells her surprising story in “What Happened to the Perfect Child?”

48 HOURS is one of the most successful true-crime docuseries in television history and has been the #1 non-sports broadcast on Saturday nights for 16 consecutive years. 48 HOURS is broadcast Saturdays at 10:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS, and streams anytime on Paramount+. There’s also a new way to watch 48 HOURS. You’ll find us on the CBS News Streaming Network Wednesdays at 8:00 PM, ET. Download the CBS News app on your phone or connected TV. Follow 48 HOURS on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Listen to podcasts at CBSAudio.

48 Hours Saturday, 10/15/22 on CBS

A RESPECTED GEORGIA PROFESSOR IS FOUND DEAD IN A HOT TUB AFTER A GET-TOGETHER – HER BOYFRIEND SAYS “EVIL CAME TO PLAY” THAT NIGHT – WHAT REALLY HAPPENED?

48 Hours” Investigates in “The Strange Death of Professor Shockley”

Marianne Shockley

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A popular University of Georgia professor, Marianne Shockley; her boyfriend, Marcus Lillard; and a former psychologist, Clark Heindel, got together one night in May 2019 for a dip in a hot tub and to listen to music. Hours later, the professor and the psychologist were dead and only the professor’s boyfriend was alive. 48 HOURS contributor Jonathan Vigliotti investigates what happened that night in “The Strange Death of Professor Shockley,” to be broadcast Saturday, Oct. 15 (10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+.

When sheriff’s deputies arrived at the home of Clark Heindel in Milledgeville, Ga., they discovered a chaotic scene where Lillard and Heindel attempted to perform CPR on Shockley. While deputies investigated the scene, authorities say Heindel slipped into the house and took his own life. Within a day, Lillard was charged in his girlfriend’s death.

“There is good and there is evil and that night … evil came to play,” Lillard tells Vigliotti in an exclusive interview.

Lillard told investigators he had nothing to do with Shockley’s death and a jury acquitted him. Her family doesn’t believe him. So, what happened that night?

“The very first thought was, he had to have had something to do with this … Why would he kill himself?” Lillard says of Heindel. “There’s something he’s hiding.”

48 HOURS: “The Strange Death of Professor Shockley” is produced by Paul LaRosa. Elizabeth Caholo and Ryan Smith are the development producers. Morgan Canty is the associate producer. Jordan Kinsey is the field producer. Doreen Schechter, George Baluzy and James Taylor are the editors. Anthony Batson is the senior broadcast producer. Nancy Kramer is the executive story editor. Judy Tygard is the executive producer.

48 HOURS is one of the most successful true crime docuseries in television history and has been the #1 non-sports broadcast on Saturday nights for 16 consecutive years. 48 HOURS is broadcast Saturdays at 10:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS, and streams anytime on Paramount+. There’s also a new way to watch 48 HOURS. You’ll find us on the CBS News Streaming Network Wednesdays at 8:00 PM, ET. Download the CBS News app on your phone or connected TV. Follow 48 HOURS on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Listen to podcasts at CBSAudio.

48 Hours 10/1 on CBS





A MILLIONAIRE MOTHER AND HER DAUGHTER ARE SHOT DEAD – THE CRIME SCENE RAISED AN ODD QUESTION: DID SOMEONE PULL THE TRIGGER WITH A TOE?
“48 Hours” Investigates in “Death Hits Home: The Hargan Killings”

Saturday, Oct. 1 (10:00 PM)

48 HOURS and correspondent Peter Van Sant investigate the murders of millionaire mother Pam Hargan and her adult daughter Helen in their northern Virginia home, in “Death Hits Home: The Hargan Killings,” to be broadcast Saturday, Oct. 1 (10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+.

Hours after the bodies were found with a rifle near Helen, police told the family her wound looked self-inflicted. Did Helen shoot her mom and then take her own life? The crime scene suggested to some that she could have pulled the trigger with her toe. And her older sister, Megan, told investigators Helen had been struggling emotionally. How did Pam and Helen Hargan die? And why? Authorities later determined Helen’s fatal wound was not self-inflicted. Someone had murdered them both.

48 HOURS: “Death Hits Home: The Hargan Killings” is produced by Josh Yager and Lauren A. White. Michelle Sigonaand Sara Ely Hulse are the development producers.Jud Johnston, Grayce Arlotta-Bernerand Diana Modica are the editors. Peter Schweitzer is the senior producer. Nancy Kramer is the executive story editor. Judy Tygard is the executive producer.

48 HOURS is one of the most successful true crime docuseries in television history and has been the #1 non-sports broadcast on Saturday nights for 16 consecutive broadcast years. 48 HOURS is broadcast Saturdays at 10:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS, and streams anytime on Paramount+. There’s also a new way to watch 48 HOURS. You’ll find us on the CBS News Streaming Network Wednesdays at 8:00 PM, ET. Download the CBS News app on your phone or connected TV.



48 Hours 9/24 on CBS





A YOUNG WOMAN VANISHES – THE PRIME SUSPECT MURDERED HIS PARENTS WHEN HE WAS A CHILD – DID HE KILL AGAIN?
“48 Hours: A Man with a Past” Features Exclusive Interview with Suspect Rick Ennis

Saturday, Sept. 24

48 HOURS and correspondent Peter Van Sant investigate the disappearance of Lori Ann Slesinski and the case against her killer, Rick Ennis, in “A Man with a Past,” to be broadcast Saturday, Sept. 24 (10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+.

Slesinski, a recent college graduate, disappeared in 2006 from Auburn, Ala. Four days after she went missing, her car was found engulfed in flames on a deserted street. But she was still nowhere to be found. Police believed Rick Ennis was the last person to be with her before she disappeared. But Ennis moved away from Auburn after he talked with police. It would take 12 years before authorities made a case against him. In 2018, Ennis was charged with Slesinski’s murder, even though her body was never found.

It was not the first time Ennis was charged with such a horrific crime. In 1993, when he was 12 years old, Ennis murdered his parents. But did he kill Lori Slesinski?

In an exclusive interview, Ennis denies having anything to do with Lori’s disappearance and says he killed his mother and stepfather because his mother abused him, something 48 HOURS could not corroborate.

“I was molested by my mother,” Ennis tells Van Sant. “I exploded and the result was that I, I took my mother’s life and then I took my stepfather’s life.”

Investigators say Ennis never told policeabout his mother allegedly abusing him. “I was deeply ashamed about my mother molesting me and I had a really hard time talking about it,” Ennis tells Van Sant.

As for Slesinski, Ennis says, “I never murdered Lori Slesinski. She was a very close, dear friend of mine. I never would have hurt her.”

48 HOURS: “A Man with a Past” is produced by Murray Weiss. Richard Barber is producer/editor. Kat Teurfs is the field producer. Morgan Canty is the associate producer. Joan Adelman and Gary Winter are the editors. Patti Aronofsky is the senior producer. Nancy Kramer is the executive story editor. Judy Tygard is the executive producer.

48 HOURS is one of the most successful true crime docuseries in television history and has been the #1 non-sports broadcast on Saturday nights for 16 consecutive broadcast years. 48 HOURS is broadcast Saturdays at 10:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS, and streams anytime on Paramount+. There’s also a new way to watch 48 HOURS. You’ll find us on the CBS News Streaming Network Wednesdays at 8:00 PM, ET. Download the CBS News app on your phone or connected TV. Follow 48 HOURS on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Listen to podcasts at CBSAudio.



CBS NEWS RATINGS HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT. 12 AND FULL BROADCAST YEAR





CBS NEWS RATINGS HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT. 12 AND FULL BROADCAST YEAR

60 MINUTES

Premiered in the top 10 in all of television – #4 primetime broadcast in viewers and #3 in adults 18+ (tied) – on Sunday, Sept. 18. (Watch 60 MINUTES) (Press Release)

Posted its best viewers and adults 18+ deliveries since Jan. 16, 2022, while in adults 25-54 matched Nov. 14, 2021, for the best since Jan. 10, 2021.

Delivered 10.20 million viewers, up +115,000 from the season premiere a year ago, with 2.912 million of them adults 25-54 (up +2%) year to year.

Was additionally Sunday’s #1 non-sports primetime program in viewers, adults 18+ and adults 25-54.

Amassed 1.66 billion potential social impressions, up +515% from last year’s season premiere.

Posted its largest live streaming audience ever and was up +87% from last year’s season premiere on Sept. 12, 2021.

Finished the 2021-2022 season as the #1 primetime news program.

60 MINUTES, in the 2021-2022 season, was television’s #1 primetime broadcast in viewers seven times, made the top five in viewers 18 times this season and top ten 27 times.

60 MINUTES matched the 1992-93 season’s first place finishes for the best since the 1991-92 season.

CBS MORNINGS

Finished the 2021-2022 broadcast year with the tightest gaps in adults and women against NBC and ABC ever (since at least 1991) and its most narrow deficit among men with NBC ever. (Watch CBS MORNINGS)

Posted its largest women audience competitive share ever (25%) for a season, dating back to at least 1991, and is up over two share points from last season.

Gained one share point in the adults 25-54 demo over the previous season, tying the 2016-17 season for its highest mark ever (25%).

Coming out of its first season since the relaunch, the broadcast closed the gaps with the competition in the key adults 25-54 demo – cutting into NBC’s lead by 28% (-276,000 gap vs. -385,000) and 19% against ABC (-245,000 gap vs. -301,000).

In the most important demo, women 25-54, the broadcast made even greater progress, cutting into NBC’s lead by 32% (-170,000 gap vs. -250,000) and 33% vs. ABC (-151,000 gap vs. -225,000).

In the third quarter, delivered its best audience share ever, for any quarter, in adults and women, and had the tightest gap ever with NBC and ABC for any quarter among both demos (dating back to 1987).

In viewers, delivered the tightest gap ever with NBC for any quarter since 1987 and tightest with ABC for a third quarter since the third quarter of 1998.

Was the only program with year-over-year growth in women for the quarter (+6% vs. the third quarter of 2021) while NBC fell -22% and ABC -15%.

Posted its second consecutive quarter of year-to-year growth with the second quarter of 2022 up +8% vs. the second quarter of 2021.

Delivered 519,000 in the adults 25-54 demo in the final week of the season, for its fourth straight week above 500,000 (last done in May).

Compared to the same week last year, grew +14% in women 25-54, and has now grown in 17 of the past 20 weeks. NBC and ABC have fallen year-over-year in each of those 20 weeks, and by double-digits for the majority of them.

Delivered 2.4 million viewers, with 519,000 in adults 25-54 and 332,000 in women 25-54.

CBS EVENING NEWS WITH NORAH O’DONNELL

Finished the 2021-2022 broadcast year delivering the tightest gaps in adults and men with NBC in 27 years. (Watch the CBS EVENING NEWS)

Finished the broadcast year with its tightest gap with NBC in women 25-54 in 15 years.

Finished the broadcast year with its tightest gap with ABC in adults and women since the 2018-19 season.

Cut into the competition’s lead among women 25-54 the most (-18% vs. NBC and -14% vs. ABC).

In the adults 25-54 demo, cut into NBC’s lead from last year by 16% and 10% against ABC.

For the third quarter delivered the tightest gap in the demo with NBC for any quarter since the second quarter of 1995 and with ABC since the third quarter of 2019.

Delivered its tightest gap among women 25-54 with NBC for any quarter since the second quarter of 2007 and with ABC since the third quarter of 2018.

Delivered its tightest gap with NBC among viewers for any quarter since the second quarter of 2021 and with ABC since the second quarter of 2019.

For the quarter, garnered the strongest audience share in women 25-54 since the first quarter of 2021.

Compared to the third quarter of 2021, closed the gap among adults with NBC by 22% and with ABC by 12%.

Closed the gap in women with NBC by 34% and with ABC by 20%.

Closed the gap in viewers for the quarter with NBC by 2% and with ABC by 4%.

For the week of Sept. 12, was the #1 broadcast on CBS Monday through Thursday in viewers and # 1 on Monday and Tuesday in the adults 25-54 demo.

Delivered 603 million potential social impressions for the week of Sept. 12.

CBS SUNDAY MORNING

Finished the 2021-2022 broadcast year as the #1 Sunday morning news program for the 22nd consecutive season in total viewers. (Watch CBS SUNDAY MORNING)

Finished #1 with adults 25-54 and women 25-54 for the 19th consecutive season.

Delivered 4.624 million viewers, with 727,000 of them in adults 25-54, ranking #1 for the 619th week in viewers and 225th among adults 25-54 on Sunday, Sept. 18.

The broadcast’s live streaming audience was up +8% from the prior week.

FACE THE NATION WITH MARGARET BRENNEN

Finished the 2021-2022 broadcast year as the #1 Sunday morning public affairs show in viewers for the second consecutive season. (Watch FACE THE NATION)

Finished #2 in women 25-54 for the first time in seven years (2014-2015 season).

Expanded its lead over NBC (+382,000 from +116,000 last season).

Garnered its largest audience share among viewers, adults and women 25-54 in seven years (since the 2014-15 season).

For the third quarter, was #1 in viewers for the ninth consecutive quarter and #2 in women 25-54 for the fourth consecutive quarter.

Ranked #2 among adults 25-54 for a third quarter for the first time since the third quarter of 2014.

Was ahead of NBC among women 25-54 by +46,000, its largest lead over NBC for any quarter since the second quarter of 2015.

48 HOURS

Was Saturday’s #1 primetime non-sports program with viewers with its 35th season premiere on Saturday, Sept. 17.

Delivered 2.04 million viewers, with 446,000 of them adults 25-54.

48 HOURS amassed a total of 37.8 million potential social impressions.

Finished the 2021-2022 season as Saturday’s #1 non-sports primetime program for the 16th consecutive season.

CBS SATURDAY MORNING

For the 2021-2022 season, delivered its narrowest gap ever with NBC among adults and women 25-54 (dating back to 1991). (Watch CBS SATURDAY MORNING)

Delivered the tightest gaps with ABC for the season in adults and women since the 2004-05 season.

Garnered its largest audience competitive shares among women (25%) since the 2002-03 season.

For the third quarter, delivered its narrowest gap ever with NBC for any quarter among adults and women (dating back to 1991).

Specifically among adults 25-54 was just -96,000 from NBC, marking the first time ever for any quarter below the -100,000 mark.

Its -55,000 gap in women with NBC was its narrowest for a quarter ever, while its -119,000 gap with ABC was its narrowest for any quarter since the fourth quarter of 2004.

For the week, was the only program with week-to-week growth in the adults 25-54 demo on Saturday, Sept. 17.

Delivered 1.710 million viewers, with 289,000 in adults 25-54.

The broadcast’s live-streaming audience was up +5% from the prior week.

CBS WEEKEND NEWS: SATURDAY

Finished the 2021-2022 season delivering 2.44 million viewers, with 355,000 of them adults 25-54.

Cut gap with NBC by 35% in adults, 34% in women and 10% in total viewers.

Cut the gap with ABC in adults 25-54 by 3% and 10% in women.

Gained one competitive share point in adults and women while NBC lost share.

CBS WEEKEND NEWS: SUNDAY

Finished the 2021-2022 season delivering 2.8 million viewers, with 395,000 of them adults 25-54.

Cut the gap with NBC by 19% in adults 25-54, 23% in women 25-54 and 17% in total viewers.

Cut the gap with ABC in viewers and demo by 24% and 18% in women.

Gained two competitive share points in viewers and one point in the adults 25-54 demographic while ABC lost share.

(All data Nielsen live plus same day ratings for 9/20/2021-9/18/2022)



48 Hours 9/17 (2 episodes) on CBS





“Gabby Petito: The Untold Story” (9:00 PM, ET/PT) – 48 HOURS explores Gabby Petito’s final days and the missed warning signs that might have saved her. (New)

DID SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS CAUSE A FORMER OLYMPIAN TO SNAP AND SHOOT ONE OF HIS RIDING STUDENTS?
“48 Hours” Investigates in “The Shooting of Lauren Kanarek,” the Broadcast’s 35th Season Premiere

In His First Television Interview, Accused Shooter and Former Olympian Michael Barisone Says He “Doesn’t Have Any Recollection” of Shooting Kanarek

Michael Barisone, a former Olympic equestrian and trainer, speaks out in his first television interview since the end of his trial for the attempted murder of a former student and her boyfriend, in “The Shooting of Lauren Kanarek,” the 35th season premiere of 48 HOURS, to be broadcast Saturday, Sept. 17 (10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+.

48 HOURS and contributor Nikki Battiste go inside the case against Barisone. The case made national headlines when Barisone was charged with attempting to kill Kanarek and Robert Goodwin at Barisone’s Long Valley, N.J., training center.

Battiste talked with both Barisone and Kanarek, whose paths crossed in 2018 when Kanarek was being trained and housed by Barisone and his staff at his New Jersey farm. Neither could have imagined then where their mutual love of horses would take them. Their relationship soured, they say, over the level of training Barisone provided to Kanarek. She then began posting messages on Facebook branding him a bully, racist and antisemitic – allegations Barisone denies.

Barisone’s supporters say her postings were unfairly damaging his reputation, and he worried it would ruin his business.

The Facebook posts seemed to rattle and unnerve Barisone to the point where he called 911 four times, telling police he “feared” for his life.

“I remember complete and total panic,” Barisone tells Battiste, “everybody says I was unglued. I was unglued.”

Then, on August 7, 2019, he allegedly confronted Kanarek.

Kanarek testified that Barisone “pulled out a gun and shot me once, twice, directly in the chest.”

Kanarek managed to call 911 and, after emergency surgery, survived.

Barisone tells Battiste he recalls the messages Kanarek posted on social media about him, but says he has no memory of the shooting.

“Did you shoot Lauren Kanarek?” Battiste asks Barisone.

“I’m told I did,” Barisone says.

“But I have no recollection of that event,” Barisone says. “Zero. Nothing.”

Barisone was charged with attempted murder and weapons charges. At trial, his attorney argued that Barisone was driven temporarily insane by Kanarek’s attacks and then snapped. Kanarek said during the trial that Barisone bullied her.

48 HOURS: “The Shooting of Lauren Kanarek” is a story about a top Olympic competitor’s fall from grace, and the student he allegedly tried to kill. It also raises serious questions about social media, and whether someone can be harassed enough online to mentally snap, shoot someone and then claim temporary insanity as a defense in court, as Barisone did. Kanarek and her family do not believe Barisone’s story, that he had no idea what he was doing when he pulled the trigger.

“Michael Barisone should be in a state prison for the rest of his life,” says Lauren Kanarek’s father, Jonathan Kanarek.

48 HOURS features interviews with Lauren and Jonathan Kanarek, Michael Barisone, attorneys for both sides, and friends, including top Olympic riders. 48 HOURS was also there for the trial in New Jersey and the dramatic verdict.

48 HOURS: “The Shooting of Lauren Kanarek” is produced by James Stolz. Alicia Tejada and Marc Goldbaum are the development producers. Michael Loftus is the field producer. Gregory Kaplan, Wini Dini and Michael Baluzy are the editors. Peter Schweitzer is the senior producer. Nancy Kramer is the executive story editor. Judy Tygard is the executive producer.

Also, at 9:00 PM ET/PT, 48 HOURS and CBS News national correspondent Jericka Duncan takes a deeper look at the murder of “van life” vlogger Gabby Petito in “Gabby Petito: The Untold Story.” The episode will raise awareness about the warning signs of domestic violence and how to recognize them. The 22-year-old went missing in the summer of 2021 after a cross-country trip with her fiancé, Brian Laundrie, who investigators say was responsible for her death. Now, Petito’s parents are suing Brian’s estate for wrongful death, and his parents for intentional infliction of emotional distress. Their attorney, Patrick Riley, tells 48 HOURS the family believes the Laundries were aware “Brian had murdered Gabby” and “aware where her body was located.” The Laundries deny these claims. Riley also discloses details about a letter he says was shown to him by the FBI addressed to Brian, which Riley says contains the following: “If you go to prison, I’ll bake a cake with a shiv in it.” He says the envelope containing the letter had “burn after reading” written on the front.

48 HOURS is one of the most successful true crime docuseries in television history and has been the #1 non-sports broadcast on Saturday nights for 15 consecutive seasons. 48 HOURS is broadcast Saturdays at 10:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS, and streams anytime on Paramount+. There’s also a new way to watch 48 HOURS. You’ll find us on the CBS News Streaming Network Wednesdays at 8:00 PM, ET.



48 Hours 9/10 on CBS





AN AMERICAN WOMAN DIES FROM A GUNSHOT WOUND WHILE ON SAFARI IN AFRICA – WAS IT AN ACCIDENT OR MURDER?
“48 Hours” Investigates in an Encore of “Death on Safari”

48 HOURS and contributor Debora Patta report on an American woman who suffered a fatal gunshot wound while on a safari vacation and the international investigation that followed in an encore of “Death on Safari,” to be broadcast Saturday, Sept. 10 (10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+. Lawrence Rudolph and his wife Bianca were getting ready to head home after a safari in Zambia, Africa in October of 2016 when something went wrong. The couple were experienced hunters. Lawrence Rudolph, a successful dentist with offices near Pittsburgh, Pa., told local authorities he was in the bathroom of the couple’s two-room cabin when he heard a shot and found his wife dead in the next room. Local police found Bianca Rudolph lying on the floor with a gunshot wound. Lawrence Rudolph said his wife was packing up a shotgun in a soft shell gun case. At first, he told a local hunting scout his wife had died by suicide, but later told investigators the gun must have accidentally fired. After two days of investigating, Zambian police closed the case calling it an accident. It took U.S. investigators another five years to investigate the case. Lawrence Rudolph was arrested in December 2021 for the murder of his wife. He maintains he is innocent, and his attorneys wrote in a statement to 48 HOURS that the case is built “…without any real evidence, no eyewitnesses, no forensics, no anything.”

48 HOURS is broadcast Saturdays at 10:00 PM, ET/PT on CBS, and streams anytime on Paramount+. There’s also a new way to watch 48 HOURS. You’ll find us on the CBS News Streaming Network Wednesdays at 8:00 PM, ET. Download the CBS News app on your phone or connected TV. Follow 48 HOURS on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Listen to podcasts at CBSAudio.



48 Hours 9/3 (2 reruns) on CBS





“48 HOURS” DOUBLE FEATURE AT SPECIAL TIME
*Note Special Airtimes

8:00 PM, ET/PT – 48 HOURS: “The Final Hours of Amie Harwick” – Two years after the death of his former fiancée, Amie Harwick, Drew Carey tells 48 HOURS that Valentine’s Day will never be the same for him in an encore of 48 HOURS: “The Final Hours of Amie Harwick” to be broadcast Saturday, Sept. 3 (*8:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+. In the early morning hours of Feb. 15, 2020, Los Angeles police officers responding to a call for a “woman screaming” found Harwick, 38, lying on the ground battered and unresponsive beneath the third-floor balcony of her Hollywood Hills home. Harwick later died from blunt-force injuries. The medical examiner also found evidence of strangulation. A trail of evidence led investigators to Harwick’s ex-boyfriend, photographer Gareth Pursehouse. Pursehouse was arrested and charged with murder. He has pleaded not guilty. The broadcast also features emotional interviews with Harwick’s close friends Robert Coshland, Cleopatra Slough, Sharon Little and Rudy Torres, as well as forensic psychologist Kris Mohandie.

9:00 PM, ET/PT – 48 HOURS: “Mystery on County Road M” – Todd Kendhammer said his wife Barbara was killed in a freak accident when a pipe smashed into the windshield of their car in 2016. A Wisconsin jury didn’t believe him. He was sentenced to life in prison. Their children believe he’s innocent. Now, his new legal team says there is evidence the jury never heard. Will a judge grant a new trial? 48 HOURS and Erin Moriarty investigate the death of Barbara Kendhammer and the case against her husband in “Mystery on County Road M,” to be broadcast Saturday, Sept. 3 (*9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and streaming on Paramount+. The broadcast features the first television interviews with the couple’s children, who believe their father is innocent.

48 HOURS is broadcast Saturdays on CBS, and streams anytime on Paramount+. There’s also a new way to watch 48 HOURS. You’ll find us on the CBS News Streaming Network Wednesdays at 8:00 PM, ET. Download the CBS News app on your phone or connected TV.



CBS NEWS RATINGS HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 22





CBS NEWS RATINGS HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 22

60 MINUTES PRESENTS

Was the week’s #1 primetime broadcast in viewers, tied for #1 in adults 18+, and was #5 overall in adults 25-54.

CBS MORNINGS

Was the only program to grow from the prior week across adults, women and men.

Grew in the adults 25-54 demo for the second consecutive week and delivered its best number in 11 weeks.

Delivered 2.4 million viewers, with 510,000 of them in the adults 25-54 demographic, 314,000 women 25-54 and 196,000 men 25-54.

Grew +2% in the adults 25-54 demo while NBC was down -3% and ABC was down -4%.

Grew +1% in women and +4% in men with the competition dropping week-to-week in both.

Gained one competitive share point among adults and women and two points among men.

With 30 share points in men the broadcast hit its highest mark since December 2019.

Is delivering the tightest gaps for the season in adults 25-54 with ABC and NBC ever (since at least 1991), trailing NBC by -280,000 and ABC by -247,000.

CBS EVENING NEWS WITH NORAH O’DONNELL

Posted more week-to-week growth than the competition across viewers and key adults 25-54.

Was up +5% among viewers while both NBC and ABC were down.

Delivered 4.5 million viewers and 725,000 adults 25-54 the week ending August 26.

Was up +7% week-to-week in adults 25-54.

Was up +13% in women 25-54 week-to-week and gained two competitive share points.

48 HOURS ENCORE

Was Saturday night’s #1 primetime program in viewers.

CBS SATURDAY MORNING

Delivered 1.6 million viewers with 236,000 of them in the adults 25-54 demographic.

Has closed the viewer gap with ABC by 6% and with NBC by 4%.

Has closed the gap in the adults 25-54 demo with ABC by 7% and with NBC by 12%.

Is delivering the tightest gaps in the demo this season with NBC and ABC ever, dating to 1997/98.

Is delivering its tightest gap among viewers with NBC ever (since 1997/98) and with ABC since 2006/07.

CBS WEEKEND NEWS: SATURDAY

Posted its largest audience since December and its best adults 25-54 performance since June.

Delivered 3.2 million viewers, with 375,000 of them adults 25-54.

Gained +1.3 million viewers and +164,000 adults 25-54 from the previous week.

(All data Nielsen live plus same day ratings for 8/22-8/28)

(Editor’s Note: CBS SUNDAY MORNING and FACE THE NATION aired with amended titles on August 28.)