Cameras will show her delivering her podcast and SiriusXM radio show, Crime Stories with Nancy Grace, five days a week. The program is modeled after her popular television series that ran on the HLN network for many years.
Marcia Clark Investigates the First 48 and Grace vs. Abrams, which will both examine legal cases, are set to premiere in March.
Nancy Grace, who parlayed her stint as a successful prosecutor into a two-decade career as one of cable’s most recognizable and controversial figures, will depart HLN, her TV home for the past 11 years, when her current contract expires in October.
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Nancy Grace had much to lose and even more to gain with her exhaustive coverage and her very spirited condemnation of the not guilty verdict in the Casey Anthony trial. And even as one may wonder what else can be said on the proceedings, HLN prepares to go into a marathon of Grace’s coverage this weekend. Thankfully for Grace, it will contain mostly repeat airings of her reports as she says she’s feeling the wear and tear of being immersed in the case.
Shortly after the jury’s decision was announced Tuesday, one of Anthony’s lawyers, Cheney Mason, said he hoped the verdict was a lesson to those who had “indulged in media assassination” during the three years between 2-year-old Caylee Anthony’s disappearance and her mother’s acquittal for murder. Mason did not mention anyone by name, but his remarks seemed aimed at Nancy Grace of the HLN network, which has seen its fortunes soar with extensive coverage of the trial.