All American Justice Month: 5 Things to Watch on Fox Nation in March

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True Crime Enthusiasts Rejoice: Fox Nation Makes Its Subscribers Justice by offering Stop new content in March, marked as “All American Justice” month by the streaming service.

The Fox News Channel streaming companion, known in large part for housing true crime experts like Nancy Grace and Mark Fuhrman, will see the return of the award-winning series COPSthe acquisition of the fan favorite Forensic files and several new specials that are criminally good.

With new content covering everything from Jimmy Hoffa to Bill Cosby, Sam’s son to the Lufthansa Heist, there’s something for everyone this month’s “All American Justice” on Fox Nation.



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The series, the recipient of four Primetime Emmy nominations that Fox Nation inherited last fall, follows city police officers across the country on patrols, calls for duty and other police activities. The show also featured state and federal agencies, including United States Customs and Border Protection and the United States Marshals Service. COPS sees its return in season 33 after a brief hiatus with episode 15, titled “Nine Lives”.

Description of the episode: A generous boyfriend steps in to keep his girlfriend from going to jail. The agents rescue a kitten who wants to hide in a dangerous place. A man says he has been driving a stolen truck for a day, but has been away for a few months.

But it’s not the only hit series coming to Fox Nation.

Forensic files:

25 years after its creation, Forensic files remains the most successful true-crime series of all time. Inspired by the OJ Simpson murder case, the series managed 400 episodes proving that science catches the bad guys.

Now, Forensic files will call Fox Nation its new home, with seasons 1-9 streaming on the app starting March 1. Fox Nation will also be giving subscribers a special tribute episode to the long-running show, set to premiere the same day.


Free to kill:

It was 1992. The city was Waco, Texas.

U.S. Marshal Parnell McNamara and U.S. District Attorney Bill Johnston were investigating the mysterious kidnapping and murder of convenience store Melissa Northrup on an isolated stretch of Interstate 35 when investigators discovered a tanned 1985 Thunderbird near from the crime scene. recorded to a Kenneth Allen McDuff — a serial killer on death row in the 60s.

Now, Fox Nation is telling the story that has taken a Texas town by storm with a new five-part series, Released to kill.


The Great American Heist:

Many are already familiar with the infamous Lufthansa heist, an event that gripped the nation in the late 70s. Today, Fox Nation offers a look at one of the biggest money and jewelry heists ever. in American history: the Lufthansa flight in 1978.

Nearly $6 million was stolen from the Lufthansa cargo terminal at JFK airport in New York, suspected to be run by Lucchese crime associate Jimmy Burke and the rest of his crew. Now subscribers can follow the crime, the murders and the ensuing investigation to find out who was nabbed, who was punched and who got away with it – protected by the government in its attempt to gather information while trying to solve the case.

The new three-part series, The Great American Heistwill no doubt be steal your attention.

Fuhrman’s Diaries:

The Fox Nation-exclusive series, which first released alongside the launch of the app itself in 2018, returns with its seventh season in March. From the sinister Son of Sam to the legendary disgraced Bill Cosby, former LAPD Detective Mark Fuhrman explores five new cases in the seventh installment of Fuhrman’s Diaries.

Eric Shawn’s gripping series sees its fifth episode this month “All American Justice,” airing exclusively on Fox Nation in March.
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New specials are also available to stream on Fox Nation during “All American Justice” month. Mob Mentality: Sammy the Bull, An Investigation of Natalee Holloway with Nancy Grace and the fifth installment of Screen; In anticipation of an FBI search in Jersey City, NJ, Fox News’ Eric Shawn continues the search for a James R. Hoffa.

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