The Blotter Presents is devoted to discussing (and/or despairing of) the best and worst of TV true crime: present-day shows, vintage gems, and everything in between. Hosted by Sarah D. Bunting.
Stephanie Early Green is back to discuss one of the internet's most enduring, and annoying, Reddit herrings -- plus a legendarily dumb episode name for a pretty good 48 HRS.
Sarah and Tara discuss what worked (trail mix) and what didn't (wigs) in E02 of Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders as we debut The Blotter Presents: Summary Judgment.
Tara Ariano returns to discuss the most prestigious take yet on the Menendez case, plus a disgraced Canadian airman. CHUNG CHUNG!
Legends of hip-hop and the Italian Renaissance as Mark Blankenship joins us for an all-music episode!
Will Dave Holloway get the answers he's searched for for so long? And what exactly <em>was</em> wrong with Charlie Brandt? Allison Lowe Huff returns to look at mysteries within mysteries.
Kim Reed and Sarah D. Bunting discuss A&E's event series, plus a Forensic Files in Kim's backyard (figuratively).
Monty Ashley and Sarah D. Bunting on two Joe Berlinger projects, serial-killer theories, and network-note narration.
Alex Collins joins Sarah D. Bunting for a riot grrrrl, Bill Kurtis, and two VERY unhappy families.
Kim Reed joins Sarah D. Bunting to discuss Cos, podcasts, and a Southern Tier case that hits <em>very</em> close to home.
Tara Ariano and Sarah D. Bunting on recovered memories in Baltimore and a provincial narcissist in Saskatchewan.
Stephanie Green returns to discuss HBO's take on the Blanchard/Munchausen's-by-proxy case, plus Australia's most lethal Bunting.
Eve Batey joins Sarah D. Bunting for a discussion of Spike's prestige true-crime series.