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The hourlong broadcast includes insightful interviews with notable figures from the worlds of news, politics and entertainment, hosted by Elizabeth Vargas and David Muir. A revolving team of journalists from ABC News also contribute investigative stories.

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Interviews with actors and executive producers reveal behind-the-scenes moments and give an idea of what to expect of "Roseanne," the returning sitcom.
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Stars of iconic romantic movies share behind-the-scene secrets and memories.
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A man convicted of murder claims new DNA analysis exonerates him of the murder of his former girlfriend's parents; interviews with those close to the case, including the original investigators, and former London detectives who believe he is guilty.
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Interviews with key people connected to the case in which two 12-year-olds stabbed their friend 19 times and left her for dead in an effort to appease the mysterious fictional character known as Slender Man.
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The sexual abuse scandal surrounding Larry Nassar, former doctor for the USA gymnastics team; harrowing stories of abuse spanning over two decades; details on how the abuse went unaddressed for so long.
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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and his fractured family's 70-year dynastic rule; interviews with those who knew Kim Jong Un and his assassinated half-brother.
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A woman is convicted of murdering her own mother; she speaks out from prison; interviews with an ex-boyfriend and others close to the case.
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Former members of NXIVM, a professional coaching company, speak out about their experiences in the alleged secret society; NXIVM's litigation tactics against former members and critics.
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Following the life of Nathaniel Newman -- who was born with a cranio-facial condition known as Treacher Collins -- and his family.
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Civil suits allege sexual assault and defamation regarding a college coach and an athlete.
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A jury finds a young woman whose boyfriend committed suicide with her encouragement guilty of involuntary manslaughter.

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David Muir, former anchor of "ABC World News" weekend edition, tackles the responsibility of helming the weekday report of breaking news, taking the chair previously held by other well-known journalists: John Daly, Frank Reynolds, Howard K. Smith, Harry Reasoner, Barbara Walters, Peter Jennings, Charles Gibson, Bob Woodruff, Elizabeth Vargas and -- most recently -- Diane Sawyer.
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