Court TV kills Confessions.

Court TV kills Confessions.
After airing two episodes of the controversial TV show, Court TV “acknowledged that airing it was a mistake,” and the show has been cancelled, Inside.com reports. Confessions, which was billed as reality TV because most critics can’t differentiate between TV shows with real people and reality TV, featured videotaped confessions of killers and other assorted criminals.

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