Murder Game “a radical reworking of…Murder in Small Town X.” In late 2001 the BBC purchased the rights to FOX’s Murder in Small Town X format, which is set to debut soon. But it represents “a radical reworking of the Murder in Small Town X format,” a BBC spokesperson tells MediaGuardian. “In the US they… continue reading
Murder in Small Town X
BBC planning simplified version of Murder in Small Town X. The producer of the first two UK Big Brothers is attempting to bring a version of Murder in Small Town X to Britain, but he will “radically [rework]”‘ the show. A full series will not be produced until after he produces a successful pilot; if… continue reading
host is “not a big fan of reality TV.” Host and lead Murder in Small Town X investigator Gary Fredo talks to Reality News Online about Angel Juarbe, who died in New York on Sept. 11, saying he “was truly lucky to call him my friend.” In the interview, he also reveals production secrets, including… continue reading
trust fund created for Angel’s family. The producers and creators of Murder in Small Town X–George Verschoor, Gordon Cassidy, and Robert Fisher, Jr.–have created The Angel Juarbe Fund, “a charitable trust aiding the family of Angel Juarbe,” according to The New York Post. Angel was a firefighter with Chelsea’s Ladder 12 which responded on Sept…. continue reading
Angel still among the missing. Murder in Small Town X‘s winner Angel Juarbe is still missing in the rubble of the World Trade Center, “one of the over 300 emergency personnel missing and presumed dead,” Zap2it.com reports. + also: America’s Angel
firefighter Angel is still missing. The winner of Murder in Small Town X, Angel, a Chelsea-based firefighter, was reportedly one of the first firefighters to respond to the scene. Three days after the attack, realitynewsonline.com reports that there is confirmation that he has not been heard from since and is still missing. + update: a… continue reading
Angel wins Murder in Small Town X. The first hybrid nonfiction and fiction reality TV show, Murder in Small Town X, concluded last night, with Angel walking away with the $250,000 prize for going to the location where William Lambert was revealed to be the killer. The two hour finale also saw a scene in… continue reading
Murder in Small Town X ends tonight with earlier two-hour episode. FOX’s Murder in Small Town X concludes with a two-hour episode tonight starting at 8 p.m. ET–an earlier start than usual. Miss an episode or two, or still confused about what’s going on? Catch up with the Murder in Small Town X Dossier.
Murder in Small Town X: “who could keep track or would care to?” TV Guide’s Matt Roush says that Murder in Small Town X was “promising,” but that confusion resulting from the sheer number of contestants, suspects, and back stories made the show difficult to follow.
does video reveal the killer? (warning: links contain possible spoilers) The Murder in Small Town X Dossier has posted stills and animated frames and audio from an episode of Murder in Small Town X that may reveal the killer in a ghost-like image.
catch up with the Murder in Small Town X Dossier weblog. Having trouble following what’s happening on Murder in Small Town X–especially now that it airs opposite Big Brother 2? This blog tracks the show through “observations and guesses” and “thoughts that occur” to the blog’s writer as the show progresses.
“its critics are still in denial, but the numbers are there.” The New York Times’ Bill Carter talks about the reality TV trend and what the successes (or failures) of shows like Murder in Small Town X and Fear Factor mean.
FOX will repeat Murder in Small Town X premiere this Sunday. Instead of a repeat of FOX’s other X-titled show, The X-Files, the network will air an encore of the Murder in Small Town X debut at 9 p.m. this Sunday.
Murder in Small Town X debut wins the hour in ratings. Murder in Small Town X won the hour “in adults 18-49 (3.5 rating, 10 share), adults 18-34 (3.8/12) and all key male demos,” Variety reports. However, it lost during the second half-hour to Dharma & Greg among viewers 18-49.
FOX’s hybrid series Murder in Small Town X debuts tonight. Starting tonight, FOX’s eight-week series Murder in Small Town X will follow a group of 10 (real) people trying to figure out who committed a (fictional) murder in a town full of (fictional and real) people, with suspects played by 15 actors who the contestants… continue reading