Currently Available Full Episodes

Drug Dealing Doctor

S2/EP11 |
Aired: 10/17/2020
The small city of Russellville, Arkansas normally experienced very few drug overdose deaths each year. But in 2000, that number unexpectedly began to skyrocket. What was the origin of these drugs? A dealer or a doctor? 43:54

Killer Caregiver

S2/EP10 |
Aired: 10/10/2020
In 1990, Florida police were notified of an unexplained death at Rosedale Manor Nursing Home. Investigators uncover numerous mysterious deaths linked to the same nurse. Detectives race to stop a serial killer before another life is lost. 43:54

Infected Killer

S2/EP9 |
Aired: 10/03/2020
When an outbreak of Hepatitis C occurs in New Hampshire, investigators looking for the source of the virus vow to stop a medical madman with an insatiable drug addiction who has subjected hundreds of innocent patients to a slow and painful death. 43:54

A Match Made in Hell

S2/EP8 |
Aired: 09/26/2020
In order to solidify the secret bond keeping them together, two aids working at a nursing home create a twisted murderous game involving the Alzheimer’s patients they care for. 43:54

Death by Miracle Cure

S2/EP7 |
Aired: 09/19/2020
Detectives in Colorado investigate a Naturopathic Doctor after two of his patients develop horrific side effects from dubious miracle treatments. What they uncover is a deadly history of fraud and barbaric, invasive medical treatments. 43:54

Deadly Pharmacist

S2/EP6 |
Aired: 09/12/2020
Deception and greed drive a local pharmacist in Kansas City down an evil path, affecting the lives of thousands of helpless and trusting cancer patients who believe they’re getting life-saving treatment. 43:54

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'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 11 Aftershow With Terry Dubrow
After Show
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'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 11 Aftershow With Terry Dubrow

S2/EP11 Dr. Terry Dubrow, the host of "License to Kill," discusses the case of Dr. Randeep Mann, who went from overprescribing narcotics to orchestrating a bombing attack on the chairman of the Arkansas Medical Board. Dubrow says he believes Mann escalated to violence because he was threatened with the loss of his medical license.
An Exclusive First Look At 'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 12
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An Exclusive First Look At 'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 12

S2/EP12 When 12 patients die over the course of 13 days at a nursing home in Florida and then, an employee is stabbed during an alleged break-in, the police are called in to probe deeper. Investigators discover one nurse who hid a destructive past. What was Bobbie Sue Dudley hiding, and was she to blame?
Holly Green Opens Up About Dr. Mann Case
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Holly Green Opens Up About Dr. Mann Case

S2/EP11 Holly Green, the sister of Shelly Green, remembers being a patient of Dr. Randeep Mann. Shelly died of an opioid overdose in October 2005, and she was also a patient of Dr. Mann. In an unrelated case, Dr. Mann was sentenced to life in prison after he was found guilty of multiple charges connected to the bombing of Arkansas Medical Board chairman Dr. Trent Pierce.
Who Is Dr. Randeep Mann?
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Who Is Dr. Randeep Mann?

S2/EP11 Russellville Police Department Lieutenant Glenn Daniel recalls his career in law enforcement and his role in the investigation of Dr. Randeep Mann, a pain management specialist who ran his own clinic in Russellville, Arkansas. Dr. Mann was sentenced to life in prison after he was convicted of multiple charges stemming from a bombing attack on Arkansas Medical Board chairman Dr. Trent Pierce.
Remembering Shelly Green
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Remembering Shelly Green

S2/EP11 Melody Bucker, the sister of Shelly Green, discusses her relationship with Green, who struggled with an opioid addiction up until her death in October 2005. Green was a patient of Dr. Randeep Mann, who was later sentenced to life in prison for executing a bombing attack on Arkansas Medical Board chairman Dr. Trent Pierce.
Exclusive First Look At 'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 11
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2:18
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Exclusive First Look At 'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 11

S2/EP11 The small city of Russellville, Arkansas normally experienced very few drug overdose deaths each year. But in 2000, that number unexpectedly began to skyrocket, piquing the suspicions of investigators. What was the origin of these drugs? Was it a dealer or a doctor, and was Dr. Randeep Mann behind the shocking case?
The Case Of Brian Rosenfeld
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The Case Of Brian Rosenfeld

S2/EP10 Those close to the case of Brian Rosenfeld, a nurse who was convicted in multiple nursing home murders, discuss the investigation. Rosenfeld agreed to plead guilty to three counts of first-degree murder in order to avoid the death penalty, and he was given three life sentences without the possibility of parole.
Who Was Alphonse Silva?
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Who Was Alphonse Silva?

S2/EP10 In the spring of 1990, 82-year-old Alphonse Silva underwent treatment for throat cancer, and he was subsequently admitted to the Rosedale Manor Nursing Home in St. Petersburg, Florida as part of his recovery process. He later died at the hands of nurse Brian Rosenfeld, and Alphonse's son, Art Silva, discusses his father's life and their relationship.
The Death Of Muriel Watts
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The Death Of Muriel Watts

S2/EP10 The Rosedale Manor Nursing Home in St. Petersburg, Florida had a solid reputation, but in 1990, Helen Gasky-Brummer, who specialized in elder abuse at the Florida Department of Child and Family Services, received a call from the abuse hotline about the suspicious death of Muriel Watts, a 79-year-old comatose patient at Rosedale Manor. Multiple nurse’s aides on duty at the time reported that they did not believe Watts had died from natural causes.
'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 10 After Show With Terry Dubrow
After Show
2:17
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'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 10 After Show With Terry Dubrow

S2/EP10 Dr. Terry Dubrow, the host of "License to Kill," discusses the case of Brian Rosenfeld, a nurse who was convicted of killing three nursing home patients with Melleril, which is an antipsychotic medication. Dubrow shares that he believes the death of Rosenfeld's mother as well as growing up in poverty with a lack of support could have influenced Rosenfeld's murderous ways.
Who Was Lucy Starry?
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Who Was Lucy Starry?

S2/EP9 Mary Lou Bly and Kathy Murray, the daughters of Lucy Starry, discuss her life and their relationships with their mother. Starry contracted hepatitis C from an outbreak caused by medical technician David Kwiatkowski, who assisted doctors and nurses with procedures inside the cardiac catheterization lab. He was ultimately sentenced to 39 years in prison for charges stemming from the outbreak.
Hepatitis C Outbreak Linked To Medical Technician
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Hepatitis C Outbreak Linked To Medical Technician

S2/EP9 New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Deputy State Epidemiologist Dr. Elizabeth Talbot discusses her "unique skillset" — outbreak investigation — and the case of David Kwiatkowski. Kwiatkowski, a medical technician who assisted doctors and nurses with procedures inside the cardiac catheterization lab at Exeter Hospital, was linked to a hepatitis C outbreak in May 2012.
Remembering Eleanor Murphy
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Remembering Eleanor Murphy

S2/EP9 Ron Murphy, the son of Eleanor Murphy, discusses her life and his relationship with her mother. Eleanor contracted hepatitis C from an outbreak caused by medical technician David Kwiatkowski. Kwiatkowski exposed at least 6,000 people over the course of his career, and at least 45 patients were determined to have been infected with the strain genetically linked to his body.
An Exclusive First Look At 'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 10
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2:24
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An Exclusive First Look At 'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 10

S2/EP10 In 1990, Florida police were notified of an unexplained death at Rosedale Manor Nursing Home. Investigators uncover numerous mysterious deaths linked to the same nurse, Brian K. Rosenfeld, whose colleagues relay claims of physical patient abuse to investigators. Detectives race to stop a serial killer before another life is lost.
A First Look At 'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 9
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2:30
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A First Look At 'License To Kill' Season 2, Episode 9

S2/EP9 When an outbreak of hepatitis C occurs in New Hampshire, investigators looking for the source of the virus vow to stop a medical madman with an insatiable drug addiction who had subjected hundreds of innocent patients to a slow and painful death. What was medical technician David Kwiatkowski hiding from his colleagues?
Where Did The Alpine Manor Murders Take Place?
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Where Did The Alpine Manor Murders Take Place?

S2/EP8 Journalists, residents, and members of law enforcement discuss the city of Walker, Michigan, dubbed "A Family Friendly Community." While Walker historically has a low crime rate, the community was shocked when two Alpine Manor nursing home aides, Cathy Wood and Gwendolyn Graham, were arrested for a series of patient murders.