Television Highlights

  • Italy's Bloodiest Mafia Tuesday, July 29 at 9 p.m. The Camorra, the Naples mafia, is Italy's bloodiest organization…
  • Italy's Bloodiest Mafia Tuesday, July 29 at 9 p.m. The Camorra, the Naples mafia, is Italy's bloodiest organization…
  • Make Me Mondays at 9 p.m., beginning July 28 Michael has an IQ of 135. We're told…

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Tuesday, July 29 at 9 p.m.

The Camorra, the Naples mafia, is Italy's bloodiest organization crime syndicate.  It has killed thousands and despite suffering many setbacks is as strong as ever.  It is into drug trafficking, racketeering, business, politics, toxic waste and even the garbage disposal industry.  Talking to Camorra insiders who have never spoken to the media before, and drawing on interviews with Camorra victims who are fighting back, investigate Italy's deadliest mafia to learn how it has survived so long in a country at the heart of Europe, and what it will take to defeat it. 

Mondays at 9 p.m., beginning July 28 

Michael has an IQ of 135.  We're told there are lots of ways we can increase our intelligence - from drugs, to the things we eat and the music we listen to.  Can Michael boost his score by 12 points in order to secure a place in Mensa, the society for bright people? 

Sunday, July 27 at 9 p.m.

David Tennant ("Doctor Who") stars as a brilliant defense lawyer with a storybook family and a potent nickname, "The Escape Artist," for his ability to spring the obviously guilty.  Then he gets a trial that changes his life forever.  This gripping legal thriller is complete with a hero's rival, along with a courtroom full of ambitious  attorneys and one very unnerving defendant. 

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