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[10/30/06 - 04:07 PM]
Give Thanks for Sleuth This November!
Highlights include an eight-hour "Miami Vice" marathon on Thanksgiving Day.

[via press release from Sleuth]

GIVE THANKS FOR SLEUTH THIS NOVEMBER!

BURBANK, Calif. - October 30, 2006 � Sleuth is keeping November full of mystery with its Thanksgiving lineup. Viewers are treated to marathons of their favorite programming throughout the holiday weekend.

"We've loaded up on the top mystery series and films for November," said Dan Harrison, senior vice president emerging networks, NBC Universal cable entertainment. "Our audience can catch up with their favorite detectives and then see other fan favorites' on America's Top Sleuths."

Viewers can spend Thanksgiving Day in Miami with their favorite detectives, Crockett and Tubbs for an eight-hour Miami Vice Marathon beginning at 12pm (ET). There are no stale leftovers the next day on Sleuth! On Friday, November 24th, audiences can relax with five hours of Joe Friday during Sleuth's LA Dragnet Marathon, starting at 12pm (ET). Immediately following will be the Miami Vice Guest Star Marathon at 5pm (ET), which will feature episodes with Bruce Willis, Annette Bening, John Leguizamo and Lou Diamond Phillips.

On Saturday, November 25th, Sleuth will offer a Simon & Simon Saturday Marathon, beginning at 12pm (ET). Viewers can spend four hours with the Simon brothers' favorite four-legged clients, accompanied by a couple of dolphins.

Sleuth's first original production, America's Top Sleuths, showcases the top sleuths ever created for television and film. Chosen by the channel's online audience and featuring interviews with Bruce Willis, Cybil Shepherd, Peter Falk, Telly Savalas, Stephen J. Cannell, Jesse Martin and many more, America's Top Sleuths airs Friday, November 24th at 9pm and 1am and Sunday, November 26th at 5pm (all times ET).

Sleuth's new series, Dateline on Sleuth, continues on Sundays at 8pm (ET/PT). From kidnapping and murder to eco-terrorism and grave robbing, these true-life mysteries will keep audiences on the edge of their seats. Encores air on Thursdays at 12am (ET) and Fridays at 9pm (ET).

Sleuth Murder Mondays continue to scare up the body count in November at 9pm and 12am (ET). This month's features are The Man Who Wouldn't Die, Thursday, Champagne Murders, Silhouette, Profile for Murder, Curiosity Kills, Dead in the Water and Dead Reckoning.

Sleuth Action Wednesdays thrill at 9pm and 12am (ET). This month's features are: Singapore Sling, Marked for Murder, The Take, This Gun for Hire, The Birds II, The Last Hit, Running Against Time, Line of Fire, Wild Card and Stick.

SLEUTH WEEKEND STAKEOUT MOVIES � Fridays 11pm, Saturdays 8pm (ET)
Premieres:
Lock, Stock, & Two Smoking Barrels 11/3

Encores:
Coogan's Bluff 11/4
Bird on a Wire 11/10
Sudden Death 11/11
The Chamber 11/17
Kindergarten Cop 11/18
Dragonfly 11/24, 11/25
Life of David Gale 11/25





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