Like millions of other Americans earlier this year, I found myself riveted by HBO's six-part documentary series, The Jinx. Part way through the penultimate episode, the story took an unexpected turn, to the far reaches of Humboldt County in the northwest corner of the Golden State.
In an era where TV crime dramas have become increasingly implausible, shows like The Jinx and Serial have brought a much needed dose of reality to American living rooms and earbuds.
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The director of HBO’s docu-series “The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst” discusses the shocking final moments of the show’s finale.
Former Galveston, Texas, judge Susan Criss stopped by HuffPost Live on Monday to talk about Robert Durst and "The Jinx." Criss
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Andrew Jarecki, who directed "The Jinx" and interviewed Durst, appeared on Monday's "Good Morning America" and "CBS This
Bringing true-crime reenactments to prestige TV, "The Jinx" employs newspaper headlines, diary excerpts, investigative footage
Bitching and moaning about the immensity of the newspaper of record, the way its cornucopia of offerings chewed into his