John Walsh’s America’s Most Wanted Moves To Lifetime

John Walsh brings 'America's Most Wanted' to LifetimeLIFETIME TAKES ON AMERIA’S MOST WANTED

Many people where shocked when Fox News canceled John Walsh’s America’s Most Wanted. There was a public outcry. A lot of this has to do with the fact the the missing will sometimes get found and crimes solved from the airing of John Walsh’s shows.  Well, there is great news on it! It’s not going off the air at all! First, Fox news will now do several two hour specials and Lifetime TV has come to the rescue.  The 25th reason of American’s Most Wanted Will now air on Lifetime.
American’s Most Wanted first aired in 1988 and has become the  new “electronic billboard” to inform and get the word out about the missing and crimes that have not been solved. Because of the program, many cases have been solved and many missing found from tips called in by viewers. There has been  about 1154 captures worldwide because of the show.  It’s become a great investigative and law enforcement tool and everyone should be  happy to see it continue!

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