America's Dumbest Criminals
10 am ET/PT | 9 am CT | 11 am MTPolice and security cameras capture crooks' foolish mistakes.
America's Dumbest Criminals
10:30 am ET/PT | 9:30 am CT | 11:30 am MTPolice and security cameras capture crooks' foolish mistakes.
11 am ET/PT | 10 am CT | 12 pm MTUpholding the law with the Los Angeles Police Department.
11:30 am ET/PT | 10:30 am CT | 12:30 pm MTUpholding the law with the Los Angeles Police Department.
12 pm ET/PT | 11 am CT | 1 pm MTContenders enter the arena to demonstrate their strength and skill.
1 pm ET/PT | 12 pm CT | 2 pm MTTeams compete in games of physical strength against the Gladiators.
2 pm ET/PT | 1 pm CT | 3 pm MTIn Durham, N.C., the Bulls minor league baseball team has one asset no other can claim: a poetry-loving groupie named Annie Savoy (Susan Sarandon). As the team's season begins, Annie selects brash new recruit Ebby Calvin Laloosh (Tim Robbins), whom she christens "Nuke," to inspire with the religion of baseball. Nuke also receives guidance from veteran player Crash Davis (Kevin Costner), who settles Nuke's erratic pitching and teaches him to follow the catcher's lead.
4 pm ET/PT | 3 pm CT | 5 pm MTAfter a bank robbery goes wrong, outlaw Billy Two Hats (Desi Arnaz Jr.) is captured by Sheriff Gifford (Jack Warden). Billy's partner, Arch Deans (Gregory Peck), rescues him, but during the escape Deans gets shot in the leg. The wound leaves Deans unable to ride a horse, but Billy refuses to leave him behind. Instead, he builds a horse-drawn cot for him, and they continue together. The apparatus slows them down, however, making them even more vulnerable to capture from the pursuing sheriff.
6 pm ET/PT | 5 pm CT | 7 pm MTWhen Hell's Angels member Loser (Bruce Dern) has his motorcycle swiped, he entreats his gang to help him seek the bike, and revenge. Gang leader Heavenly Blues (Peter Fonda) and his lady, Mike (Nancy Sinatra), succeed in tracking down the thieves, but when a fracas breaks out between the gangs, the cops shoot Loser, putting him in the hospital. The rest of the Angels try to rescue Loser from his sickbed, wreaking havoc in the ward and doing their buddy more harm than good.
8 pm ET/PT | 7 pm CT | 9 pm MTWhen decorated military officer Chris Vaughn (The Rock) returns to his hometown in the state of Washington to find work, he finds that the lumber mill has closed, and the town's big business is now a seedy casino operated by one of his old schoolmates, Jay Hamilton (Neal McDonough). Aided by his loyal friend Ray Templeton (Johnny Knoxville), Vaughn tries to make a stand against the area's crime and corruption, but, finding no help from the police, he must take matters into his own hands.
10 pm ET/PT | 9 pm CT | 11 pm MTFact-based account of the famous stuntman, from his early days to the near-fatal motorcycle jump at Caesars Palace.
12 am ET/PT | 11 pm CT | 1 am MTDuring the Great Depression, Chaney (Charles Bronson) bare-knuckle boxes to survive. Speed (James Coburn), an avid gambler, recognizes his talent and becomes his manager. They hire a cut man named Poe (Strother Martin), and Speed borrows cash from some gangsters to bet on Chaney's fight. They win, but Speed gambles and loses his portion and remains in debt. In the end, a rival manager named Gandil (Michael McGuire) buys Speed's debt and forces Chaney to fight Speed against his toughest foe yet.
2 am ET/PT | 1 am CT | 3 am MTHalf-Apache Pardon Chato (Charles Bronson) finds himself in a bar fight with a bigoted sheriff and kills the man to save his own life. The locals won't accept this defense, though, and angry Civil War veteran Quincey Whitmore (Jack Palance) rounds up a gang of toughs to track down Chato, who is forced to flee the scene. But when the posse finds Chato's family and brutalizes them, the escapee decides it's time to stop running and start taking revenge on the lynch mob.