Shows This Week

Monday - February 15, 2016

Jodi Arias and the Murder of Travis Alexander: New Details from the Trial Revealed

Jodi Arias made national headlines for killing her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander in 2008. He was found stabbed more than two dozen times, had his throat slit and was shot in the head. Jodi initially denied any involvement and then later changed her story when investigators found some incriminating photos that placed her at Travis Alexander’s home the day he was murdered -- and Jodi’s story continued to change several times throughout the course of her trial. Prosecutor Juan Martinez, who fought to convict Jodi during the two-year trial, is revealing for the first time, behind-the-scenes details that he says happened during the trial. Also, hear from one of the jurors from the second sentencing phase of the trial, and find out what happened that deadlocked the jury on the death penalty. And Travis Alexander’s sister Tanisha speaks out for the first time since the trial ended. What does she say about the lies she says Jodi told about her brother in court? Who was the real Travis Alexander? And what was Jodi’s behavior towards Travis’ family during the trial? Tanisha says she wants to set the record straight.


Tuesday - February 16, 2016

Amanda’s Secret: Forbidden Love

Twenty-five- year-old Amanda says for nearly a decade she was forced to keep a secret so dark and disturbing that when she finally revealed it to her family, they called her a pathological liar and refused to believe her. Her secret: She says that from age 10 to 25 she was molested over 795 times by her father Earl Nix. She says that despite a jury conviction of first degree criminal sexual conduct and third degree sexual conduct, her family continues to say that she is lying and that she is just seeking attention. Her mother, DeeDee, says Amanda's father is a great man. Amanda's grandmother Sharon says she believes Amanda and says DeeDee is in denial and “brainwashed” by her convicted felon husband, who she says has managed to turn her against her own daughter. The discussion gets emotional when the three women come face-to-face in an attempt get to the bottom of what happened between Amanda and Earl.


Wednesday - February 17, 2016

Amanda’s Secret: Lie Detector Results Revealed

Dr. Phil continues his discussion with Amanda, who says she was sexually abused by her father, Earl Nix, for more than a decade, and her mother, DeeDee, who maintains that even though Earl was convicted of criminal sexual assault, she believes her husband is innocent and that her daughter is a liar. Hear from Amanda's younger siblings Joe and Allyson, who side with their mother and say their father should not be in prison. And Amanda's husband, Gabe, says DeeDee is in total denial about the sick and twisted relationship Earl forced on Amanda. Plus, hear what Earl said to Amanda during a phone call recorded by police, which the jury heard. Also, Amanda agrees to take a polygraph exam. Will the results convince Amanda's family that Earl did molest and rape his daughter?


Thursday - February 18, 2016

Young, Beautiful, Identical and Addicted

Dr. Phil takes a hard look into the life of identical twin sisters, Talia and Alissa, who say they are homeless and addicted to heroin, and that nothing seems to stop them from scoring drugs – no matter who it hurts. Watch as they share their daily lives with the Dr. Phil cameras and hear them discuss being 21-year-old “prostitutes” together, explain that they have stolen change from a blind man and once stole from over 50 residents at a nursing home, all to get money for heroin. Talia and Alissa say they’ve been in and out of rehabilitation centers and detoxes so many times that no facility in their state will admit them. Their parents, Renee and Jackie, say they have exhausted all means of helping Talia and Alissa, and now say they have refused to allow them into their home to keep them and their three other daughters safe. How will they react when they see video of a day in the life of their twins? Will their daughters’ attitudes and behaviors further push these parents away? And, hear from Talia and Alissa’s three younger sisters, who say they’re fed up with their older sisters and want them to “get clean or get lost.” Will their emotional plea have an impact on Talia and Alissa? Dr. Phil’s offer of help includes something so radical, it’s a Dr. Phil show first and surprises the twins, their family and the studio audience. But will Talia and Alissa accept the help offered to try to save their lives?


Friday - February 19, 2016

“Help Me Dr. Phil, I Believe My Husband Is Poisoning My Food and Injecting Me with Needles!”

Pat claims for the last nine months, her husband, Mira, has been injecting her with poison while she sleeps as well as poisoning her food, so he can molest their three teenage daughters. Pat claims her husband of nearly 20 years has molested their daughters at least a 1,000 times, and claims she has caught him naked with their oldest daughter, as well as engaging in other inappropriate sexual acts. Pat says she is doing all she can to protect her children from her husband, including sleeping on the floor in her girls’ bedrooms, barricading the doors, and setting up an “obstacle course” from her husband’s bedroom to their daughters’ rooms. Pat says she also has been trying to protect herself from her husband’s alleged poisonous injections by wearing a neck brace and helmet to bed. Mira adamantly denies every allegation and says his wife’s accusations are part of a delusional and paranoid mental illness, and he is desperate for her to get help. Pat insists she is not “crazy,” and says her husband was behind her diagnosis of Schizophrenia and that he committed her to a mental health hospital twice, so he could continue his abuse. How does Mira respond to the hundreds of photos of what Pat claims are needle injection marks all over her body? And, what do toxicology reports show? Plus, Dr. Phil sits down with their three teenage daughters and asks them if their father has ever abused them.




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