PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Nancy Grace will be giving extra attention to missing persons cases over the next two months on HLN.
The network on Monday will launch "Nancy Grace: America's Missing" at 9 p.m. EST. Over 50 weekdays, she'll spotlight a different missing persons case. She hopes that some prime-time attention will loosen fresh clues in some cases that are as much as 20 or 30 years old.
Grace said that any case that gets solved would be like a blessing from heaven.
The two-month series is part of a prime-time transition for HLN. Drew Pinsky starts with his own 9 p.m. show once the 50 days for "America's Missing" are over, and Joy Behar's show moves to 10 p.m.