Nancy Grace Joins Fox Nation With ‘Crime Stories’ Series

The streaming series will show Grace producing her podcast and SiriusXM show, “Crime Stories With Nancy Grace,” five days a week

Nancy Grace
Dimitrios Kambouris / Getty Images

Nancy Grace is joining Fox Nation, the network’s streaming service, with a crime show airing in January 2020.

The series will be similar to Grace’s eponymous show on HLN, which aired from 2005 to 2016, and follow Grace as she creates her podcast and SiriusXM radio show, “Crime Stories With Nancy Grace,” five days a week.

“We spotlight breaking crime and justice news, help find missing people, especially children, solve unsolved homicides and analyze clues left behind,” Grace told the Associated Press.

Grace is a former prosecutor who has since made her name on television as a political commentator. In 2005, she hosted the “Nancy Grace” primetime show on HLN (formerly CNN Headline News), where she covered high-profile criminal cases like the Casey Anthony and Amanda Knox trials. She also made a few cameos on shows like “Law & Order: SVU,” “Raising Hope,” and the film “Hancock.”

In July, Grace premiered a new Oxygen series, “Injustice With Nancy Grace,” that examined lesser-known criminal cases.

“There’s a lot of high-profile cases that get all the spotlight and all the attention, and that’s really not fair. Lady justice is blind for a reason. She doesn’t look at the celebrity, or the education, or the wealth of a particular victim or defendant,” Grace told The Wrap’s Margeaux Sippell in July. “They are cases that just stuck with me, where an injustice was done. I really believe that these victims have the right to be heard.”

“Injustice” wrapped its first season in August.

Earlier this month, former “60 Minutes” correspondent Lara Logan also announced she was joining the streaming service with a docu-series titled “No Agenda with Lara Logan.” The show will launch in January 2020 and feature four 90-minute installments.