"Deadly Power," Hosted by Lauren Sivan, Examines True Crime-Stories

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13 July 2018
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"Deadly Power"
Premieres Monday, July 16 from 8 PM ET/PT on Oxygen
 
          Hosted by esteemed television journalist Lauren Sivan, “Deadly Power” will examine the twisted and true stories where people in positions of power and prominence took advantage of their authority to commit heinous acts of crime, all stemming from their control and unyielding power. "Deadly Power" airs Mondays at 8pm ET/PT and then moves to 10pm ET/PT starting Monday, August 6th.

          Through emotional testimonials, never-before-seen interviews and dramatic reenactments, “Deadly Power” will reveal the sordid details of some of the most notorious cases of exploitation and highlight gripping firsthand accounts from the victims and their families who will stop at nothing to get the justice they deserve. 

 

Deadly Power

Lauren Sivan Photo by Evans Vestal Ward 

         Lauren Sivan is a Los Angeles TV reporter and co-host of “Mid-Day Live with Dr. Drew” on KABC radio. Sivan covered everything from the immigration issue from Mexico, the conflict in the Middle East from Israel and entertainment from Hollywood. Lauren has appeared as a correspondent or contributor for The Fox News Channel, Extra, CNN, MSNBC and Good Morning Britain.

          In 2017 Sivan was thrust into the #MeToo movement when she came forward with her story about Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein. Since then she has been a vocal advocate for ending sexual harassment in the workplace and fighting for less protections for those who abuse power.

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