Nancy Grace Gave Up Her Legal Show on HLN
Nancy Grace is leaving her legal prime-time show on HLN in October 2016. The outspoken former prosecutor ended her show after 12 years.
The 57-year-old hasn't revealed any specific plans after leaving HLN. Neither has the network announced a replacement in her time slot. Grace did say, “I will continue my fight for justice across a variety of traditional and new media, where victims’ voices can reach an entirely engaged audience.”
Grace described her show as "an unparalleled platform that gave crime victims a voice and succeeded in helping to find missing people and solve unsolved homicides.”
About Nancy Grace
Nancy Grace is a legal commentator, television host, television journalist, and former prosecutor. She is known for frequently discussing victims' rights. She has an outspoken style that has made some people to praise her and some people to criticize her. It was said that when Grace had an opinion on a particular case, she pursued it with a "barracuda-like intensity."
Grace turned to law after a personal tragedy when she was only 19 years old. She had intended to become an English teacher after graduating from college. After the murder of her fiancé Keith Griffin, Grace decided to enroll in law school and went on to become a felony prosecutor and a supporter of victims' rights.
She has been the host of "Nancy Grace" since 2005. Her show is a nightly celebrity news and current affairs show on HLN.
Reaction To Grace's Decision
Ken Jautz, HLN's chief executive, remarked, “She gave a voice to the voiceless, and we are extremely grateful for her contributions to the network."
Reaction on social media is mixed. There are comments about what Nancy Grace looks like without makeup and even her eating habits. Many people commented about how outspoken Grace is and how she has humiliated a lot of people by the way she has talked to and about them.