Drawing 5.38 million viewers, CBS News’ “48 Hours Mystery” was the most-watched show on TV Saturday night. The broadcast, which featured a Peter Van Sant report about a mother’s search for justice after her daughter’s death was ruled a suicide. Renowned true-crime writer Ann Rule, who wrote a best-seller based on the case, was also featured. The show was also #1 in the key demos, drawing a 1.4 rating/4 share in A25-54 viewers and a 1.0/03 in A18-49 viewers.
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- CBS News’ “48 Hours Mystery” is teaming up with famed crime author Ann Rule to try and shed light on a 1998 murder. The death of Ronda Reynolds was originally ruled a suicide, but there appeared to be more to the story,. Rule ended up writing a book about the case. The story airs on “48 Hours Mystery” Saturday night at 10 PM.