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ESPN's Controversial Oscar Pistorius Documentary to Hit South African Screens

'The Trials of Oscar Pistorius' will debut on South African screens through ESPN's Emmy award-winning 30 for 30 series despite public criticism.

A controversial documentary about convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius on ESPN's 30 for 30 series will soon debut on South African television screens. According to CapeTownNetC, the four-part documentary series will premiere weekly on DStv from November 19th at 8 P.M. (South African time) with repeats each Sunday at the same time from November 22nd. The documentary, which is titled The Trials of Oscar Pistorius, is facing rising public criticism from British audiences where it is already showing. Viewers have slammed ESPN for the "dangerous" narrative which reportedly presents Pistorius as a hero despite murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, on February 14th, 2013.

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Oscar Pistorius’ Jail Sentence to be Increased to 13 Years

Six years was "shockingly low."

Incarcerated South African athlete Oscar Pistorius, who was initially sentenced to six years imprisonment for the 2013 murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, is now to serve 13 years.

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Oscar Pistorius' Family Is Suing Lifetime Over Upcoming Film

The Pistorius family plans to take legal action against Lifetime over the upcoming film.

South Africans are Tweeting About All the Things #OscarWillBeOutBefore

Following the news of Oscar Pistorius' six-year prison sentence, South Africans take to Twitter to point out a few of the things #OscarWillBeOutBefore.

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