ABC News' newsmagazine "Primetime" takes a provocative look at the events and people that touch our lives through a mix of in-depth investigations, compelling human interest stories and feature reports. The evolving newsmagazine gets deep inside stories and is constantly developing fresh concepts born out of real life dilemmas. Anchored by Diane Sawyer, Chris Cuomo, Cynthia McFadden, David Muir and John Quiñones, the program airs on the ABC Television Network.
This season "Primetime" has drawn upon its unique innovation, creating limited-series programming with "Primetime: The Outsiders," "Primetime: Medical Mysteries" and "Primetime: Basic Instincts." The broadcast also continues to produce breaking news specials, showcasing an unmatched skill in agetting out ahead on any big story.
The 2006-07 season debuted with "Primetime: Basic Instincts," which brings some of most well known intellectual theories and psychological experiments to life and tests people's innate decision making processes. The first installment of the limited series included the hidden camera series "What Would You Do?," that captured people's reactions when confronted with dilemmas compelling them to either act or mind their own business.
"Primetime: Medical Mysteries" reports on some of the rarest disorders and syndromes in medicine today. The series examines cases that still leave scientists and doctors with unanswered questions when trying to explain the human body.
"Primetime: The Outsiders" features reports on people who live by their own rules and in their own worlds - worlds that the average person may find unimaginable. The limited series takes viewers behind closed doors and into the lives of people outside the bounds of conventional society.
David Sloan is executive producer of "Primetime." Jessica Velmans is the senior producer.
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