'This Isn't a Documentary': Judge Jeanine Calls Out 'Making a Murderer' Filmmakers

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Tune in or set your DVR for a big weekend lineup on Fox News Channel, highlighted by Judge Jeanine Pirro's special investigation of "Making a Murderer" and a Fox News Sunday sit-down with Donald Trump. 

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Steven Avery: Guilty or Framed?, Saturday and Sunday at 8:00pm ET: Judge Jeanine Pirro investigates the decade-old murder case that suddenly has America talking due to the popular Netflix documentary "Making a Murderer."

Was Steven Avery, the man at the center of the case, a cold-blooded killer or was he set up by a Wisconsin police force that would stop at nothing to put him away? 

Judge Jeanine will be joined by a panel of experts and some of the biggest names in the legal industry to bring you the real story behind the case and the hit series.

Watch Judge Pirro's take on the case below in Friday morning's lively debate with Geraldo Rivera.

Justice with Judge Jeanine, Saturday 9:00pm ET: After Judge Pirro's in-depth look at the "Making a Murderer" case, don't miss her reaction to President Obama's executive actions on gun control on a LIVE "Justice."

Fox News Sunday, 2:00 and 6:00pm ET: Chris Wallace has a must-see interview with Donald Trump. He'll talk to the GOP frontrunner about his first TV ad, his questioning of Sen. Ted Cruz's citizenship and much more.

Also, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough previews President Obama's final State of the Union Address, which has been billed as "non-traditional." 

And don't miss analysis by the FNS panel: George Will, Bob Woodward, Juan Williams and Laura Ingraham. 

Check your local listings for Sunday morning air times on the FOX network. 

13 Hours at Benghazi: The Inside Story - Saturday at 5:00pm ET & Sunday at 9:00pm ET: Based on the book, "13 Hours: The Inside Account of What Really Happened in Benghazi" by Mitchell Zuckoff, see the definitive account of the night of the Benghazi attack from the heroes who fought at the CIA annex. 

No concealed identities or pseudonyms, just facts from the men who were the “boots on the ground.”  

Was there a stand-down order? Was help delayed from reaching the compound where Amb. Chris Stevens died? What was it like to fight a determined foe and see their brothers-in-arms fall to the enemy?

Watch a preview clip below. 

Heroes of Benghazi to Megyn Kelly: 'We Were Told to Stand Down'

'Full Truths Weren't Being Told': Benghazi Heroes Set the Story Straight