Barbara Walters' famous chats with the infamous have found a home on cable network Investigation Discovery. The true crime channel owned by Discovery Communications announced Tuesday that it has ordered "American Scandal," a new series in which Walters will revisit her interviews with convicted diet doc killer Jean Harris, John Lennon's assassin Mark David Chapman, fallen TV minister James Bakker and others, using footage that never made it to air when first shown by ABC News. The series promises to provide new details about the subjects' notorious cases. The series will be the first since Walters officially retired from ABC News last May. She has returned for a few exclusive interviews for ABC News and some visits to her old daytime talk show "The View."
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