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What to Watch on Friday: Investigation Discovery looks at the Eric Miller murder in Raleigh

Ann Miller Kontz, center, is escorted out of a Wake County courtroom after she pled guilty to 2nd degree murder on November 7, 2005. She was convicted of poisoning her husband Eric Miller and will serve a minimum of 25 years in prison.  At left is one of her attorneys, Wade Smith.
Ann Miller Kontz, center, is escorted out of a Wake County courtroom after she pled guilty to 2nd degree murder on November 7, 2005. She was convicted of poisoning her husband Eric Miller and will serve a minimum of 25 years in prison. At left is one of her attorneys, Wade Smith. The News & Observer

Fatal Passions (10 p.m., Investigation Discovery) -- Tonight’s episode of this true-crime series looks at one of Raleigh’s most famous murders. In 2000, young Eric Miller, a pediatric AIDS researcher at UNC, died from arsenic poisoning. The police soon zero in on Eric’s wife Ann, a chemist and researcher at GlaxoSmithKline, and her co-worker Derril Willard. Read more about the Eric and Ann Miller episode of “Fatal Passions.”

Also on tonight . . .

Kids’ Choice Sports Awards (8 p.m., Nickelodeon) -- A new awards show honoring kids’ favorite athletes, teams and sports moments of the year.

Quantico (8 p.m., ABC) -- Conor Devlin plots revenge and returns to his home country of Ireland, but he team unknowingly becomes a pawn in his plans.

Ballet Now (Hulu) -- A Hulu documentary that offers a look into the world of ballet and what it takes to create a one-of-a-kind dance extravaganza. It features New York City Ballet’s Prima Ballerina Tiler Peck and a diverse cast of world-class dancers from around the globe.

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