When 18-year old Brittany Clardy starts dating an older man, her life veers from model student to lost soul. And when the teenager disappears, her family panics. Now, investigators must unravel her complicated life filled with secrets and regret.
Ty Underwood leaves her insular hometown to start fresh, vowing to be up-front with potential suitors about being transgender. Her shocking murder exposes chats with anonymous men on a phone app. The app may reveal a killer, but not identities.
In the wake of a broken marriage, 28-year old Samantha Lezark's struggle to find love again has a fatal ending. Now, investigators must follow her digital trail through different chat rooms to uncover her killer.
After losing his dream girl to an older guy, Seath Jackson launches into a bitter social media war with his ex and her new man. Soon after, Seath disappears. Detectives work to find out if this is a runaway case or something more serious.
How far would you go for the person you love? Would you lie for them, die for them...or even kill for them? I'd Kill For You lifts the lid on unbelievable crimes in which one human's love, loyalty or devotion is chosen over another's life.
Obsession: Dark Desires offers intimate access to the emotional scars of those who have suffered as victims of extreme obsession.
In this compelling series, Deadly Women investigates the motives and m.o. of female murderers. While males are often driven by anger, impulse and destruction, women usually have more complex, long-term reasons to kill.
Stories of men and women who thought they were happily married, until the day they uncovered a shocking secret about their spouse that would leave them asking Who the (BLEEP) Did I Marry?
In Redrum, viewers follow the backwards tale of murder from false motives and mistaken witnesses to conversations taken completely out of context, until the truth finally comes out at the very end.
News magazine show Deadline: Crime features Today Show host and MSNBC news anchor Tamron Hall, who walks viewers step by step through a series of riveting and heartwrenching murder investigations.
Inspired by the best-selling blockbuster novel, Gone Girl, this series will keep audiences guessing to the end. This is a "he said/she said" format in which two versions of events unfold simultaneously, leaving viewers to work out which is real.
Every family has secrets, skeletons in the closet. Blood Relatives is a true-crime series, investigating homespun murder mysteries where everyone is a suspect and every suspect shares a last name.
On The Case with Paula Zahn takes viewers on an exciting, visually compelling journey inside the most fascinating crime and mystery investigations.
Disappeared is a gripping series that focuses on missing person cases. Each hour delves into one story, tracing the time immediately before the individual vanished for critical clues about the disappearance.
Every two seconds in the United States, someone is taken against their will. House of Horrors: Kidnapped will take you on a horrifying ride through the eyes of survivors as they relive the scariest story of their lives.
This hour-long series gives viewers a voyeuristic peek into the lust and animalistic obsession that have fueled some of the more brutal acts of violence to grab front-page headlines across the globe.
Fashions may change but murder never goes out of style. A Crime To Remember showcases the most compelling crimes of yesteryear, when secrets festered, passions ran wild and cops had nothing but shoe-leather and gut instinct to catch a killer.
Cry Wolfe is an investigative series inspired by the files of private investigator Brian Wolfe and his 25 years of experience in the field. Whether it's infidelity, fraud or other wrongdoings, Wolfe and his team of associates do whatever it takes to gather concrete proof.
Homicide Hunter is a non-fiction investigative series of murder cases told through the personal experience of retired detective, Lieutenant Joe Kenda. In personal interviews, Kenda will captivate us with the details of a different investigation each week.
For the killer, it's the perfect murder. As the detectives hit dead end after dead end, and wrong suspects are discarded, the killer thinks they got away with it. The truth is, that it's the perfect murder, until it's not.