Monthly Archives: February 2015

MOST EVIL: Would You Recognize the Traits of a Predator if Face-to-Face with One?

Each week, MOST EVIL on Investigation Discovery takes a look at the minds behind of some of the most heinous murders on record. The series is hosted each week by leading clinical and forensic psychologist Dr. Kris Mohandie, who takes a look at killers’ motives, methods and thought processes. And, the killers are placed on an infamous scale, classifying them from impulse murderers, to those motivated by jealousy or rage, to the outright psychopathic.

Each episode of MOST EVIL looks at three cases meticulously dissected by Dr. Mohandie to get to the heart of the terrifying question: What drives someone to murder? Through archive and new first-person interviews conducted by Dr. Mohandie with the killers themselves, MOST EVIL delves into the reasons—including neurological, environmental and genetic factors—why people kill and will then place them on an official scale of criminal behavior, ranging from 1 to 22. Tonight, according to Investigation Discovery,

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Sneak Peek – Investigation Discovery Premieres New Series SEE NO EVIL Tonight

Sneak Peek - Investigation Discovery Premieres New Series SEE NO EVIL Tonight

Revealing shocking murder mysteries through the lens of surveillance technology — one frame at a time, Investigation Discovery’s new series, SEE NO EVIL premieres tonight, February 17 at 10/9c. Fingerprints and DNA were once the smoking gun, but now video proves to be most useful to authorities: what will it capture — a victim’s walk to their doom or a murderer hiding all-important evidence? Using actual security camera footage, first person interviews with family, friends and investigators, along with limited re-creation, SEE NO EVIL takes viewers on an emotional rollercoaster ride through a timeline of a crime.

“SEE NO EVIL is different from any other crime show as it reveals the haunting moments leading up to a murder, often uncovering surprising suspects and evidence,” said Henry Schleiff, Group President, Discovery Networks. “While some may have concerns

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ID to examine “The Mind of a Murderer”

U.S. net Investigation Discovery (ID) has commissioned The Mind of a Murderer, a series drawing inspiration from classic Hollywood thriller The Silence of the Lambs.

The series is hosted by Dr. Michelle Ward (pictured above), who will go behind bars to interview convicted murders. Ward is billed by the network as being “the modern-day Clarice Starling,” in reference to the iconic FBI agent played by Jodie Foster in the Oscar-winning Hollywood hit.

The series is being made by Atlas Media Corp., and will premiere on February 19. Ward previously starred in ID and Atlas’s series Stalked: Someone’s Watching, which debuted in 2011 and has so far run for three seasons.

According to Henry Schleiff, the group president for ID, Destination American, American Heroes Channel, Discovery Family Channel and Discovery Life, The Mind of a Murderer “plays out like a fictional psychological thriller,

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