CLEVELAND, Ohio — The true-crime cable channel Investigation Discovery will examine the 2014 Cleveland murder of Michael Days on the episode of “Murder Calls” premiering at 10 p.m. Monday, July 3. The episode includes re-enactment scenes with actors, as well as interviews with several people connected to the murder investigation.
The program’s description, provided by Investigation Discovery, says it begins with “the real-life 911 call a woman makes as she says a man forced his way into her Cleveland home, shot her boyfriend (Michael Days) in front of their kids, and fled. To find out who killed this young father and why, detectives will have to untangle a twisted web of jealousy, deceit and murder.”
Days, 31, was shot and killed at his West 46th Street home on Nov. 12, 2014. Although the subsequent trial was widely covered by Cleveland media, “Murder Calls” treats the outcome as a mystery followed to a
On tap for this week’s Renewed and Returning are new seasons of shows on Channel 4, DIY Network and Investigation Discovery.
UK pubcaster Channel 4 has commissioned a second series of Boomerang’s Extreme Cake Makeovers. The (30×30) series (pictured) looks at the success and failures of the elite bakers who whip cakes into works of edible art. The series is commissioned by C4′s David Sayer and executive produced by Sam Grace. “Viewers proved to have a great appetite for this winning recipe of spectacular and delicious cakes and so we are delighted to commission a further series as part of daytime’s continuing drive to increase its output from the nations and regions,” said Sayer in a statement.
Channel 4 has also commissioned All3Media’s prodco betty to make another three seasons of The Undateables. Season seven of The Undateables (5×60), is currently in
The Women’s Council for the Leon Hess Cancer Center at Monmouth Medical Center will host the 22nd Annual Power of Pink Luncheon, an event that benefits the Leon Hess Cancer Center at Monmouth Medical Center, on Thursday, July 13 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Guggenheim Library at Monmouth University.
This year’s event will feature celebrity guest speaker Tamron Hall, award-winning journalist and community advocate.
The Power of Pink Luncheon will recognize Seth Cohen, MD, Regional Medical Director of Oncology Clinical Research at Monmouth Medical Center and Monmouth Medical Center, Southern Campus, as this year’s honoree.
Award-winning journalist, Tamron Hall has been the host
Former Shreveport Police Department Detective Rod Demery is the focus of a new show on Investigation Discovery, “Murder Chose Me,” which premieres Feb. 15. Each episode will examine a case worked by Demery in Shreveport. (Courtesy Discovery Communications)
A true crime television show highlighting past murder cases in Shreveport has been renewed for a second season on Investigation Discovery.
Deadline, an entertainment industry online magazine, reports that 10 new episodes of “Murder Chose Me” will premiere in 2018.
The series focuses on former Shreveport Police Department homicide
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — An admitted Memphis rapist who disappeared after failing to appear in court was taken into custody in Alabama on Wednesday (June 28), after receiving a tip from a missing Eureka Springs woman who was thought to be with him.
On Wednesday night, one of Naumann’s family members contacted the Eureka Springs Police Department after receiving a phone call from Naumann, according to a department press release. Shastah Naumann gave her relative her location in Alabama, which was relayed to police.
Eureka Springs officers contacted the Orange Beach Police Department, who went to Barber Marina and found Naumann and took her into
On a recent Saturday afternoon, Nancy Grace stood in the Indianapolis JW Marriott, in front of an audience of hundreds of true-crime fans. It is perhaps no surprise that the longtime Court TV and HLN host can work a podium; her speech would have been equally at home above a cable-news chyron or at a tent revival. At times, Grace raised her hands like a healer and borrowed the cadence and charisma of a preacher. The mellifluous Georgia accent, it should be said, was all her own.
Grace’s keynote address at CrimeCon, “Crime Victim to Crime Fighter,” wove strands of tragedy, self-deprecation, smoldering rage, and tear-welling gratitude into the story of her life: the murder of Grace’s fiancé when she was in
Diane Holik was a vibrant woman with a zest for life, she was murdered by Patrick Russo in her own home
This week Six Degrees of Murder looks at the murder of Diane Holik, who was just 43-years-old when her chance of a new life was robbed from her.
November 2001 and Diane Holik was a successful IBM at home supervisor and looking to move from her home in Austin to Houston, where she and her fiancé were planning to continue their life.
However, when she failed to turn up for work her work colleagues became worried and contacted the police. They found her house undisturbed but inside lay her lifeless body. At first they suspected a suicide but marks on her wrists and neck convinced them she’d been bound and strangled.
Police looked at a few suspects including an obsessive friend and even her fiancé. But it
The Investigation Discovery program’s second season will premiere 10 p.m. Monday, July 17, according to a news release. Each episode details a forensic investigation that Graham Hetrick was involved in in the last 26 years that he’s served as Dauphin County’s coroner.
Hetrick recounts each case starting from the moment that he’s called to the scene of a crime, according to the news release. He details “every aspect of his investigation until he determines the cause of death and, ultimately, helps law enforcement deliver justice for the victim and their (sic) family.”
The program also has dramatic re-enactments and interviews with those who were directly involved with the case.
The premiere episode of the upcoming season is titled “First Cut is the Deepest,” which is about the stabbing
THE DEAD SPEAK TO CORONER GRAHAM HETRICK:
TRUE-CRIME NETWORK INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY’S HIT FORENSIC SERIES “THE CORONER: I SPEAK FOR THE DEAD” RETURNS
– Season Two Premieres on Monday, July 17 at 10/9c –
(Silver Spring, Md.) – They say that death is in the details, and coroner Graham Hetrick knows this to be true. In Investigation Discovery’s THE CORONER: I SPEAK FOR THE DEAD, Hetrick shares the most compelling homicide cases from his 26 years as the Coroner of Dauphin County, Pa. It’s Hetrick’s job to administer the medical legal death investigation process, enabling homicide detectives to fully reveal the story of how and why someone died. Through complex forensic analysis, he and his team uncover the secrets that every body holds, providing information crucial to solving homicide cases and giving a voice to those
(Silver Spring, Md.) – They say that death is in the details, and coroner Graham Hetrick knows this to be true. In Investigation Discovery’s THE CORONER: I SPEAK FOR THE DEAD, Hetrick shares the most compelling homicide cases from his 26 years as the Coroner of Dauphin County, Pa. It’s Hetrick’s job to administer the medical legal death investigation process, enabling homicide detectives to fully reveal the story of how and why someone died. Through complex forensic analysis, he and his team uncover the secrets that every body holds, providing information crucial to solving homicide cases and giving a voice to those who can no longer speak. Hetrick returns with more clues to unravel in the 10-episode second season of THE CORONER: I SPEAK FOR THE DEAD, premiering Monday, July 17 at 10/9c on Investigation Discovery.
“Graham is not only among the most respected experts and gifted investigators in his