Investigation Discovery is a niche channel that is part of the Discovery family. As the name ID would suggest, this channel is all about solving crimes. Filled with reality documentary style shows, Investigation Discovery offers dozens of CSI-style forensic shows that will leave you questioning everyone from your co-workers to your neighbors.
Some popular Investigation Discovery shows include 50 Ways to Leave your Lover, Your Worst Nightmare, A Stranger in My Home, Blood Relatives, Cold Blood, Deadly Demands, Deadly Doctors, Deadly Women, Death by Gossip, Evil Kin, and Fear Thy Neighbor. And this is just a fraction of the shows you’ll be able to watch on the Investigation Discovery live stream. If you don’t have cable, keep reading to learn how to watch Investigation Discovery online without cable!
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There is a show on Investigation Discovery called Evil Kin.
Criminal Minds Season 12 Episode 16 looks like it might play out an awful lot like one of those episodes.
In our exclusive clip below, Alvez and Rossi are going over the possibilities of a suspect for a vicious case.
Educated, gainfully employed women are all found at nightclubs with alcohol and drugs in their systems.
The drug makes the women feel empathy. Alvez calls it a love drug. That’s a terrible thought in itself, right?
The guy is likely a sadist, meaning he’s punishing the woman and enjoying their pain.
But what if you were the mother of such a man, discovering the writings of the son you now believe to be a madman?
A “bone crusher”?
That would be a tough one to get over, but the BAU is going to meet one such mother, and you can catch a glimpse of her
Read more at: https://www.tvfanatic.com/videos/criminal-minds-sneak-peek-evil-kin/
It was one of the most baffling cases in Washington state history: Who murdered Ed and Minnie Maurin? The December 1985 killings went unsolved for nearly three full decades, thanks largely to a frustrating lack of evidence at the crime scene. With neither fingerprints to run down nor a murder weapon to trace, investigators from Lewis County and all over the state could only leave the Maurin murder case file open–in the hope that, one day, something would come along to help them close it.
The basic facts of the case are these. On Christmas Eve, 1985, the bodies of Ed Maurin, 81, and Minnie Maurin, 83, were discovered in the woods west of rural Adna, Washington. Five days earlier, on December 19, Ed Maurin had withdrawn $8,500 in $100 bills from a bank in nearby Chehalis. He and Minnie’s blood-stained car was discovered in a shopping center
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For most people, stepping into the spotlight of national television seems like a distant dream. But Jake Kantor has already surpassed the typical hopes of most aspiring actors through his several jump-start appearances in the real-world acting arena.
Last June, Kantor made his TV debut in an episode of AMC’s “The American West” titled “Blood Gold.” Although the role was as a nonspeaking clerk, Kantor looks back on the moment — his first big break — with excitement.
“‘The American West’ was the biggest set and my first experience with filming TV professionally,” Kantor, a junior musical theatre major, said. “And it was a big network, so that was really great and I met a lot of really awesome people and we all connected.”
Kantor’s second TV appearance was on TLC’s paranormal series, “The Haunting.”
“That role was really cool because it was speaking,” Kantor said.
Read more at: http://www.breezejmu.org/life/jake-kantor-steps-into-the-spotlight/article_642cea84-feb9-11e6-b47f-17368195762d.html
ESPN managed to land on top in the Thursday cable ratings last week with their coverage of the Oklahoma State vs. Colorado and Arkansas vs. Virginia Tech college football games scoring consistent 1.3 ratings in adults 18-49 throughout the night. Earlier in the day, the South Florida vs. South Carolina game performed well also with a 0.6.
On TNT, the network’s broadcasts of the Boston vs. Cleveland and Dallas vs. LA Lakers NBA games managed to tick up somewhat from the previous week’s 0.4, both scoring 0.5s.
Top 100 cable shows among adults 18-49 for Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016
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Sports dominated the night in Thursday’s cable ratings, with the NFL Network’s coverage of the game between the Tennessee Titans and the Jacksonville Jaguars grabbing the top spot with a 1.8 rating in adults 18-49. It was the first Thursday game of the season airing solely on cable. The network’s pre and post-game specials continued to grab consistent 0.7s for the second week in a row.
Meanwhile, TNT’s broadcasts of the NBA games between Boston and Chicago and the LA Clippers and Portland scored high in the night with 0.8 ratings for the network. On Lifetime, “Project Runway” continued its recent 0.4 streak.
Top 100 cable shows among adults 18-49 for Thursday, October 27, 2016
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A closer look at the Matusiewicz family history and what sparked the tragedy at the New Castle County Courthouse on Feb. 11. (2/24/13)
A true crime show called “Evil Kin” will re-tell the tangled story of the Matusiewicz family that led to the killing of two people in the New Castle County Courthouse lobby in 2013.
The hourlong episode and season premiere is scheduled to air at 9 p.m. Thursday on the Investigation Discovery channel.
It will feature several people closely tied to the case, including family and friends
Read more at: http://www.delawareonline.com/story/news/crime/2016/10/12/crime-tv-show-feature-matusiewicz-family-story/91937494/
A Trenton man with a criminal history was arrested Sunday in Trenton’s Greenwood Forest Wildlife Management Area.
The man, 42-year-old ex-convict Bruce J. Post III, was dressed in full combat gear and was wielding an illegal automatic rifle and handgun at the time of his arrest, according to Patch.com. Post was sporting a mustache and hairdo in the style of Adolf Hitler.
According to Lacey Township police chief David Paprota, Post “gave indications of possible white-supremacist involvement.”
Authorities arrested Post after spotting a 2007 Hyundai Tucson parked on the side of the road, according to Patch.com. Post and his accomplice were found about 100 yards from the vehicle, which was later impounded. Officers also found a cache of weapons containing an AK-47, a Walther P38 9mm handgun, eight 30-round high-capacity magazines, one 100-round drum magazine and assorted ammunition, Paprota was quoted as saying by Patch.com.
After being taken to police headquarters, Post was charged with illegal possession
Read more at: http://jpupdates.com/2016/05/16/man-charged-in-1995-murder-arrested-in-trenton-for-brandishing-weapons/
Possible white supremacist arrested
LACEY –A suspected white supremacist linked to a 1995 murder was arrested on weapons charges after police stumbled across him and another man – and a cache of guns and ammunition – during a search of the Pinelands.
Officers from Lacey and Waretown police departments, State Police, Ocean County Sheriff’s Office, and state fish and wildlife officers traversed 60 miles of woods in Lacey and Ocean Sunday, looking for “criminal activity, trespassing and off-road vehicle violations,” Lacey police Chief David Paprota wrote in a prepared statement. Around 1 p.m. officers found 42-year-old Bruce J.
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Bryan, left, and David Freeman killed their parents in 1995 at the family’s Salisbury Township home.
The Salisbury Township slayings of Dennis, Brenda and Erik Freeman will be featured next week on the Investigation Discovery show “Evil Kin.”
The “Brothers in Hate” episode will kick off the show’s second season and is scheduled to air at 9 p.m. Tuesday, according to network officials.
Dennis and Brenda Freeman’s teenage sons, Bryan and David, killed the couple on Feb. 26, 1995, in the family’s township home. Also murdered that day was 11-year-old Erik, the couple’s youngest son.
Neither the brothers nor their accomplice, cousin and fellow neo-Nazi, Nelson “Ben” Birdwell III, admitted to Erik Freeman’s beating death. Bryan Freeman pleaded guilty to stabbing Brenda Freeman, David Freeman pleaded guilty to bludgeoning Dennis Freeman with an aluminum baseball bat and Birdwell was convicted for his role
Read more at: http://www.lehighvalleylive.com/lehigh-county/index.ssf/2014/07/tv_show_evil_kin_to_feature_ta.html