Expectations for Murder Chose Me Season 2 have been sky-high ever since Investigation Discovery announced the show’s renewal back in May. Fortunately for MCM’s growing legions of fans, what we’ve learned about the new episodes and their production should give you every reason to be thrilled for what’s ahead.
For starters, star John Nicholson, who portrays Detective Rod Demery, told us that he, “along with Rod the entire production crew, are really excited about working on Season 2,” and that they’re all “trying to build upon what started in Season 1.” John added that “the scripts and guest star casting have been awesome this season.”
Another Episode in the can, back in LA till next Saturday, then back to Knoxville . Man I luv this
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The mayor of Aynor was stopped by Horry County Police last month while riding a lawnmower down the road, apparently with a can of beer. Horry County Police released dash camera video of officers stopping John Gardner as he drove the riding lawnmower down a two-lane road on Friday, August 25 at about 8:40 p.m.
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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.
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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
Read more at: http://www.shreveporttimes.com/story/news/2017/06/29/shreveport-true-crime-tv-show-renewed-second-season/439101001/
A teenage girl doused with gasoline and set on fire. A schizophrenic stalker. A month of programming devoted to crimes from the 1980s — nostalgia for the Night Stalker, Jeffrey Dahmer and the Green River Killer.
Welcome to the program menu for the new Oxygen. The channel that once survived on a steady diet of Tori Spelling’s travails is now devoting itself to tales of poor souls who have been deprived of oxygen. “It Takes a Killer,” “Snapped,” “Ice Cold Murder” (hosted by Ice-T), “Criminal Confessions” “Killer Couples” and “The Disappearance Of …” are among the new series rolling out on the channel.
Oxygen’s makeover into an all true-crime, all the time outlet is not a shock given the popularity of the genre. But the focus on grisly and sensational murders, past and present, in the first wave of shows unveiled for the
Read more at: http://variety.com/2017/tv/awards/networks-thrill-license-to-kill-true-crime-glut-1202466253/
I Am Homicide is back with its second season, and the Investigation Discovery hit is earning strong reviews and ratings alike. However, keen-eyed fans of Detective Garry McFadden have noticed one particular omission among the just-announced descriptions of the second season’s expanded offerings: unlike early seasons of Homicide Hunter or the debut of Murder Chose Me, the case Detective McFadden calls his “worst ever” has yet to be depicted for the show.
Though he “still hates talking about the case,” Garry has opened up about it before. It was among the last he worked as a Charlotte homicide detective, and involved a 23-month-old boy named Elijah Burger. (Articles about the toddler’s murder spell his name both with one “l” and with two.) In November of 2008, Elijah’s father, Andre
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In this week’s renewed and returning, new seasons of shows are on tap for ABC Television Network, Investigation Discovery, History and more.
Returning for its third season, 20/20: In An Instant retells first-hand accounts of harrowing tales of survival. The series features interviews with the people whose lives were on the line and those who were integral to helping them survive. The series is produced by Committee Films in association with ABC News’ Lincoln Square Productions and premieres June 3 9:00 p.m. ET/PT on the ABC Television Network.
Investigation Discovery (ID) greenlit a second season of the network’s original series, Murder Chose Me from Jupiter Entertainment. Featuring stories and case files from detective Rod Demery, the series reflects on his 14 years as a homicide detective – a career he was drawn to after his own mother was murdered. In Murder Chose Me, first-person storytelling meets a gritty southern backdrop as Demery personifies how
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You can stop worrying that it has been cancelled. Investigation Discovery has renewed its Murder Chose Me TV show for a second season. The series features retired Shreveport homicide detective Rod Demery, whose own mother was murdered when he was just three years old.
Jupiter Entertainment produces Murder Chose Me for Investigation Discovery. Jupiter’s Todd Moss executive produces, and Erich Sturm co-executive produces. Lorna Thomas executive produces for ID.
Deadline has confirmed the Murder Chose Me season two renewal is for 10 episodes, which will premiere in 2018.
What do you think? Did you watch the first season of the Murder Chose Me TV series? Do you plan to check out the second season on Investigation Discovery?
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In today’s roundup, Andy Samberg and Murray Miller’s HBO special gets a premiere date, and “Murder Chose Me” secures a second season.
An HBO special presentation starring and executive produced by Andy Samberg and executive produced by Murray Miller (“King of the Hill”; HBO’s “Girls”) premieres Saturday, July 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT exclusively on HBO. “Tour de Pharmacy,” a fictional sports mockumentary, takes on the professional world of cycling in 1982. The satire follows five riders during a dark and controversial fictitious time in cycling history, marked by doping of virtually all competitors. The series features numerous guest stars, including: John Cena, Daveed Diggs, Jeff Goldblum, Danny Glover, Kevin Bacon, Nathan Fielder, Will Forte, Maya Rudolph, Joe Buck, Mike Tyson, J.J. Abrams, and Lance Armstrong among many others. This marks Samberg and Miller’s second HBO collaboration, following the 2015 tennis mockumentary “7 Days in Hell.” Jake
Read more at: http://variety.com/2017/tv/news/andy-samberg-murray-miller-hbo-1202437329/