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‘Extremely close’: ‘Killing Fields’ true crime series could help solve …

Carrie Singer, a 28-year-old resident of Virginia, was killed in 2004. Her murder still remains unsolved.

 (Courtesy of Discovery.)

On July 1, 2004 a farmer scouting his

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‘Extremely close’: ‘Killing Fields’ true crime series could help solve Carrie Singer’s grisly 2004 murder


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‘Killing Fields’ could help solve Carrie Singer’s murder

Virginia residents hoping Discovery Channel’s ‘Killing Fields’ can help shed light on the grisly murder of 28-year-old Carrie Singer.

On July 1, 2004 a farmer scouting his fields for crop damage in Isle of Wight County, Virginia made a grisly discovery when he spotted the half-naked body of

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Realscreen » Archive » Keshet Int’l, RTL close pre-sale for “Most Evil …

Israeli producer-distributor Keshet International has secured a pre-sale deal for Woodcut Media’s true crime series World’s Most Evil Killers with RTL for German-speaking Europe.

The docuseries (pictured) examines some of the most dangerous and prolific murderers in the UK and worldwide, revealing what drove them to commit their heinous crimes. Notorious killers spotlighted in the series include Ed Gein, Jeffrey Dahmer, Fred and Rose West, The Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe, Michael Ryan and Fritz Honka.

Through a mix of archive footage and stylized reconstruction, the series will feature first-hand accounts, expert views from leading criminologists, crime journalists and psychologists to examine what drove each criminal to kill.

The extended 20-episode series has been adjusted for local audiences and licensed to RTL in a multi-year deal. The series will broadcast across free-to-air Sky UK channel Pick later this year.

World’s Most Evil Killers marks some of the first fruits of Keshet’s first-look true crime

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/01/24/keshet-intl-rtl-close-pre-sale-for-most-evil-killers/

Keshet Int’l, RTL close pre-sale for “Most Evil Killers”

Israeli producer-distributor Keshet International has secured a pre-sale deal for Woodcut Media’s true crime series World’s Most Evil Killers with RTL for German-speaking Europe.

The docuseries (pictured) examines some of the most dangerous and prolific murderers in the UK and worldwide, revealing what drove them to commit their heinous crimes. Notorious killers spotlighted in the series include Ed Gein, Jeffrey Dahmer, Fred and Rose West, The Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe, Michael Ryan and Fritz Honka.

Through a mix of archive footage and stylized reconstruction, the series will feature first-hand accounts, expert views from leading criminologists, crime journalists and psychologists to examine what drove each criminal to kill.

The extended 20-episode series has been adjusted for local audiences and licensed to RTL in a multi-year deal. The series will broadcast across free-to-air Sky UK channel Pick later this year.

World’s Most Evil Killers marks some of the first fruits of Keshet’s first-look true crime

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/01/24/keshet-intl-rtl-close-pre-sale-for-most-evil-killers/

Adnan Syed up close yet impersonal

The narrative of the Adnan Syed case is so compelling that each time I write about it, I have to remind myself that a real Baltimore teenager was killed and her real family members continue to mourn.

I repeated that process about halfway through a screening of the Investigation Discovery production “Adnan Syed: Innocent or Guilty?” that premieres later this month on the Maryland-based channel.

“Remember: These are real people that all these talking heads are talking about,” I wrote in my notes, “NOT characters in a made-for-TV movie. Hae Min Lee is dead, and Syed has been in prison 17 years.”

Easy to say, hard to hold on to while watching a fast-paced, smoothly constructed true-crime TV production with re-enactments, hyped-up narration and crime scene photos. I suspect most viewers will just get onboard this prime-time train and ride it

Read more at: http://www.baltimoresun.com/entertainment/tv/z-on-tv-blog/bs-ae-zontv-syed-20160603-story.html

Adnan Syed up close yet impersonal in new TV special

The narrative of the Adnan Syed case is so compelling that each time I write about it, I have to remind myself that a real Baltimore teenager was killed and her real family members continue to mourn.

I repeated that process about halfway through a screening of the Investigation Discovery production “Adnan Syed: Innocent or Guilty?” that premieres later this month on the Maryland-based channel.

“Remember: These are real people that all these talking heads are talking about,” I wrote in my notes, “NOT characters in a made-for-TV movie. Hae Min Lee is dead, and Syed has been in prison 17 years.”