(Silver Spring, Md., October 16, 2017) – America’s most-watched true crime network, Investigation Discovery (ID), and Time Inc. Productions, the award-winning television group of multi-platform consumer media company Time Inc., announced today the return of their break-out hit series, PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES. Drawing from the original reporting of PEOPLE’s award-winning true crime editorial team, the second season of PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES features 12 all-new, compelling stories of ordinary people thrust into the spotlight following notorious crimes. Through the lens of PEOPLE’s trusted journalists, each hour-long episode takes viewers to the heart of the crime and is interlaced with archival footage, dramatic recreations and emotional interviews with those closest to the cases. Season two of PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES debuts Monday, November 6 at 10/9c, only on ID.
“We at ID are delighted to partner once again with some of the best people in true crime journalism today,” said Henry Schleiff, Group President of
What can we expect from this new TV season? Well … a lot of everything.
There will be an overload of scary sci-fi creatures and of scary, real-life killers. There will be new batches of soldiers and singers and such. And there will be quirks; for instance:
•The new “Star Trek” show doesn’t look much like a “Star Trek” … but another show (Fox’s “The Orville”) DOES look and feel like “Trek.”
•Most networks are trying fantasy shows; Fox has three new ones this fall, plus an “X-Files” return at mid-season. But the CW — which has been sci-fi obsessed – has no new ones. It’s adding
Vanished in Seattle looks at the case of rising rock star Brian Barton, who vanished just before he was due to embark on a tour with his band.
Brian Barton was up and coming musician in the punk rock band as Fate Would Have It, when just before his first big tour was due to take place he vanished.
Brian was in love and his band were on their way up and possibly headed for the big time.
Then in 2005 the 25-year-old simply disappeared, leaving friends and fellow band mates equally baffled and suspicious of each other.
John Krebs was barton’s best buddy told the Huff Post that he thought Barton’s girlfriend Breanna Duvall knew something about his disappearance, but others are not so sure.
The founder of the band Barton played
150 years ago there was no International Women’s Day. There wasn’t even a vote for women. So what chance for a poor illiterate, indigent Irish woman facing a murder trial before an all-male jury in New Jersey?
What chance then, what chance now?
The case of Bridget Deignan (sometimes written as Durgan) was once open and shut.
Author Sheila Duane opened it again.
Now it is about to be opened and shut a second time by a TV show.
With the same result as before.
Bridget would begin her short life in Sligo.
That life would be ended at the end of a hangman’s rope in New Brunswick, New Jersey, on August 30, 1867.
According to Sheila Duane, author of “Bridget’s Hanging,” Bridget was executed for a crime she did not commit, and by citizens who despised the Irish, the impoverished, and feared and distrusted Catholics.
That hanging is soon to be recreated on a TV show,
Across America, there are isolated places that appear untouched. In these desolate and sprawling areas – known as killing fields – dozens of deaths remain mysteries, baffling anyone daring enough to investigate. On Tuesday, January 3 at 10 PM ET/PT, Discovery Channel will return to the Louisiana swamplands as an active criminal investigation unfolds
Rumors of Alaskan Bush People being cancelled have been circulating for weeks now, mostly because Discovery Channel has not announced its renewal. It seems that those rumors are not true, however, as reports of filming crews working in and around Hoonah, where the Alaskan Bush People family spend a lot of time, have surfaced in recent days on various websites, including the Bitbag. Other news about the Browns has recently emerged, specifically about Joshua (aka “Bam Bam”) Brown. Between the developments in Joshua’s life and the issues that Matt Brown is dealing with, Season 6 of Alaskan Bush People will likely see many changes from last year.
Let’s talk about the second eldest Alaskan Bush People child first — Joshua. There is talk that he is in love and may even be married. Who’s the recipient of his affection? Allison Kagan — one of the producers of ABP. As reported
In this week’s round-up, new non-fiction series and documentaries are scheduled to premiere across Travel Channel, Verizon’s Go90, E! and Investigation Discovery.
Produced by Pilgrim Media Group, Adaptive Studios, and Ben Affleck and Matt Damon’s prodco, Pearl Street Films, the interactive competition series will feature one competitor challenged to make it across America undetected, while five two-person “Chase teams” and audiences across the country attempt to track them down for a chance to win more than US$1 million.
If Chase teams are able to capture the Runner, they win the bounty on his or her head, which increases by $15,000 daily. The series – which airs with three episodes daily beginning July 1 – will be hosted by online presenter Matthew Patrick and Vice News journalist Kaj
ABC invites new and devoted “Once Upon a Time” viewers to take another look at this popular fantasy series in the new special, “Once Upon a Time: Wicked is Coming,” which will explore the show in a way that will bring new viewers up to date — but which current viewers will also find illuminating – in anticipation of the exciting midseason return. The special will take a look at the role that family plays in the show, our heroes’ journey from breaking the curse to the ramifications of magic in our world, travelling to Neverland to save Henry from an evil Peter Pan, and their upcoming battle with The Wicked Witch of the West. Narrated by Dan Stevens (“Downton Abbey”), the special features interviews with the cast, and executive