Tonight on Investigation Discovery (ID), Graham Hetrick speaks for the dead while Chris Hansen goes behind the scenes of some of the most shocking murders in America, with the Season Finale of “The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead” and an all-new episode of “Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen,” respectively.
American viewers are fascinated with death, it seems. They don’t want it touching their own lives, but they cannot seem to get enough of watching it touch someone else. And, not just death; strange, mysterious, violent death. And, unfortunately, there appears to be plenty in our culture to keep the airwaves full.
Tonight, the season of “The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead” wraps up on ID. The show chronicles some of Graham Hetrick’s most mysterious and disturbing homicides. While detectives search for clues among the living, Graham, a coroner and medical death investigator, uncovers the secrets of the dead. Tonight, Read more at: http://tvruckus.com/2016/09/19/the-coroner-i-speak-for-the-dead-season-finale-highlights-night-of-murder-mayhem-on-id/
We covered Discovery Communications’ 2016 upfront highlights in Cablefax Daily from Discovery’s digital arm, Discovery Channel and TLC. The following are additional highlights from Thursday’s announcements, from Investigation Discovery, Animal Planet, Science Channel, Velocity and American Heroes Channel.
Investigation Discovery announced 13 new and 16 returning series. Highlights from the new crop include “Hard Evidence: OJ Is Innocent,” a mini-series premiering early ’17 from exec prod Martin Sheen that questions what’s known about the infamous trial; “Murder Chose Me” features Shreveport, LA, homicide detective Rod Demery as he catches criminals; and “The Detectives Club: New Orleans” features a group of retired detectives from the city who discuss their most haunting cases.
Top announcements from Animal Planet include a new programming event “Animal Planet Presents,” which will showcase specials and documentary films from top filmmakers like 2016 Slamdance Film Fest winner “Million Dollar Duck”; new series such as “Texas Vets,” following the lives
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