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Exclusive clip: Berlinger on “Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio”

Joe Berlinger has spent the majority of his filmmaking career investigating the criminal justice system. But the veteran docmaker says that while he may be known as a director and producer professionally, he is a father first.

So when he came across a story in the news about the deaths and disappearances of six young women in southern Ohio, he wanted to investigate.

Berlinger’s findings will be unveiled in the forthcoming TV docuseries, Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohioan eight-hour program produced by RadicalMedia in association with Third Eye Motion Picture Company for Spike TV.

Many of the women who disappeared, Berlinger found out, were addicted to drugs or involved in prostitution. In the small town of Chillicothe, the families of the victims felt that no one was pursuing their cases because of their daughters’ supposed risky lifestyles.

“My entire focus on the criminal justice system has been about giving voice to the voiceless. Regardless of who you

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/07/21/exclusive-clip-berlinger-on-gone-the-forgotten-women-of-ohio/

New docuseries tries to get answers on missing women of Chillicothe

CINCINNATI — A question has haunted the small city of Chillicothe, Ohio for more than two years: Who, or what, caused six women to vanish — and four of them to turn up dead?

An upcoming docuseries attempts to answer that question, which drew widespread attention in the summer of 2015 but then quietly faded into the background.

“Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio” premiers July 22 at 9 p.m. on Spike TV.

Watch the trailer below:

The story began in mid-may 2014, with the disappearance of Charlotte Trego, 27. She remains missing.

About six months later, Wanda Lemons vanished. She, too, hasn’t been found.

Four other women — Timberly Claytor, Shasta Himelrick, Tameka Lynch and Tiffany Sayre — have turned up dead.

Jason McCrary was convicted of murder in Claytor’s death. Himelrick’s death was ruled a suicide.

Some of the women were sex workers, most had problems with drug abuse and at

Read more at: http://www.wcpo.com/news/crime/missing-women-of-chillicothe-new-documentary-series-looks-at-cases-of-six-dead-missing-ohio-women

Chillicothe Missing Women Docuseries Set For July Premiere On …

Spike TV has partnered with Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning documentarian Joe Berlinger (Paradise Lost trilogy) on Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio, an eight-hour event series about the deaths and disappearances of six young women in southern Ohio. It’s set for premiere Saturday, July 22 at 9 PM on Spike.

Directed and executive produced by Berlinger, Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio tells a tragic story that has plagued the small town of Chillicothe, OH, over the past few years. Six women mysteriously disappeared. Four of the victims’ bodies have been discovered, while two women remain missing. The investigation, which is still active and happening in real time, has extended to additional cities in the region as the body count has expanded beyond the original six.

The

Read more at: http://deadline.com/2017/06/chillicothe-women-docuseries-july-premiere-spike-missing-murder-1202118313/

Spike Sets Docuseries On Missing Ohio Women For July Premiere

Spike TV has partnered with Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning documentarian Joe Berlinger (Paradise Lost trilogy) on Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio, an eight-hour event series about the deaths and disappearances of six young women in southern Ohio. It’s set for premiere Saturday, July 22 at 9 PM on Spike.

Directed and executive produced by Berlinger, Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio tells a tragic story that has plagued the small town of Chillicothe, OH, over the past few years. Six women mysteriously disappeared. Four of the victims’ bodies have been discovered, while two women remain missing. The investigation, which is still active and happening in real time, has extended to additional cities in the region as the body count has expanded beyond the original six.

The

Read more at: http://deadline.com/2017/06/chillicothe-women-docuseries-july-premiere-spike-missing-murder-1202118313/

Spike Sets Docuseries On Missing Ohio Women For July Premiere …

Spike TV has partnered with Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning documentarian Joe Berlinger (Paradise Lost trilogy) on Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio, an eight-hour event series about the deaths and disappearances of six young women in southern Ohio. It’s set for premiere Saturday, July 22 at 9 PM on Spike.

Directed and executive produced by Berlinger, Gone: The Forgotten Women of Ohio tells a tragic story that has plagued the small town of Chillicothe, OH, over the past few years. Six women mysteriously disappeared. Four of the victims’ bodies have been discovered, while two women remain missing. The investigation, which is still active and happening in real time, has extended to additional cities in the region as the body count has expanded beyond the original six.

The

Read more at: http://deadline.com/2017/06/chillicothe-women-docuseries-july-premiere-spike-missing-murder-1202118313/

2016 Ratings Wrap: Investigation Discovery Ends Year as #2 Network for Delivery of Women 25-54 in All of Ad …

INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY RINGS IN 2017 AS THE #2 NETWORK FOR DELIVERY OF W25-54 IN ALL OF AD-SUPPORTED CABLE

— ID Has Best Year Ever in Prime and Total Day Delivery, Closing out Year as Top 15 Ad-Supported Cable Network in Prime for Delivery of Total Viewers–

Showing its stronghold on the coveted demo of W25-54, Investigation Discovery (ID) closed out 2016 as the #2 ad-supported cable network for Total Day delivery of W25-54, inching up one spot from 2015 and beating out more fully distributed networks USA and Hallmark. Overall, 2016 was ID’s best year ever in Prime and Total Day delivery among all key demos including P2+, HH, P25-54 and W25-54 for L+3 viewing.

In total audience, ID ended 2016 as the #15 network in Prime for delivery of

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Top 10: Chillicothe’s ‘Vanishing Women’ go national

CHILLICOTHE – Local families of six women who disappeared or died since May 2014 hoped 2016 would be the year they received answers.

With a planned documentary series filming at the onset of the year and many of the families participating, many hopes this would be the year they — and the community — would get closer to finding Charlotte Trego and Wanda Lemons, while also getting more definitive answers on four others who died in the past few years.

But, despite a new run of national attention, the No. 5 story on the Gazette’s top ten stories of 2016 remains largely unsolved as

Read more at: http://www.chillicothegazette.com/story/news/2016/12/27/top-10-stories-the-vanishing-women-chillicothe-missing-women/95768456/

Women Who Kill

Investigation Discovery, the successful television network that is seen in more than 86 million American households, proudly presents their inaugural newsstand special issue, Investigation Discovery Special Issue – Women Who Kill. Featuring Investigation Discovery’s hard-hitting, in-depth reporting, this riveting, 100-page edition brings you the tales of women charged with doing the unthinkable: murdering their children, partners, parents or rivals. Featuring more than 50 cases, more than 100 photos, an exclusive interview with Casey Antony’s lawyer, psychological profiles and legal insight from our experts-it would be a crime to miss this issue!

Albany murderer focus of ‘Deadly Women’episode

Sara D. Moore, 35, was charged with murder in 2014 after Albany police said they found Richard Englander dying inside his home. (Albany Police Department)

The savagery of deadly caretaker Sara Moore will be known far beyond Albany.

The convicted murderer who in 2014 bludgeoned defenseless patient Richard Englander, 79, and slashed his throat inside his Albany townhouse will be the subject of the show “Deadly Women” on the Investigation Discovery Channel at 9 p.m. Friday.

Moore, 37, formerly of Wynantskill, will be one of three killers profiled in the episode, titled “The Vulnerable.” The show will include interviews with Albany County Assistant District Attorney Shannon Sarfoh, who prosecuted the case and heads the Special Victims Unit, as well as with Law Beat, which is quite familiar with the case.

Moore faced so much damning evidence that her plea bargain still carried 25 years to life, the prison sentence most

Read more at: http://www.timesunion.com/tuplus-local/article/Albany-murderer-focus-of-Deadly-Women-episode-6611338.php

Investigation Discovery becomes top cable channel for women with true crime all the time

It’s a grim lineup. Husbands killing wives, wives stabbing husbands, murderous lovers, along with stalkers, kidnappers and serial killers past and present.

Brenda Boyd of Austin, Texas, can’t get enough of it. She’s a self-proclaimed “ID addict,” referring to the hard-core fans of mystery and crime cable network Investigation Discovery.

“It’s impossible to shut off,” said the 38-year-old administrator for the Texas Department of Transportation who runs an “I Love ID TV” Facebook page. “In one way or another you can relate to it — you had that crazy boyfriend at one time, or you had somebody who was stalking you or that weird family member.” 

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Nicki Minaj and tennis champion Serena Williams have said they’re hooked on ID’s documentary-style re-creations of true crime

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