Investigation Discovery is churning out a new set of crime series for summer. In this approved list straight from Investigation Discovery’s press release for the 2017 slate, ID addicts can look forward to the following five thrilling new TV shows.
Murder By Numbers will premiere on Wednesday, July 12. It is a revealing new series that traces detectives’ steps in solving a crime, involving multiple victims. It airs at 10/9 p.m. Central.
GONE premieres on Monday, July 24. Cases appearing on this dramatic television crime series will profile true stories of people with secrets who vanish without explanation. It airs at 9/8 p.m. Central.
Kiss of Death is another exciting new crime documentary series, which airs on Thursday, August 24. Viewers take an inside look at how a loving relationship can go terribly wrong. This one airs at 9/8 p.m. Central.
GUILTY RICH premieres on Thursday, August 31. It’s a spectacular new series that pulls back the curtain, revealing the crimes of America’s richest families. It airs at 10/9 p.m. Central.
GRAVE MYSTERIES will premiere on Tuesday, September 5. Detectives take a step into the unknown as they investigate heinous true crimes and the mystery behind the killer and the victim. Grave Mysteries airs at 10/9 p.m. Central.
While Investigation Discovery fans enjoy these upcoming new crime documentaries, they can also look forward to some old favorites returning for an all-new season, such as AMERICAN MONSTER and BAD BLOOD.
— Adrian Bond (@AdrianMBond) July 3, 2017
About Investigation Discovery via Discovery Press
“Investigation Discovery (ID) is the leading mystery-and-suspense network on television. From harrowing crimes and salacious scandals to the in-depth investigations and heart-breaking mysteries behind these “real people, real stories,” the always revealing network challenges our everyday understanding of culture, society, and the human condition. One of our nation’s fastest growing cable networks, ID delivers the highest-quality programming to approximately 85 million U.S. households and is available in both high definition (HD) and standard definition (SD).”
— Brian Bradbury (@brianjbradbury) June 20, 2017
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