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Each episode follows the case of an innocent woman who has been abducted, harmed or even murdered by someone on what was an otherwise average day in her life.
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"Accused: Guilty or Innocent?" follows the dramatic inside stories - as they unfold - of 8 people facing trial for serious crimes they are alleged to have committed. Each claims to be not guilty or that their actions were justifiable, and put their fate into the hands of a jury. Season two of the acclaimed true crime series offers an extraordinary account of what happens when someone is formally charged with a crime and sent to trial - all solely from the perspective of the accused, their legal team and family members. Each episode follows the accused person's journey through the planning of their legal defense, the trial and, ultimately, awaiting the verdict. As evidence mounts and the trial approaches, these riveting and emotional stories provide an unprecedented look at what happens when your freedom is on the line. Season one of "Accused: Guilty or Innocent?" averaged 1.2M Total Viewers1 and reached a total of 16M Total Viewers2 over the course of its run. On Thursday, August 12 at 9pm ET/PT, A&E will air a special 2-hour episode of "Accused: Guilty or Innocent" which picks up on the powerful and poignant stories of the accused who were featured in season one. How did life change for the men and women who face the judgement of a jury? "Accused: Guilty or Innocent?" is produced by Brinkworth Productions. Malcolm Brinkworth and Xander Brinkworth are Executive Producers. Elaine Frontain Bryant, Shelly Tatro and Brad Holcman are Executive Producers for A&E. A+E Networks holds worldwide distribution rights for "Accused: Guilty or Innocent." Join the conversation by following @AETV and using the hashtag #AccusedAE
PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES uncovers the heart-wrenching true stories behind crimes that transcended headlines and became part of popular culture. Exclusive firsthand interviews reveal shocking twists, new evidence, and unexpected resolutions. Investigation Discovery's hit series PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES is set to return for a fifth season. In partnership with PEOPLE and Radley Studios, PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES brings viewers directly into the heart of America's most intriguing, baffling, and mysterious cases. Anchored by reporting from PEOPLE's award-winning true crime editorial team, each hour-long episode takes a deep dive into a case through exclusive interviews, archival footage, and emotional first-hand accounts by family members, law enforcement, and those closest to the crime. Featuring 12 all-new episodes, the new season of PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES premieres Monday, March 22 at 10/9c on Investigation Discovery. Episodes will also stream weekly on Mondays on discovery+. We are proud to continue our long-running collaboration with the exceptional PEOPLE team to bring back one of the network's most successful and beloved series, said Henry Schleiff, Group President, Investigation Discovery. These are stories you cannot find elsewhere, reported by some of the most diligent true crime reporters in the country and found only on ID and discovery+. PEOPLE's true crime coverage continues to be ever-evolving. Through our partnership with ID, PEOPLE is able to expand upon this coverage while paying tribute to the victims by giving those closest to them the opportunity to share their stories, added Dan Wakeford, Editor in Chief, PEOPLE. The premiere episode of PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES delves into the mysterious disappearance of college student Tammy Zywicki. In 1992, Tammy vanishes after her car breaks down on the highway. Family and friends scramble to find her, and have a semblance of hope when multiple witness accounts of Tammy on the side of the highway flood in. But those hopes are dashed when investigators discover the sinister truth. Police struggle with dead-end leads and suspects who don't pan out, but the case is revitalized when DNA technology and new evidence sheds light on what happened decades later. Other notable cases this season include: Jenner Beach Murders Begins Streaming on Monday, March 29, Premiere on ID at 10/9c In the summer of 2004, Lindsay and Jason are working as counselors at an outdoor Christian adventure camp in Northern California. They decide to head down the coast for a weekend getaway, but when they fail to return to camp Sunday evening, the camp staff become very concerned. A search ensues and police discover the couples' bodies at Fish Head Beach, in Jenner, California. As police begin investigating the double homicide, they discover the killer has left no clues and little evidence. Over the succeeding days, weeks and years, Sonoma County Detectives investigate a group of suspects as they relentlessly search for the killer. Flight Risk Begins Streaming on Monday, April 5, Premiere on ID at 10/9c Kelsey Berreth, a young mother and pilot, was last heard from on the morning of Thanksgiving 2018. Her fiancé is worried she may have harmed herself after a stressful year. But when police discover blood in an unusual place, they begin to unravel a bizarre story of love, jealousy, and a murder that goes far beyond what anyone in law enforcement could have imagined. The Delphi Killer Begins Streaming on Monday, April 12, Premiere on ID at 10/9c In February of 2017, on an unseasonably warm day in Delphi, Indiana, middle-school friends Libby German and Abby Williams decide to go on a hike in the local woods. When the girls fail to show at the predetermined pick-up point and darkness falls, a massive search ensues. The next day the girls are found tragically murdered. Police have few clues as to the identity of the killer until they discover a key piece of evidence: Libby may have recorded her killer on her cellphone. Hoping to get the public's help in identifying the suspect, police release the video. Police receive thousands of tips from the public and set out on a sweeping nationwide search to find Libby and Abby's killer. PEOPLE MAGAZINE INVESTIGATES is produced for Investigation Discovery by Radley Studios and Meredith Corporation with Emily Snyder, Brandon Hill, Christian Thompson, Kurt Spenser for Radley and Dan Wakeford, Cynthia Sanz and Alicia Dennis serving as executive producers for PEOPLE. For Investigation Discovery, Thomas Cutler is executive producer and vice president of production, Sara Kozak is senior vice president of production, Kevin Bennett is general manager, and Henry Schleiff is Group President. About Investigation Discovery Investigation Discovery (ID) is the leading crime and justice network on television, delivering the highest-quality programming to approximately 80 million U.S. households. For exclusive web content and bonus material, fans can follow ID on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook or check out the network's true crime blog, CrimeFeed. About discovery+ discovery+ is the definitive non-fiction, real life subscription streaming service. discovery+ has the largest-ever content offering of any new streaming service at launch, featuring a wide range of exclusive, original series across popular, passion verticals in which Discovery brands have a strong leadership position, including lifestyle and relationships; home and food; true crime; paranormal; adventure and natural history; as well as science, tech and the environment, and a slate of high-quality documentaries. For more, visit discoveryplus.com or find it on a variety of platforms and devices, including ones from Amazon, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Roku and Samsung. About PEOPLE Meredith Corporation's (NYSE: MDP) PEOPLE revolutionized personality journalism when it launched as a weekly in 1974 with a mission to celebrate extraordinary people doing ordinary things and ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Ubiquitous and still at the center of pop culture more than 47 years later, the PEOPLE brand is accessible across all media and platforms (print, digital, video, OTT, mobile, social) bringing more than 100 million consumers a unique mix of breaking entertainment news, exclusive photos, video, unparalleled access to the red carpet, celebrities, and in-depth reporting on the most compelling newsmakers of our time. An essential component of PEOPLE's editorial vision remains human interest stories, which touch and often mirror the lives of our passionate audience. ComScore ranks the PEOPLE/Entertainment Weekly Digital Network No. 1 in the entertainment news category. PeopleTV, the advertiser-supported OTT streaming service from PEOPLE and Entertainment Weekly that launched in 2016, features original series and specials focusing on celebrity, red carpet, pop culture, lifestyle and human-interest stories. PEOPLE (the TV Show!), a daily syndicated entertainment program, launched in Sept. 2020, and PEOPLE Every Day, a daily podcast produced in association with iHeartMedia, launched in Feb. 2021. PEOPLE is an award-winning 24/7 news organization headquartered in NYC with reporters worldwide. For more information visit PEOPLE.com and follow @people on Twitter and Instagram, @peoplemag on Facebook, and the PEOPLE channel on YouTube and on Snapchat's Discover. About Radley Studios Radley is a full-service television, digital, and marketing studio based out of Los Angeles, CA. Founded in 2010, we create elevated, story-driven documentary and unscripted television across all platforms. Our current slate includes series and specials with Investigation Discovery, Discovery, Netflix, National Geographic, and YouTube Originals.
In Buried in Barstow, Harmon stars as Hazel King, a single mother determined to shield her daughter, Joy (Lauren Richards, Venom, Doom Patrol), from the life she once had while protecting and defending those who can't protect themselves. Plucked off the streets of Las Vegas at 15, Hazel was trained as a hit woman until a surprising pregnancy drives her to leave it all behind. Now over a decade later, Hazel is the owner of a BBQ diner in Barstow, CA, whose past eventually catches up with her as a stranger Elliot (Kristoffer Polaha, Jurassic World: Domination) arrives and Hazel discovers mixing business with pleasure as she's pulled back in for one more hit.
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