Investigation Discovery Channel’s New Series for Summer

ID logoList of new and returning shows for this summer on ID

By Gabrielle Pantera

Hollywood, CA (Gosh!TV) 2013/6/18 – Investigation Discovery (ID)  is the leading mystery-and-suspense network on television. The new and returning show have in depth investigations and heart-breaking mysteries. , ID challenges our everyday understanding of culture, society and the human condition.the list of new and returning shows for this summer on ID. Some have already started.

New Shows:

Deadly Devotion premieres Tuesday, June 4 at 9 PM E/P

Hidden in the suburbs of America, there are unique subcultures and secret societies. These societies have their own rules, rituals, and traditions. The show reveals renegade Amish sects, New Age cults to centuries-old Gypsy clans. Each episode takes viewers into the dark underbelly of a everyday people who are searching for a sense of belonging in these strange worlds, and end up paying a fatal price.

Swamp Murders

Swamp Murders

Swamp Murders premieres Tuesday, June 4 at 10 PM E/P

In Investigation Discovery’s newest series, swamps are the hiding place for bodies. The  moss-covered trees, dead-end trails, creaky docks and mangrove forests are the ominous backdrops for the murkiest of mysteries.

Most Likely To… premieres Wednesday, June 5 at 9 PM E/P

Where you most likely to in high school? What really happened after high school? Did the most likely to live up to their potential or did they crash and burn? Most Likely To… tells the dramatic and emotional stories of celebrated students whose lives don’t turn out the way anyone expected.

Southern Fried Homicide premieres Wednesday, June 5 at 10 PM E/P

Evil lurks in the south. Underneath southern hospitality, etiquette, and Christian values, there is danger that leads to cold-blooded murder. Actress Shanna Forrestall, a native of Louisiana, serves as the gatekeeper to these salacious stories from south of the Mason-Dixon Line.

Pretty Dangerous premiere Saturday, June 15 at 8 PM E/P

Pretty Dangerous is the true stories of women who, under the guise of love and seduction, conned their partners out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Ever episode exposes the femme fatales, and their unsuspecting victims. Featuring interviews with  infamous bad girls currently incarcerated on charges ranging from insurance fraud, to  murder.

Poisoned Passions

Poisoned Passions

Poisoned Passions premieres Saturday, June 15 at 10 PM E/P

Is about women who fall for the wrong guy and how love can turn to hate real fast.  Told in part from the woman’s point of view. The stores are about women who fall in love with the wrong guy and learn the hard way that, in their cases, love does not conquer all.

Returning Series

Happily Never After premieres Saturday, June 15 at 9 PM E/P

On your wedding day you dream about the futures you’ll have with your spouse. But, unfortunately for some brides and grooms, the reality of til death do you part come sooner than expected. Part wedding show and part police drama, each episode unveils the murder of a newlywed amidst flashbacks to the couple’s happy romance and the moment marital bliss turned to tragedy.  Narrated by Emmy Award-winner Marlo Thomas, Happily Never After tells the true stories of people who meet untimely ends on or around their wedding days. Leading viewers through these tales is Dr. Wendy Walsh, a clinical psychologist and relationship expert.

On the Case with Paula Zahn

On the Case with Paula Zahn

On The Case With Paula Zahn premieres Sunday, June 23 at 10 PM E/P  Discovery ID

Profiling fascinating true stories and featuring gripping interviews conducted by Emmy Award-winning journalist Paula Zahn. Zahn’s passion and journalistic expertise helps unravels shocking investigations that have dominated headlines, and intriguing original stories uncovered exclusively for ID’s audience. On The Case is an example of ID’s core brand mission to investigate life’s mysteries through riveting storytelling.

I (Almost) Got Away With It Premieres Monday, June 24 at 9 PM E/P

The people profiled in I (Almost) Got Away With It have evaded justice for years, sometimes decades, by using their families, fake identification and even violence to avoid capture. Viewers learn how law enforcement uses all means necessary to capture these fugitives. Additionally, each episode features an interview from prison with these slick culprits, who spill where they found shelter, how they changed their identities and how they almost got away with it.

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