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Crime+Investigation Highlights April 2020

Press release   •   Mar 03, 2020 08:49 CET

Alaska PD


Thursdays at 21:00 from 23 April

Alaska PD brings viewers to America’s Last Frontier, where the line between civilisation and lawlessness can be razor thin. Chronically shorthanded police departments across the state must turn to officers from the Lower 48 to fight a soaring crime rate. For the ‘newbies’ it’s a trial by fire as they learn first-hand that policing, like everything else, is different in Alaska. In a state where guns are carried as part of everyday life, officers often have to protect an entire town by themselves while enforcing laws many are unwilling to follow. They face numerous dangers found only in Alaska, not just from people who want to be free from the rules of society, but also from encounters with predatory animals roaming through town and subzero conditions that can be deadly and unrelenting.

The series will follow Alaska’s law enforcement in Fairbanks, Kodiak, Kotzebue and Petersburg. (7x60’)


New episodes on Fridays at 21:00

For the first time in 60 Days In history, more participants struggle to survive the intense programme and are forced to quit early as the newly elected Sheriff takes over one of the worst facilities the series has ever seen. After two decades, the Etowah County Detention Center in Alabama is under new management and the newly elected Sheriff is determined to make a change. In his first week he decided to shake down the facility, and in one day alone found more than 200 broken door locks and removed more than two tons of contraband. With no time to lose, Sheriff Horton, along with Chief Peek and select members of their team, have agreed to embed innocent participants to uncover the issues that plague the facility. This season, the participants will face the biggest challenge of their lives in an effort to rid the jail

of contraband and corruption before it is too late.


New episodes on Thursdays at 22:00

Lt Joe Kenda spent 23 years in the Colorado Springs Police Department, where he amassed a lifetime of memories catching killers and helping solve close to 400 homicide investigations. The vivid memories are brought back to life in this series, as Kenda reopens his ‘Murder Books’ for viewers – folders in which every detail of his murder cases are held – to revisit the most disturbing cases still haunting him today. As he details the process of how he solved the crimes, Kenda also embarks on a personal journey, coming to terms with long-suppressed nightmares. (10x60’)


New episodes on Fridays at 22:00 and 22:30

Live PD: Police Patrol is a non-fiction series that brings viewers an unfiltered look at law enforcement officers in action across the United States. Each episode highlights the daily life-and-death situations faced by Sheriff’s Departments, Highway Patrols and local Police Departments in a diverse range of jurisdictions

from Connecticut to Arizona. From drugs busts to prostitution, high speed pursuits to domestic disputes, car theft to gang violence, or just minor traffic violations, Live PD: Police Patrol offers a transparent look at the daily encounters between police and civilians. (14x30’)

A+E Networks® UK, a joint venture between Hearst and Sky, is a leading media network reaching 60 million homes across 100 countries. With our portfolio of popular, high-performing and creative brands - HISTORY®, Crime+Investigation®, Lifetime®, HISTORY2® and UK free to air BLAZE® - we have entertained and inspired audiences for over 20 years; telling the stories that need to be told.

Our award-winning factual and entertainment content includes global hit franchises like Forged in Fire and Born this Way, must see dramas Knightfall and Vikings as well as original local commissions including: Al Murray’s Why Does Everyone Hate the English and Murdertown with Katherine Kelly (UK), Married at First Sight (Africa) and The Hunt for Baltic Gold (Poland). We complement our programming with innovative talent-led exclusive digital content and top rated podcasts.

We currently partner with over 360 operators broadcasting throughout the Nordics, Benelux, Central Europe, the Middle East and Africa. We have offices in London, Warsaw, and Johannesburg.

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