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Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall

Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall

Photo Credit:  Matt Hoyle / Investigation Discovery
  • Premiered: 
    September 1, 2013
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  • Network: ID
  • Category: Series
  • Genre: Docudrama
  • Type: Live Action
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  • Subject Matter: Crime
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Plot Synopsis

Host Tamron Hall and a team of correspondents talk to detectives, prosecutors and psychological profilers -- as well as criminals and their victims -- to explore what happened, why it happened, and whether justice was served. Each 60-minute episode covers two cases, including these stories in Season 1: Ruth Pyne, a mentally-ill mother of two and wife, who was brutally murdered in her own garage; Robert Chambers, who became infamous as the Preppie Killer; Jessie Valenica, an openly gay Missouri college student, who was found with his throat slashed; The Jackson Brothers, four adopted boys in New Jersey, who were found on the verge of starvation inside their home; Ellen Robb, an Ivy League professor's wife, who was an unlikely murder victim; Ray Krone, a Phoenix postman and Air Force veteran, who was wrongly accused of murder and spent years in prison trying to clear his name; Sarah Jo Ponder, who ends up on a Most Wanted poster after she's convicted; Shasta Groene, an eight-year-old girl, who was kidnapped and set free by a waitress and a customer at an Idaho restaurant; Kathy Loreck, a successful career woman, who is brutally raped and murdered in a public park; and Jaycee Dugard, an 11-year-old girl, who was kidnapped walking home from school and was missing for more than 18 years.

DEADLINE: CRIME WITH TAMRON HALL return for its second season on Sunday, June 1, 2014 at 10pm ET/PT on Investigation Discovery. In the Season 2 premiere, "Justice for Jane Doe," detectives spent years trying to identify the remains of a young woman found floating in the Gulf of Mexico, but when a family stumbled across her description, it shed light on a 30-year-old murder mystery.

Investigation Discovery premiered Season 3 of DEADLINE: CRIME WITH TAMRON HALL on Sunday, June 14, 2015 at 10pm ET/PT. In the season opener, "Murder in the Mellen Patch," a body is found engulfed in flames in a Los Angeles alley. He's thought to be the victim of brutal gang violence, but a tip soon leads police to the victim's ex. When new evidence is unearthed years later, it's clear the police were dead wrong.

The fourth season premiered on Sunday, June 12, 2016 at 10pm ET/PT on Investigation Discovery. In the season opener, "Alibis or Accomplices" Tom Monfils mysteriously disappears on the job at a Green Bay paper mill after he clashes with co-workers. Soon enough it looks like murder, but no one is talking to detectives. Is it a conspiracy of silence, or a tragic miscarriage of justice?

Season 5 of DEADLINE: CRIME WITH TAMRON HALL premiered on Sunday, September 3, 2017 at 10pm ET/PT. In the season opener, "Gulf Coat Vanishings," on Florida's Gulf Coast, Terrance Williams, a young well-liked father vanishes in plain sight. Rumors of the missing man's whereabouts fly, but as Terrance's mother retraces her son's last known steps she uncovers something ominous: the last person believed to have encountered Terrance has a curious connection to another man who went missing from the same town a mere three months earlier. A powerful Hollywood celebrity looks into both cases and sees a troubling link.
The sixth season of DEADLINE: CRIME WITH TAMRON HALL premiered on Sunday, September 8, 2019 ta 10pm ET/PT on Investigation Discovery. In the season opener, "Vanishing on I-95," Lorraine Hendricks sets off to visit her best friend, and drives down I-95 from Jacksonville, Florida to Vero Beach. She never arrives. Two days later, police find her abandoned car on the side of the interstate; it seems Lorraine just walked away from it. Then her body is found one mile away, hidden in the woods. It's a tragedy covered by all the newspapers, and when one woman reads about it, she suddenly has a hunch that her husband, Tim Harris, has something to do with it. But she faces violence herself before the truth is captured on tape.

Subsequent episodes include:

"Dancing with the Devil" (Premieres Sunday, September 15 at 10pm): A missing cheerleader. A seemingly unrelated roadside fire. As two cases converge, police juggle numerous suspects and motives, until a cryptic surveillance video brings the investigation to a shocking conclusion of betrayal, devotion, and murder.

"New Mexico Desert Killings" (Premieres Sunday, September 22 at 10pm): When a young woman vanishes from a New Mexico convenience store, two detectives discover tracks in the dirt that may lead them to answers. But after a second woman disappears, it's a race against time to stop a potential serial killer.

"The Jersey Devil" (Premieres Sunday, September 29 at 10pm): 16-year-old Brittney Gregory is a star student in Brick Township, New Jersey. When she vanishes one night in 2004, local police begin a search that leads them into a world of dark secrets and dangerous players as they work to solve her disappearance.

"Shot in the Dark" (Premieres Sunday, October 6 at 10pm): 28-year-old army veteran and beloved father of three, Joey Fulgham, is shot dead in his bed in May 2003. With so many suspects including Joey's wife, her jealous boyfriend, and even her protective teenage brother, police have a lot of ground to cover to find out who killed Fulgham.

"The Sheriff's Son" (Premieres Sunday, October 13 at 10pm): When an Arkansas outdoorsman disappears, authorities wade through a series of accusations and rumors in their hunt for the missing man. As they zero in on a suspect and the body count rises, detectives rush to capture the killer before it's too late.

"Driven to Murder" (Premieres Sunday, October 20 at 10pm): In October 2016, after helping a friend fix his computer, 18-year-old tech prodigy, Sam Poss, takes off on foot and never returns home. Did the beloved teen run away? Was there an accident? Police work around the clock to find the truth.

"Innocence Lost" (Premieres Sunday, October 27 at 10pm): In July 2006, 22-year-old Tori Vienneau and her 10-month-old son, Dean, are both found strangled in their home. As San Diego police delve into Tori's life, they uncover a complicated romance, a startling revelation, and evidence to make an arrest.


Production & Distribution

  • Produced by Peacock Productions