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Investigation Discovery announces slate for first quarter

Investigation Discovery has announced its slate for the 2010 first quarter, which includes six new series and the biggest programming investment for the channel since its launch nearly two years ago. Included in the slate are series such as Prison Wives which looks into the relationships and challenges of 12 women and one man whose partners are currently behind bars. The series will launch with a special Valentine's Day event. Also on the slate will be Disappeared (debut January 11) which tracks the investigations in missing persons cases; I (Almost) Got Away With It (debut January 12) which profiles people who have evaded the law for years, but who were eventually caught; Mystery Files (debut March 6) an HD series featuring dramatic reconstructions of iconic unanswered questions; America's Small Town Secrets (debut February 5) which exposes crimes that happen in the tucked away corners of America; and Living With the Dead (debut February 5) where a team of psychics investigate Britain's most haunted homes.
December 17, 2009

Investigation Discovery has announced its slate for the 2010 first quarter, which includes six new series and the biggest programming investment for the channel since its launch nearly two years ago. Included in the slate are series such as Prison Wives which looks into the relationships and challenges of 12 women and one man whose partners are currently behind bars. The series will launch with a special Valentine’s Day event. Also on the slate will be Disappeared (debut January 11) which tracks the investigations in missing persons cases; I (Almost) Got Away With It (debut January 12) which profiles people who have evaded the law for years, but who were eventually caught; Mystery Files (debut March 6) an HD series featuring dramatic reconstructions of iconic unanswered questions; America’s Small Town Secrets (debut February 5) which exposes crimes that happen in the tucked away corners of America; and Living With the Dead (debut February 5) where a team of psychics investigate Britain’s most haunted homes.

About The Author
Selina Chignall joins the realscreen team as a staff writer. Prior to working with rs, she covered lobbying activity at Hill Times Publishing. She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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