ID sets September premiere for “Young, Hot & Crooked”

Crimes committed by the young and wealthy are the focus of a forthcoming series entitled Young, Hot & Crooked (pictured) from U.S. net Investigation Discovery, set to premiere on September 5.
September 2, 2014

Crimes committed by the young and wealthy are the focus of a forthcoming series entitled Young, Hot & Crooked (pictured) from U.S. net Investigation Discovery (ID), set to premiere on September 5.

The previously announced series – produced by Jane Street Entertainment – features in-depth interviews with the family and friends of young perpetrators, as well as the authorities involved in their cases, in order to understand why particular crimes were committed.

Crimes profiled in the series include an 18-year-old who steals chef Guy Fieri’s Lamborghini to impress a girl, and a young stockbroker who sinks a 170-foot motor yacht.

The series will debut on ID on September 5 at 10 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. EST/PST. Linda Lea and Donna Macletchie are exec producing for Jane Street Entertainment, while Lorna Thomas is the executive producer for ID.


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