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Oxygen slates series from Blumhouse, Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, Ice-T

NBCUniversal true crime net Oxygen will premiere four series and a two-hour special in January from producers including Blumhouse Television, Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, Ice-T and Glass Entertainment Group ...
December 7, 2020

NBCUniversal true crime net Oxygen will premiere four series and a two-hour special in January from producers including Blumhouse Television, Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, Ice-T and Glass Entertainment Group as part of its “Nine Nights of Twisted Killers” event.

From Blumhouse Television and Man vs Robot, Florida Man Murders unravels the “bizarre and outlandish” crimes committed by individuals in Florida, often referenced as “Florida man” in headlines, with the aid of Florida investigators and prosecutors.

The series premieres Jan. 9 with Jason Blum, Jeremy Gold and Mary Lisio serving as executive producers for Blumhouse Television. Danny Villa and Sergio Villa executive producer for Man vs Robot.

Rob Dorfmann also serves as executive producer/showrunner and Cindy Dorfmann is co-executive producer.

Next up, Oxygen will debut Framed By The Killer from executive producer Ice-T on Jan. 15. The limited series delves into murder mysteries that led police to one suspect, only to discover later that suspect was framed by the actual killer.

Framed By The Killer is produced by The Content Group with Steven Michaels, Jodi FlynnJames Macnab, Arvin Bautista and Brian Knappmiller serving as executive producers. Ice-T and Jorge Hinojosa executive produce for Final Level Entertainment.

On Jan.16, Oxygen will premiere the series One Deadly Mistake and the two-hour special Monster Preacher.

Each episode of One Deadly Mistake — produced by Weinberger Media with Scott Weinberger and Larry Israel serving as executive producers — follows a homicide investigation where police work against the clock to solve a complex case, until they discover a piece of evidence left behind that exposes the identity of the killer.

The Glass Entertainment Group-produced special Monster Preacher, meanwhile, takes a deep dive into the life of Gary Heidnik, a pastor in Philadelphia who lured and confined six women as captives in his basement in November 1986.

Monster Preacher includes access to two of the four surviving victims, Josefina Rivera and Jackie Askin, along with interviews with those closest to the case.

Nancy Glass, Jon Hirsch, Eric Neuhaus and Myles Reiff serve as executive producers.

Finally, Exhumed from executive producers Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos will premiere Jan. 17.

The series examines murder cases in which unearthing a victim’s body was key to solving a crime, with each episode featuring a different exhumation.

Along with Consuelos and Ripa, Albert Bianchini executive produces for Milojo Productions.

Wendy Greene also executive produces with Christopher Sgueglia as co-executive producer.

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