Six Degrees of Murder
Six Degrees of Murder is American Crime TV series. Produced by Lion Television. Stars: Harry Pritchett, Douglas A. Robbs, Andrew J. Rodney. Also known as Conexión asesinato in Spain. It first aired on Jul 13, 2016, on Investigation Discovery. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.4 *.
How Many Seasons Does Six Degrees of Murder Have: 2 (16 episodes)
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Season premieres on June 6, 2017
Finale: August 15, 2017
Investigation Discovery, 10 episodes
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Season premieres on July 13, 2016
Finale: August 17, 2016
Investigation Discovery, 6 episodes
Six Degrees of Murder is on Investigation Discovery (United States) Tuesdays at 6 pm
Season 2 Episode 10 (Mississippi Mayhem) - Air Date: Aug 15, 2017 (about a year ago)
5 Things You Didn't Know About Six Degrees of Murder - TVOvermind - via Tvovermind
The television show is not about happy endings or dramatic investigations per se. It is based on facts and it shows viewers in great detail, how investigators go about handling each particular case. There are proven methods that have been shown to be effective throughout the years. These are used to get to the bottom of the case and viewers learn the types of things that detectives are looking for. This includes what they look for, how evidence is handled for preservation, new methods of testing for dna and other powerful tools for solving crimes.
Six Degrees of Murder spotlights execution-style killing of Elizabeth Palmer and Matt Scott for Lexus - Monsters and Critics.com - by Monstersandcritics
A few days later Hilbert Pineil Thomas, a Garden Grove man in his late 30s, handed in a gun to police in an unrelated matter. They managed to connect him to the car and he was arrested later in the month.
Diane Holik murder by NecroBabes.com fan Patrick Anthony Russo on Six Degrees of Murder - Monsters and Critics.com - according to Monstersandcritics
Police looked at a few suspects including an obsessive friend and even her fiancé. But it turned out the man who did the killing was someone who came to view her home. Another woman remember a man asking about her own home and described him as clean cut, but she was a little worried that he wanted to view without a realtor. She decided to jot down his license plate and was able to identify him from a police sketch.