What's Coming to discovery+ in February?
This February streaming exlusively on discovery+, Unseamly: The Investigation of Peter Nygard, If I Can't Have You: The Jodi Arias Story, The Chameleon Killer and more!
Unseamly: The Investigation of Peter Nygard (Friday, February 5)
Canadian “King of Polyester” Peter Nygård built an international fashion empire and led an extravagant lifestyle constantly surrounded by beautiful, young women. But hiding beneath the outlandish public persona, scores of women say, was a dangerous sexual predator. More than 80 women have joined a class action lawsuit accusing Nygård and his companies of rape, sexual assault, and sex trafficking. Their accusations led to an investigation by the FBI and Nygård’s December arrest in Canada for extradition to the United States. Now, Nygård and his alleged crimes are exposed in a documentary nearly two years in the making.
If I Can’t Have You: The Jodi Arias Story (Friday, February 12)
Jodi Arias is one of America's most confounding killers. This two-hour documentary reveals the truth about Jodi's past and her relationship with Travis Alexander, and looks into the shocking details of what really happened in the weeks leading up to his death. Featuring incredible access to Jodi's diaries, unseen police interviews from the investigation and footage from the scene of the crime, this special reveals the never-before-told story about who Travis and Jodi really were.
Talking Evil (Sunday, February 14)
Hosted by Alexis Linkletter (Podcasts: The First Degree; Unraveled: Long Island Serial Killer), Talking Evil is the first-ever Evil Lives Here after show. Through interviews with family members and experts in the case, Linkletter dives deeper into the story that unfolded on the most recent episode of Evil Lives Here to gain a deeper understanding of the impact of murder and collateral damage of the crime.
Where Murder Lies (Tuesday, February 16)
Everyone is hiding something. It may be a harmless secret, or it might be something far more serious: a terrible betrayal of trust or a shocking indiscretion. Some of these come out over time, while others stay hidden forever. But sometimes, an event is so horrific, so cataclysmic, that everyone's truths are laid bare. Where Murder Lies gradually exposes murder investigations one truth after another, revealing the sinister underbelly beneath seemingly placid commun
The Chameleon Killer (Friday, February 19)
Decades after first uncovering the bodies of a woman and young girl discarded in a barrel in 1985, detectives take viewers through a convoluted case that led to the capture of an evasive serial killer who crisscrossed the country and used multiple fake identities to evade justice. With intersecting investigations across state lines, this intense special reveals how ancestral DNA exposes the Chameleon Killer’s true identity, and features never-before-seen interviews with his children and ex-wife who are forced to face the grim reality of who Terry Rasmussen really was.
The List of Ten (Tuesday, February 23)
In 2010, a probation officer conducts a routine check on 76-year-old Joseph Naso, in Reno, Nevada. During a search of Naso’s home for probation violations, the officer finds a shocking cache of materials: thousands of pictures of women in hosiery, mannequins dressed in lingerie, and a journal recounting dozens of sexual assaults. But the most important piece of evidence found is Naso’s “List of Ten,” a handwritten list with ten cryptic entries of vague locations, but no names or dates. Investigators fear that they have stumbled upon a hidden serial killer and his list of victims completely by chance. Working against time, investigators have one year to decode the list before Naso goes free.