Get Ready For More Episodes Of 'Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall'

Follow Hall as she relentlessly searches for the truth in criminal cases.

September 04, 2019

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By: Catherine Townsend

Investigative journalist Tamron Hall knows first-hand the effects of violent crime: Her older sister was a murder victim in a case that is still officially unsolved.

In her Investigation Discovery show, "Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall," viewers follow Hall as she relentlessly searches for the truth in criminal cases where crucial evidence, testimonies, and motives have eluded justice.

Hall conducts emotional, in-depth interviews with key players in the case, including law enforcement, family members, and witnesses. She also visits the scenes of the crimes.

In each one-hour episode, a team of correspondents with extensive knowledge of law enforcement joins Hall in the search for answers. In the pursuit of ensuring justice, their ultimate goal is to find out what really happened.

In the premiere episode, "Vanishing on I-95," a woman named Lorraine Hendricks leaves Jacksonville, Florida, and drives down I-95 to Vero Beach to visit her best friend.

But she never arrives. Her abandoned car is found two days later, on the side of the interstate. Hall heads to the Sunshine State to search for answers.

The second episode in the series, "Dancing With The Devil," involves a missing cheerleader, a suspicious car fire, and a police department forced to juggle numerous suspects and motives in the pursuit of answers.

In a shocking twist, cryptic surveillance video brings the investigation to a surprising conclusion.

Watch the premiere of “Deadline: Crime With Tamron Hall” Sunday, September 8 at 10/9c on Investigation Discovery!

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