All The New True Crime Titles Coming to Discovery+ In March
New true crime titles premiering on discovery+ in March include a new look at the Madeleine McCann case and 'The Deadly Type with Candice DeLong.'
Prime Suspect: The Madeleine McCann Case - Monday, March 1
In May 2007, three-year-old Madeleine McCann vanished from a holiday resort in Portugal. Now, German police believe they know who is responsible for the crime. Interviews with investigative journalists explore this new suspect.
The Deadly Type with Candice DeLong - Thursday, March 4
Using powerful case studies drawn from her popular TV shows Deadly Women and Facing Evil, former FBI profiler Candice DeLong works to find common behavioral links between some of the world’s worst perpetrators. What is it that make these criminals tick? Candice uncovers the red flags that might just save a life.
In Pursuit: The Missing - Sunday, March 7
With the acute understanding of someone whose family has been through the unimaginable experience of losing a child, Callahan brings his passion, empathy, and determination to actively investigate two mysterious disappearances plaguing families desperate for answers. The special also showcases additional missing persons cases from around the country, each with a ticking clock, mysterious unanswered questions, and an urgent need to activate the public to come forward with tips or information that might help bring these missing persons home to their loved ones.
Web of Lies - Monday, March 8
We're increasingly living our lives online, unaware of the risks that can lie ahead. Looking for friendships, love, sex or business opportunities has led many into a twilight world of seduction, danger, and false identity. What unites these shocking tales of true crime is their unpredictability. You never know where the web of lies will lead.
Unraveled: The Long Island Serial Killer - Tuesday, March 9
It’s been over a decade since 11 bodies were found on the coast of Long Island. Among a backdrop of police corruption, sexual misconduct and cover-ups at the highest levels of the Suffolk County Police Department, co-hosts Alexis Linkletter (The First Degree) and Billy Jensen (The Murder Squad) look at why the case remains unsolved, investigating the investigation itself to expose the untold story of the Long Island Serial Killer. Companion podcast releases every Wednesday.
The Beatrice Six: Keith Morrison Investigates - Tuesday, March 16
Dateline correspondent Keith Morrison looks at how the1985 murder of Helen Wilson rocked the small town of Beatrice, Nebraska. Four years after the murder, six people were convicted of the crime, but one of the six, Joseph White, fought for two decades to overturn his conviction and prove his innocence. When DNA evidence from the crime scene was finally tested, and a new investigation into the murder was opened, the results turned the case and the town upside down.
True Conviction - Wednesday, March 17
With more than two decades of experience in the judicial system, no one knows the delicate dance between arrest and conviction better than former Brooklyn homicide prosecutor Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi. In True Conviction, she travels across the country to reveal how the nation’s top prosecutors tackled their toughest cases Reviewing the crime with the detectives who were on the scene and connecting with those who were left behind, Nicolazzi reveals how homicides are solved on the street but won in the courtroom.
Lady Gucci: The Story Of Patrizia Reggiani - Saturday, March 20
The story of Patrizia Reggiani. From her relationship with Maurizio Gucci to the nightmare that followed, explore the shocking details of this extraordinary real-life case.
Who Killed My Son? - Tuesday, March 23
In 1994, Pravin Varughese was a college student at Southern Illinois University when he went missing. As his family searched for answers, they faced prejudice, deception, and frustration with the legal system, constantly being told that their son’s murder was his own fault. In this two-hour documentary, television journalist Soledad O’Brien shares the story of a family who turned their mission into finding the truth.
Signs of a Psychopath - Sunday, March 28
Charm. Narcissism. Lack of empathy. Impulsiveness. Manipulation. Deception. These traits and others are the telltale Signs of a Psychopath. This harrowing half-hour archive series revisits some of the most dangerous killers in modern history, reviewing news footage—and the words of the killers themselves—to see which terrifying traits each killer exhibited.
American Cartel - Tuesday, March 30
This documentary explores the explosive and devastating aftermath of the 2003 murder of Burbank police officer Matthew Pavelka after a routine traffic stop. His murder puts into motion an international manhunt, millions of dollars seized, multiple homicides, exposure of government corruption, a multi-state wiretap investigation, and the discovery of the Mexican Cartel's infiltration of a Unites States street gang.