ID to air ‘ A Crime to Remember’

CRIME TO REMEMBER, AID-Investigation Discovery will reopen some of the most memorable cases for its viewers in its new series A Crime to Remember.

Viewers can look forward to some of the most captivating crimes of yesteryear come to life in this thrilling new series. With riveting storytelling and artfully-crafted recreations, each episode plays out like a period thriller and transports viewers back into those enthralling days of old.

A Crime to Remember will premiere on 2nd February and will air Monday to Saturday at 9PM only on ID.

In A Crime to Remember, ID will present a new high-end cinematic style, using the visual grammar of movies to bring the bygone era to life. To properly illustrate each time period, the series stays true to the fashion and styles while highlighting the cultural taboos and social norms in each case. Each story is driven by the narrative of a fictional bystander who “knew” the victim, while reporters who covered the case explain how the crime and investigation impacted society.

Rahul Johri, Executive Vice President and General Manager – South Asia & Southeast Asia, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific, said “In a short period since its launch, ID has captured the viewers’ attention with its unique and differentiated programmes depicting true stories of crime and investigation. A Crime to Remember introduces a new storytelling format and takes viewers back in time, to unravel secrets of sensational cases.”

In a short period since its launch, ID has captured the viewers’ attention with its unique and differentiated programmes depicting true stories of crime and investigation. A Crime to Remember introduces a new storytelling format and takes viewers back in time, to unravel secrets of sensational murder cases.

While murder may have been the same back then, the world was different. Scientific technology was limited, relationships were complicated, but pretended not to be and murder was often seen as a better way out of a marriage than divorce. A Crime to Remember will weave together these cultural effects seamlessly into each story, unpacking the challenges of conducting a murder investigation in a pre-forensics, intolerant era.

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