72 Hours: True Crime

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72 Hours: True Crime
Format Crime, Mystery, Documentary
Country of origin Canada
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 46
Production
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CBC Television
Original run January 15, 2004 – March 12, 2007

72 Hours: True Crime was a television program that was broadcast by CBC Television and produced by Kensington Communications Creative Anarchy and Meech Grant Productions. It focused on crime, specifically on the first 72 hours after a crime is committed, a critical time period for solving it. Rather than focus on fictional crimes, as do Law & Order and other TV shows elsewhere, True Crime depicted actual crimes that occurred throughout Canada, using dramatic reenactments and documentary-style footage of crime scenes. The show was broadcast in high definition television. In 2007, CBC announced that 72 Hours was cancelled when it announced its new fall season [1].

Episode List[edit]

 

Season 1[edit]

  1. Burning Obsession
  2. Who Killed Santa?
  3. Angel of Death
  4. The Ghost
  5. Loch Ness
  6. Mad Bomber
  7. Double Cross
  8. Hijacked
  9. Six Feet Under
  10. Nightmare
  11. The Saint
  12. Danger in the Woods
  13. Hate Crime
  14. Hostage
  15. Secret Life
  16. Flying Bandit
  17. Cold Hit
  18. Kidnapped
  19. Lone Wolf
  20. The Game
 

Season 2[edit]

  1. Nightmare
  2. Monster of Miramichi
  3. Lone Wolf
  4. The Violinist
  5. Betrayed
  6. The Great Despisers
  7. Faith Healer
  8. Hustler
  9. Murder on Campus
  10. Head in a Bucket
 

Season 3[edit]

  1. Bitter Truth
  2. Vanished
  3. Jeweler's Wife
  4. Fat Bastard
  5. Frenzy
  6. Pointing to Murder
  7. Good Doctor
  8. Sweet Killer
  9. The Stranger
  10. Hunted
  11. Predator
  12. Evil Eyes
  13. Lust
  14. Model Killer
  15. Dead End
  16. Bull's Eye

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