Murder (TV series)

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Murder
Murder title.jpg
Logo for the first Murder season
Starring Tommy Le Noir
Country of origin  United States
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 10
Production
Running time 42 minutes
Production company(s) Bunim/Murray Productions
Broadcast
Original channel SpikeTV
Original run July 31, 2007 – October 9, 2007
External links
Website

Murder is a ten episode reality television series which premiered on Spike TV on July 31, 2007. Two teams of civilians investigate a real crime scene and have 48 hours before they must present their findings to detective Tommy Le Noir, after which Le Noir describes what happened at the actual crime scene, how the real investigators came up with their findings. He evaluates the teams and tells them how well they conducted their investigation. The prize is a donation made to a victim's charity.[1] Because of explicit photos of corpses and gruesome materials, the series is not suitable for children under 16.

After the second airing, the show moved from 10:00 PM to midnight.

Episode Listing and Real Case information[edit]

1. Hometown Homicide - Story of Sarah Marie Johnson

2. Shot and Stashed -

3. The Bludgeoning - Story of David Harmon, Olathe, KS

4. Dead Stranger in the Living Room - Story of Mark Winger, Springfield, IL

5. Blood Soaked - Story of Stephanie and Michael Crowe

6. Family Massacre - Story of David Camm, Georgetown, Indiana

7. Half-Naked and Dead - Story of Vicki Gillette

8. Murder at the Inn - Story of Guy Sileo

9. Gutted -

10. All-Star Final - Story of Missy Elaine Grubaugh

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Spike TV's 'CSI'-like 'Murder' reality series to premiere July 31