Celebrate The Start Of 2018 With Investigation Discovery’s Premiere New Year

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Happy New Year from ID!

To celebrate the start of 2018, Investigation Discovery is giving true crime addicts the gift of a day full of series premieres on New Year’s Day.

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The lineup includes the series premieres of Bride Killa, Diabolical, Homicide City, and True Conviction

Also included are the season premieres of Betrayed, Pandora’s Box, and Evil Lives Here, and all-new episodes of Homicide Hunter and People Magazine Investigates.

The marathon begins on New Year’s Day at 2 P.M. EST and runs through 11 P.M. EST.

Every hour, viewers can tune in to receive a new code — and each code offers a chance to win $2,018!

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The all-new shows include:

Bride Killa graphic [Investigation Discovery]

First comes love, then comes marriage, and for an unlucky few: murder. Bride Killa is a double-wordplay series that tells stories of deadly brides who kill on their wedding day, or of sweet brides who fall prey to bridekillas with an “axe to grind.”

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Homicide City takes a deep dive into the stories of unforgettable murders from major American cities, as told by the veteran detectives who have seen it all, these are the stories they will never forget.

Diabolical graphic [Investigation Discovery]

Calculating. Cunning. Cold as ice. In Diabolical, a new gripping ten-episode series on Investigation Discovery, these shockingly devious masterminds use their wits and wiles to manipulate us, seduce us and try to get away with murder.

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True Conviction reveals the real-life stories of how homicides are solved on the street and won in the courtroom. Host Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi, a decorated Brooklyn prosecutor, takes you inside the fight for justice for victims and their loved ones.

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