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Lovers Break More Than Hearts in 'I'd Kill for You'



Premiering Saturday, November 2, the new Investigation Discovery series exposes chilling crimes committed by people with twisted agendas who use their lovers as murder weapons.



October 31, 2013

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SILVER SPRING, MD — Lust, jealousy, and passion bubble at the center of a heated love affair. But when infatuation conspires with manipulation, the end result is a dangerous obsession. Investigation Discovery's all-new series "I'd Kill for You" exposes chilling crimes committed by men and women with twisted agendas who use their lovers as murder weapons. Whether they're after the inheritance of their elderly husband, have their eyes set on a younger model, or are trying to stake claim to their partner's life insurance, these men and women will stop at nothing to live their own happily ever - even if it means a tragic never after for someone else. Profiling men and women who go to deadly lengths to win their lover's affection, Investigation Discovery premieres the 10-part series "I'd Kill for You" on Saturday, November 2 at 9/8c, followed by the premiere of an all-new season of the series where marriages turn murderous in "Fatal Vows" at 10/9c.

Each episode of "I'd Kill for You" tells the story of an ill-fated relationship that leaves one lover not only dumped, but deserted ... six feet under. In-depth interviews with family, friends and authorities on the case provide the missing details that patch together pieces of the investigation. The premiere episode airing on Saturday, November 2 at 9/8c tells the story of a twisted threesome. Searching for a new beginning after her father's suicide, Shayne Mills escapes to Missouri where she falls for Kelly Lovera. The two marry and start a family but not long after, Shayne's eyes are wandering. So when a younger man moves into their housing complex, she begins feeding into flirtation. Shayne juggles having a husband and a boyfriend, until jealousy steps in to break the love triangle, ending in murder. Additional premieres for November include:



"Murder in Stereo"
Premieres Saturday, November 9 at 9/8c

Werner Hartman arrived in Chicago as a penniless immigrant and worked his way up the ladder to become a self-millionaire and Chicago's famous "Stereo King." When he meets the beguiling 24-year-old Debra Stover in a club, Werner is completely smitten and soon they marry. But their heated romance turns into a roller coaster of passion and anger when a young tennis pro, John Korabik, enters the picture and makes eyes at Debra. Soon a deadly plan unfolds into a nearly perfect murder.

"Wicked Web"
Premieres Saturday, November 16 at 9/8c

30-year-old Mel Dyson launches into a passionate affair with Dixie Ann and the two have a child together. But love for their child hasn't always spilled over into their common law marriage and eventually, the couple separate. One night, they rekindle their romance but the spark quickly disappears as evil is lurking in the darkness nearby. Inside Mel's cozy home, something goes dreadfully wrong.

"Wrestling with the Devil"
Premieres Saturday, November 23 at 9/8c

In Yakima, Washington, high school athletic director Glynn "Gabby" Moore is known for turning out winning teams and training the area's young athletes into champions. Generations of Gabby's protégés like Angelo Pleasant and Morris Blankenbaker remain loyal friends to their old coach. But their devotion will be tested when they are unexpectedly drawn into the strange life of their beloved mentor. Among these fierce competitors a deadly game of love, loyalty, lust and betrayal will arise that only one of them will survive.

"Liar's Poker"
Premieres Saturday, November 30 at 9/8c

Jerry Cassady is headed towards a downward spiral in Reno, Nevada until he falls in love with young Sharee Miller. Though Sharee is married and lives hundreds of miles away, they begin a steamy online affair and meet for dates in Reno. But when Sharee's husband, a violent mobster, discovers their affair, things get sticky. And to make matters worse, Sharee is pregnant with Jerry's child. Internet fantasy and real life will soon intersect in murder.

"I'd Kill for You" is produced for Investigation Discovery by NBC News' Peacock Productions with Lloyd Fales as executive producer. For Investigation Discovery, Liz Massie is executive producer, Sara Kozak is senior vice president of production, and Henry Schleiff is Group President.