ID (Investigation Discovery) is celebrating May as a month of “May-hem” by bringing back four of their best true crime series for all-new seasons.
President of Crime and Investigative Content Jason Sarlanis pronounced the network as “committed to bringing our viewers must-see content produced by their #1 true crime brand.” Also coming up in May are new series and specials, so fans should keep their eyes peeled for more announcements coming up soon.
All of the returning series (and the new content) will be available on ID, and also available to stream on discovery+.
ID true crime series returning for all-new seasons in May include the following:
Murder in the Heartland (Monday, May 2 at 9:00 pm ET) – Rather than telling these true crime stories through the eyes of detectives and law enforcement, each episode of this series is led by people who live in the towns where the murders took place.
See No Evil (Wednesday, May 4 at 9:00 pm ET) – This fascinating series presents crimes that are investigated and solved by reviewing surveillance cameras. Mixed in with the footage are commentary from family members, eyewitnesses and law enforcement, proving that people and technology can be used together to solve crimes.
Crimes Gone Viral (Thursday, May 26 at 9:00 pm ET) – Speaking of technology, Crimes Gone Viral explores criminal activity as captured through the use of cell phones, security cameras, home surveillance cameras, police dashboard cams, car cameras, and even those doorbell cameras. These cameras capture everything from car chases to kidnappings and break-ins, and the series gives us the whole story behind the clips.
American Monster (Sunday, May 29 at 9:00 pm ET) – How much do you really know about your neighbors? You know, the ones who have lived across the street from you for years? American Monster digs into stories about the killers who have been hiding in plain sight; the ones that no one ever suspected could be murderers.
ID can be accessed through the discovery+ subscription streaming service, the network’s TV Everywhere offering (IDGO) and from your local cable service (if offered in your area). To subscribe to discovery+, visit their website, where new subscribers can get a free seven-day trial.
Do you watch the true crime series available on ID? Which are your favorites? List them in the comments section.