Dominick Dunne

Dominick Dunne

About the show

No one knows the dark side of the rich and famous better than Dominick Dunne. The consummate insider and relentless crusader, Dunne chronicles the arrogance that leads the rich to believe they are above the law. A best-selling author and celebrated columnist for Vanity Fair, Dunne will rivet you with his selection of notorious cases that uncover the lowest depths of high society.

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Upcoming episodes

Mar 25th
100p

Traces of Evil

Richard and Nancy Lyon were making a mint running a fashionable landscaping business for Dallas elites. There was only one problem: Nancy was constantly complaining of horrible stomach cramps. Doctors told her it was overexposure to pesticides and fertilizers - right up until the day she died. That's when investigators discovered enough arsenic in her system to kill ten grown men. Now police must find a reason why anyone would have wanted this moneyed maganolia clipped.
Mar 25th
200p

The Von Bulow Affair

When Sunny VonBulow was found comatose in her luxurious Rhode Island summer home, everyone had a pet theory on what happened – including police, who fingered her husband Claus for attempted murder. Fortunately for Claus, pet theories don’t stand up in court, and his team of high powered lawyers managed to free him after an epic series of trials and appeals
Mar 25th
300p

Death of a Salesman

Rick Chance is one of the richest men in Phoenix … and also one of the strangest. After deciding to sell his unglamorous but enormously profitable auto glass empire, he opens a disastrously unsuccessful jewelry boutique. It’s the first of many puzzling decisions – which includes carrying the entire boutique’s inventory in a briefcase with him at all times. But when chance ends up dead and his briefcase goes missing, suddenly Phoenix’s full of suspects and Phoenix Police need to sort through the private life of the most eccentric man in town to crack the case.
Mar 25th
400p

Mystery in Monaco

Was it an accident? Or was it Murder? They mystery begins when billionaire Edmond Safra dies in a fire in a luxurious Monaco hotel. Investigators think the fire was intentionally set, but who would want to kill the charitable and giving financier? An exhaustive lock into the eccentric mogul’s life eventually leads to a surprising suspect…and a bizarre plot that’s much stranger than fiction.
Mar 26th
100a

Blood Money

On the morning of July 9, 1985 in Naples, FL, the car carrying millionaire tobacco heiress Margaret Benson, her daughter Carol Lynn, and her 21-year-old adopted son Scott exploded; only Carol Lynn survived. The police focus their investigation on Steven, Benson's eldest son, who was only yards away from the explosion. He stood to inherit nearly $10 million of the family’s fortune. In August, 1986, after a sensational murder trial, Steven Benson, was convicted and sentenced to life in prison.
Mar 26th
200a

Family Plot

In 1992, Kristi Koslow was living the high life: a pretty high school senior with a tennis-star boyfriend living in a tony suburb of Fort Worth, TX. But when her wealthy father Jack married Dallas socialite Caren Courtney, Kristi’s strained relationship with her dad went from bad to worse. Then one evening, two men entered the Koslow’s home and attacked the couple. Caren was killed during the attack, but Jack managed to survive and call 911. Suspicion immediately pointed to Jack, but police got a break when a tip led them to the most unlikely suspect: Kristi Koslow. Kristi had offered her boyfriend, Brian Salter, and friend Jeffrey Dillingham, $1 million apiece to murder her father and stepmother. Kristi handed them a floor plan and the alarm code, sat back and waited to collect on her $12 million inheritance. All three were tried and convicted. Koslow and Salter are both serving life sentences. Dillingham was executed in 2000.
Mar 28th
200a

Deadly Delivery

It looks like a simple robbery gone horribly wrong when Donald and Marsha Levine are found dead inside their Munster, Indiana Mansion. But why then did the "robbers" leave the Levine's only son, Mark, alive? And why was Mark blaming the murder on his shady Uncle Robert? There are skeletons in most family's closets, but investigators soon discover that the Levine's are harboring a whole graveyard full in theirs.