New Detectives

New Detectives

About the show

World-renowned forensics experts and criminal investigators solve murders and other crimes. New Detectives tells the stories of men and women using science to bring killers to justice - and comfort to their victims' families. The show features the rapidly growing evolution of forensic science as a method to solve the most puzzling crimes. 

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Upcoming episodes

Mar 27th
500p

Out to Kill

Blood was found on the ground in front of an abandoned vehicle that police learn was driven by a college woman. The victim’s body was found in a neighborhood away from the vehicle. Tire impressions are taken, as well as other evidence. Investigators receive a tip about a man with a history of impersonating police officers. Investigators take tire samples of the man’s car, and find blood matching that of the dead woman. Dna samples from the man also match those found in the victim.
Mar 28th
500p

Raw Greed

Two men are found dead, beaten to death in the bar where they work. They had both sustained multiple blows to the head. A safe from the bar was missing, as well as the money from a cigarette machine that had been pried open. A local television station received an anonymous letter about the murders, though no fingerprints are obtained from it. Witnesses tell police of a man who frequents the bar, and investigators arrest him on unrelated charges. A search of his home and vehicle turn up several objects, including a tire iron, which lab tests conclude was the same object used to pry open the cigarette machine. Handwriting analysis also links the man to the letter. He is sentenced to consecutive life terms for the murders.
Mar 29th
900a

Murderous Attraction

A woman is rushed to the hospital due to a massive seizure that caused her heart to stop beating. Once stabilized, doctors are mystified, as the seizure has left the woman paralyzed and unable to speak. The woman’s husband, who regularly visited his wife, attracted the suspicions of the woman’s nurse. Those suspicions were realized after a doctor ordered several tests of the woman, one finding six times the lethal amount of arsenic in the woman’s system. Upon questioning, the woman’s husband, who had recently increased the amount of life insurance he had on his wife, admitted to poisoning her.
Mar 29th
1000a

Broken Trust

A family moving into a new home opens a large drum on the property and finds the mummified remains of a woman dead for nearly 25 years. Forensics experts take samples of both the drum, and the remains of the woman inside, who was pregnant at the time of her death. Samples extracted lead investigators to the owner of an old plastics factory, the deceased’s former employer, who chooses to commit suicide in order to avoid police.
Mar 29th
1100a

Price of Murder

A security guard finds a man dead in the driver’s seat of his car, shot once in the back of the head. Authorities believe it may have been an accident, as illegal hunters frequented the area the man’s car was found. Police later receive a tip, linking the man’s wife and a friend to the murder; the motive was a large life insurance policy.
Mar 29th
1200p

Stolen Youth

A man calls 911 and reports that his 9-year-old daughter has disappeared from their front yard. Police search the neighborhood and surrounding area, but find no trace of the little girl. Searching the house for clues, police grow suspicious when they discover small amounts of the girl’s blood on her bed sheets. Investigators also come to find that the girl’s mother also disappeared without a trace several years earlier. Additional clues are found, all pointing to the young girl’s father as her killer, until finally, the child’s body is found, wrapped in a bag with her father’s prints all over it.
Mar 29th
500p

Loved to Death

A russian woman is found nude and dead in the bathtub in her toronto apartment. Homicide detectives process the apartment, and transport the woman to the medical examiner’s office. An autopsy is performed, and a forensic odontologist is brought in, as teeth marks were discovered on the woman’s body. The teeth marks were analyzed, and samples were taken. The woman appeared to have several boyfriends, all of whom were questioned, and had teeth molds made to attempt to match to the bite marks on the woman’s body. A perfect match was found, the only evidence linking the man to the murder.
Mar 30th
100a

Murderous Attraction

A woman is rushed to the hospital due to a massive seizure that caused her heart to stop beating. Once stabilized, doctors are mystified, as the seizure has left the woman paralyzed and unable to speak. The woman’s husband, who regularly visited his wife, attracted the suspicions of the woman’s nurse. Those suspicions were realized after a doctor ordered several tests of the woman, one finding six times the lethal amount of arsenic in the woman’s system. Upon questioning, the woman’s husband, who had recently increased the amount of life insurance he had on his wife, admitted to poisoning her.
Mar 30th
200a

Broken Trust

A family moving into a new home opens a large drum on the property and finds the mummified remains of a woman dead for nearly 25 years. Forensics experts take samples of both the drum, and the remains of the woman inside, who was pregnant at the time of her death. Samples extracted lead investigators to the owner of an old plastics factory, the deceased’s former employer, who chooses to commit suicide in order to avoid police.
Mar 30th
300a

Price of Murder

A security guard finds a man dead in the driver’s seat of his car, shot once in the back of the head. Authorities believe it may have been an accident, as illegal hunters frequented the area the man’s car was found. Police later receive a tip, linking the man’s wife and a friend to the murder; the motive was a large life insurance policy.