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

Feb 20th
500p

Dead in the Water

Drowning deaths often look like accidents and water can destroy the scant clues the killer may have left behind. Investigators must turn to forensic science to solve cases where the victim is found dead in the water.
Feb 21st
500p

Scent of the Kill

A dog can be a dead man's best friend. Dogs have been trained to sniff out corpses, drugs, explosives, and missing persons. They're often the first to find the essential clue that sets an investigation in motion.
Feb 22nd
900a

Bloodlust

For homicide investigators, it's a race against time as they track their deadliest foe: A serial killer for whom killing is the only way to feel alive.
Feb 22nd
1000a

Deadly Aim

Ballistic analysis is the key to finding killers who turn guns on their victims. Each shot fired leaves its own "fingerprint", allowing scientists to target murderers with deadly aim.
Feb 22nd
1100a

Stolen Identity

When a theft is committed, something valuable is stolen. But when a criminal needs a new identity, theft becomes a matter of life and death.
Feb 22nd
1200p

Silent Witness

Three hairs… microscopic fibers… a common trash bag ripped from a roll. Seemingly small and insignificant clues become a victim's silent witness.
Feb 22nd
500p

Deadly Intentions

When abduction turns to murder, forensic science is the only key to finding justice for the victims of a kidnapper's deadly intentions.
Feb 23rd
100a

Bloodlust

For homicide investigators, it's a race against time as they track their deadliest foe: A serial killer for whom killing is the only way to feel alive.
Feb 23rd
200a

Deadly Aim

Ballistic analysis is the key to finding killers who turn guns on their victims. Each shot fired leaves its own "fingerprint", allowing scientists to target murderers with deadly aim.
Feb 23rd
300a

Stolen Identity

When a theft is committed, something valuable is stolen. But when a criminal needs a new identity, theft becomes a matter of life and death.