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 29th
400a

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.
Mar 1st
400a

Cold Blooded

Time of death is an important consideration in a murder investigation, but when a killer freezes, burns, or grinds his victim, even the most skilled medical examiner would be at a loss about how to calculate it. Forensics has its own techniques to foil a killer's plans to halt an investigation.
Mar 2nd
400a

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.
Mar 2nd
900a

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.
Mar 2nd
1000a

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.
Mar 3rd
400a

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.
Mar 3rd
900a

Patterns of Guilt

The tread of a tire, a single shoe print and even the shape of a bruise help investigators track down killers, based solely on their patterns of guilt.
Mar 3rd
1000a

A Deadly Smile

Investigators rely on forensic odontology to identify a body from a single tooth and to catch two brutal killers from their bite marks.
Mar 4th
400a

Patterns of Guilt

The tread of a tire, a single shoe print and even the shape of a bruise help investigators track down killers, based solely on their patterns of guilt.
Mar 4th
900a

Military Justice

The naval criminal investigative service uses forensic science to solve three perplexing murders and fulfill their motto: "To the living we owe respect; to the dead, we owe the truth".