Discovery will bow three new series this fall, the network announced Aug. 4.
Who The (Bleep) Did I Marry?, about spouses that keep "shocking secrets"
from each other, according to the network press release, will bow Aug. 25 at 10
has crime writers including David Baldacci, Sandra Brown, Harlan Coben, Linda
Fairstein, Sara Paretsky, Kathy Reichs, Lisa Scottoline and Joseph Wambaugh,
discussing the real-life cases that inspired their potboilers. The eight part series
debuts Oct. 11 at 9 p.m.
Will: Family Secrets Revealed examines a perennial source of family tension: a
deceased loved one's last will and testament. The series, which premieres Nov. 3
at 9 p.m., "invites viewers on an emotional and intimate journey as the
final wishes of the deceased are revealed to the family members left behind."
series join ID's established burgeoning lineup of originals that includes
top-rated On the Case with Paula Zahn, The Disappeared and I
(Almost) Got Away with It.
America's leading investigation network, ID prides itself on covering
real stories of mystery and intrigue through captivating storytelling of the
highest quality," Henry Schleiff, president and general manager of
Investigation Discovery, said in a statement. "This fall, our programming
expands the definition of justice programming to include provocative series.
We're thrilled that our audience continues to respond in record numbers, making
ID the fastest-growing cable network in primetime for over two years."