BET Networks Premieres New Compelling Docu-Crime Series "CRIMINALS AT WORK" Wednesday, January 6, 2016 at 10 PM ET/PT
The One-Hour Original Docu-Crime Series Reveals the Shocking Criminal Acts Committed in and around the Workplace
Bet Networks Premieres New Compelling Docu-Crime Series "CRIMINALS AT WORK" Wednesday, January 6, 2016 at 10 PM ET/PT. #CriminalsAtWorkBET
NEW YORK -- BET Networks announces its new docu-crime series CRIMINALS AT WORK. This riveting eight-episode series explores shocking criminal acts committed in and around the workplace. Featuring eye-witness interviews, actual crime-scene footage and gripping reenactments, CRIMINALS AT WORK dramatically illustrates that you may not really know your co-workers as well as you think. CRIMINALS AT WORK premieres Wednesday, January 6, 2016 at 10 PM ET/PT.
Each one-hour episode features two suspenseful true-life stories where unsuspecting everyday people witness their own workplace transformed into a crime scene. CRIMINALS AT WORK dissects the crimes from different points of views including co-workers who witnessed the mayhem, the reporters who covered the story, members of law enforcement officials who participated in the investigation, and psychologists who give insight into the criminal mind - this show takes viewers on a plot-twisting journey as if they witnessed it themselves. Not all crimes are committed by master career criminals, CRIMINALS AT WORK reminds everyone that the most innocent coworker could be hiding a deadly secret.
"CRIMINALS AT WORK" is Executive Produced by Rebecca Toth Diefenbach, Valerie Haselton, Brent Montgomery, and Christine Nusbaum for Sirens Media.
For more information of "CRIMINALS AT WORK" visit the official page at BET.com/CriminalsAtWork. Viewers can also join the conversation on social media by using the hashtag #CriminalsAtWorkBET.
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