INVESTIGATION DISCOVERY'S "SCORNED: LOVE KILLS" SCORCHES ON SATURDAY NIGHT AND BECOMES NETWORK'S 16th SERIES TO BREAK 1.0 HOUSEHOLD MARK SINCE JANUARY 2011
- SCORNED: LOVE KILLS Sets Network Records For Saturday Nights
Delivering Over 1 Million Viewers for People 2+ -
(Silver Spring, MD) - On Saturday, January 21, the world premiere of SCORNED: LOVE KILLS set network primetime records for Saturdays in all key demos including People 2+ (1.039M), People 25-54 (587k), Women 25-54 (395k) and Households (805k). Additionally, SCORNED: LOVE KILLS is the 16th series to break the 1.0 Household rating mark for Investigation Discovery since January 2011.
Investigation Discovery's new series SCORNED: LOVE KILLS uncovers crimes of passion sparked by a spurned lover's snap from provocative paramour to predacious threat. The 20-episode first season examines the dark side of love with a voyeuristic peek into the lust and obsession that fueled some of the most senseless, but definitely not emotionless, crimes to make front-page headlines. Saturday's world premiere episode examined the murder of David Shannon, whose wife manipulated her 15-year-old daughter into pulling the trigger.
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