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Crime Beat

A true crime series that takes viewers deep into some of Canada’s most infamous criminal cases. Using extensive archives and intimate family interviews, each week new details are revealed that go beyond the news headlines giving a voice to victims and their families, unraveling how each case was solved, and exploring lasting impacts on the community and justice system.

Duration: 45 min

Quality: HD

Release: 2020

IMDb: 10

Season 1 - Crime Beat
2020-04-25
"Teenage sisters Marsha and Tamara Ottey were stabbed to death in August 1995; months later, Dimitrija Trajceski became the first TTC worker killed on the job. Caryn Lieberman shares the story of how these two families' lives became intertwined."
2020-04-18
"Catherine McDonald looks back at the impact of the murder of Jodan Manners, who was gunned down at a C.W. Jefferys Collegiate Institute hallway."
2020-04-11
"With two people dead and a two year old missing, a small community in the Rocky Mountains is broken."
2020-04-04
"Alicia's disappearance leads to one of the largest missing person searches in Ontario's history; reporter Catherine McDonald reconnects with Alicia's mother to tell the tale."
2020-03-28
"Coaxed from her home for a photoshoot, a promising young athlete never returns: Caryn Lieberman brings us through the DNA breakthrough that cracks the case to a mother's national safety campaign."
2020-03-21
"After a year studying abroad, Lukas Strasser-Hird had dreams to be a doctor; he went out with friends to celebrate when he arrived home, but no one could have predicted how dangerous the situation was to become."
2020-03-14
"Dismembered remains belonging to a child are uncovered, and Alan Carter returns to the scene of the crime 20 years later, reuniting with the lead detective and a community coming together in grief."
2020-03-07
"Crime reporter Nancy Hixt reviews the case of Meika Jordan, a six-year-old girl whose life was tragically cut short; Nancy reveals the details of this case and the evidence uncovered by investigators in their quest for justice."