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'To Catch A Killer' Oprah Network: True-crime series

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The Londoner is reporting today that OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network will debut "To Catch A Killer,"a new true-crime series featuring Canadian unsolved crimes. The one-hour series will focus on some of Canada's most gripping cold cases.

"To Catch A Killer" will follow university professor and police officer Mike Arntfield as he and six members of his staff take a second look at these unsolved murders, using advanced technology. Arntfield has an impressive team of experts who bring to the table a unique perspective on the old crimes.

The crime team is comprised of a biological anthropologist and a medical biophysicist, according to The Londoner.

In each episode, viewers will watch the case unfold through re-enactments and statements from family members, experts, detectives and witnesses, according to Oprah Winfrey's OWN's website.

Produced by Ocean Entertainment Limited, the true-crime documentary will air in eight parts starting Saturday, March 1 at 8 p.m. ET, according to a press release by Corus Entertainment.

True-crime lovers welcome the new show with open arms and hope for even more true-crime documentaries on OWN.

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