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From the outside, families seem like harmonious units in loving homes. But you don't necessarily know what secrets families are hiding from the outside world. This series, narrated by actress Brenda Strong, explores families hiding the most extreme of family secrets: murder. Each episode explores a death in a family, unraveling the motives of the family members, all of whom are potential suspects -- and potential victims. Sibling rivalries, disputes over family businesses and infidelity are some of the factors that lead to the families' ultimate betrayals.

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While performing a welfare check, police stumble across a brutalized body hidden inside a garden shed; while this is a shocking find, another family member had perished on this same property just two days prior to the welfare check.
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In Logan, Ohio, investigators receive word someone has been kidnapped from their job at the bank in a car that resembles a police cruiser; eventually, detectives discover a very personal connection between the victim and the kidnappers.
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In Montgomery, Ala., high society plays host to an uninvited party guest; murder is on the menu when one family's distrust and finger pointing lead detectives on a cross-country trek for a killer.
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A homeowner is found dead in a driveway, riddled with bullets; the claims of a family member who allegedly witnessed the brutal attack raise more questions than answers.
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In the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, community pillars are pulled into a quagmire of affairs, abuse and embezzlement leading to murder.
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In Pueblo, Colo., police are called to a horrific scene where a fire reveals the charred remains of a body; as detectives work to track down the killer, their investigation uncovers cracks in the foundation of a large, multi-generational family.
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In Little Washington, N.C., old money combines with a get-rich-quick attitude to put a family in jeopardy.
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Affairs, lies and explosive arguments lead to an early grave for the member of a Detroit family.
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A frantic 911 caller informs police he's found a family member dead; at first, it looks like a case of suicide, but a deeper dig reveals a secret world of sex tapes, broken promises and unfathomable motives.
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In the Pacific Northwest, a family appears to have it all until a stash of guns and a secret video reveal the face of a diabolical killer.
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In Honesdale, Pa., a family copes with teen pregnancy, addiction and heartache, then someone from the past stirs the pot to bring about a murder.
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In Nebraska, a once-happy family is frayed by anger and jealousy when an illicit affair comes to light, and a tattoo seals the fate of more than one member of this family.
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In southern Oregon, a weekend in the woods turns into a nightmare for the family of a local businessman; over the weekend, open marriages and forbidden relationships lead to a watery grave for one of the campers.
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In Bigfork, Mo., two random-appearing murders turn out to be connected in a shocking way.
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In Ore City, Texas, firefighters extinguish a burning truck to reveal the charred remains of a human corpse inside; it soon becomes apparent that this fiery incident was no accident.
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Lottery winner Jeffery Dampier is living the American dream until his winning streak ends in murder.
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The Sanchez family seems to have it all until one member is found dead.
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The McNeil family lives a happy life until a member of their family is murdered and a relative's conspiracy surfaces.
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NYPD detectives discover a bullet-pierced body stuffed into the trunk of a car and quickly find themselves drawn into a dark tale of brotherhood, backstabbing and betrayal.
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While carrying out a welfare check on Thanksgiving Day, police discover a triple homicide; to unmask the killer, detectives must uncover a victim's secrets and examine a hidden world of disinheritance, rage and dark accusations.
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Responding to a home invasion, police find one family member has been killed while another has been left in critical condition; it doesn't take long for detectives to start suspecting the culprit could be someone very close to home.

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