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A program highlighting meddlesome mothers bent on driving the decisions of their married sons. While their sons insist they have good intentions, their wives seem to think differently.

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Patricia Siler's dreams are dashed when her husband is disinherited by his family; the in-laws fall victim to Patricia's deadly wrath.
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Raised in foster care, Shannon Stafford believes her search for a loving family is over when she meets her husband and his parents, then she learns her new family has no love for her at all.
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When Misook marries Don Wang, she gains a mother-in-law she adores in Linda, then anger and mistrust between a wife and husband spills over into violence, and it's Linda who gets caught in the middle.
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Debbie Jarvis' relationship with husband Richard becomes contentious, but no one could have predicted that their nasty divorce and bitter custody battle would end in murder.
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A young man named Ryan shows up in his wife's hometown armed with two handguns and deadly intentions.
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Nineteen-year-old Alyssa Austin marries 32-year-old Patrick Horath in spite of her family's disapproval, but no one could have guessed that this inauspicious union would lead to murder.

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