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Love is not patient, nor is it kind, and it definitely does not conquer all. As described in this six-part series, everything people thought they knew about love is wrong. Episodes detail casualties of love, including former partners, jealous friends, scorned sons and daughters, and devoted family members. The stories of love triangles, hidden affairs and family secrets, depicted via stylized re-enactments, show the transfixing power of emotion and how it can beckon the most reasonable people into criminal madness. Sometimes the most dangerous people are the ones you least expect.

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Brandon Horst and Heather Schwarz are former high school sweethearts who reunite after Brandon's tour of duty in the Middle East; when they struggle to have a child, the pressure leads to secrets, affairs and deceit, leading to a diabolical homicide.
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When Stacie Smith is found dead and an accusation that she has been unfaithful is written on the wall of the crime scene, police believe that a jealous lover is behind her brutal death; the evidence may be a ploy to frame the wrong man for the crime.
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When new mother Sara Raras is found brutally murdered, the investigation quickly focuses on her violent, estranged husband, Alberto; then, a jailhouse snitch shares new information pointing to an unlikely suspect with an odd motive for murder.
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Yvonne Oulton's husband and son discover her dead in her minivan; detectives work around the clock to catch Yvonne's killer, until they figure out that everything they've been led to believe about her life is a lie.
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At first, it appears as though 50-year-old Edwardyne Williams has fallen victim to a random act of violence; however, as police dig deeper, they discover that her killer is someone who has been harboring a grudge against her for years.
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Benjamin Amato and Cheryl Kunkle's May-December romance grows complicated when Cheryl becomes pregnant; the former lovers soon square off in court, but the day before their final custody hearing, a murder changes everything.

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