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Premeditated crimes committed by people motivated by love.

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Steven Brown torments his wife, Deborah, and their children for 16 years, but Deborah's efforts to escape her husband's wrath proves dangerous for her and for those who offer to help.
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In Miami, teenager Christin Bilotti's romance with 19-year-old Richard Rojas takes a dark turn, and Rojas winds up being lured into a deadly trap at his ex-girlfriend's home.
aired 29 days ago
A deadly game of love and betrayal arises between an athlete and a high school athletic director.
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In Georgia, a single father, Donald Ray Skinner, marries a beautiful single mother, Allene Hawkins, but they do not live happily ever after as the result of a deadly deception.
aired 106 days ago
A millionaire marries young, beautiful Debra Stover; a tennis pro sets his sights on Debra.
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A shotgun wedding leads to a troubled marriage for naval officers John Marmo and Rebecca Braswell, later, after their relationship crumbles, a custody battle will push them into a fight to the death.
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In Yakima, Wash., Vern Holbrook runs a successful real estate firm, but tragedy looms for this realtor as his stepson's marriage crumbles and a business deal goes sour.
aired 203 days ago
Linda Henning's man of her dreams is going through a bitter divorce and his estranged wife threatens their relationship.
aired 203 days ago
Dan and Lisa move to a small home on the property of Dan's parents; soon a plot of deception becomes a murder.
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A whirlwind romance and buried secrets lead to fatal consequences.
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Crusader Mary Louise Thompson tries to stop the rise of street gangs in her Oregon town but goes too far when her son winds up behind bars.
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Involved in a sordid affair with Poughkeepsie, N.Y., businessman Fred Andros, Susan Fassett is murdered in a hail of bullets as she leaves choir practice.
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While investigating a murder that rocked the community of Ramsey, N.J., detectives use wiretaps, search warrants and computer forensics to probe the stormy marriage of a pharmaceutical executive and his wife.
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A father drowns in bills while a mother battles for her life; a tragic accident leads to a downward spiral.
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In New Orleans, police officers Antoinette Frank and Ronnie Williams begin to moonlight to supplement their salaries, then greed leads one of them down a dark path ending in murder.
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Danny Bowen is unable to hold down a job, and his wife, Anne Trenois, has had enough after 10 years of marriage; their divorce spirals into a violent custody battle, which turns deadly.
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Former military man Gilbert Hart takes a strict approach with his teenage children, but his wife, Rebecca, thinks he's crossed a line, and their family feud escalates into an all-out war.
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A twisted tale of love, infidelity and jealousy ends in tragedy.
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Morgan and Kevin Mengel appear to be living the American dream until one of them has a sordid affair that leads to the bludgeoning death of the other.
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In Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., 17-year-old Linda Pedroza and her boyfriend, Antoine Wright, collaborate to murder her mother.
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John Torres becomes embroiled in son-in-law Daniel Duffy's get-rich quick schemes with deadly consequences.

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