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"Murder for Hire" gives an exclusive look into the dark world of contract killings, showcasing some of the most fascinating murder for hire cases ever caught on tape. In an alarming trend, investigators are seeing a sharp increase in hired hits across the country, and those attempting shockingly include: housewives, wealthy bankers, military officers and even grandmothers. From scorned lovers to jealous relatives, the show explores in rare, never-before-seen footage, how a seemingly good relationship can go wrong and the emotions surrounding the reveal when an intended victim discovers a hit has been taken on their life. Each standalone episode features a different case of undercover agents immersing viewers into the real-life sting and investigation as they attempt to catch the perpetrator and ultimately prevent a murder.

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A fatal crime goes unsolved and the case goes cold until a determined detective suspects a murder for hire; officers plan an undercover operation to identify the perpetrator but they only have one shot to nail him down.
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A ruthless criminal goes from fraud to murder as he plots a gruesome revenge on the judicial system; this too-close-to-home plot strikes a personal cord with detectives as they work to prevent their friend and colleague from being murdered.
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A prominent eye surgeon enlists his head of IT to find a Russian hit man to kill a former employee; as things begin to progress, he changes his target.
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Family drama turns deadly when an ostracized mother-in-law calls on an old friend, who once had a connection to the mob, to murder her own daughter-in-law.
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A self-proclaimed novelist's plot for her husband's untimely death takes an unexpected turn, and a sting operation reveals the twisted truth.
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After a whirlwind romance ends in assault, a doctor tries to silence his ex; when a troubling encounter triggers an undercover operation, police discover a deeper conspiracy with multiple targets.
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A young mother's life is threatened by her ex-husband as their relationship turns deadly; with the determination of one officer and the help of unlikely informants, a relentless murder plot is uncovered that only an undercover operation can stop.
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After 40 years, a woman is excited to finally reunite with her estranged sister but is shocked when she finds herself thrust into a sinister murder plot.
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After a bitter divorce, an addiction therapist blackmails her patient into helping her find a hitman to kill her ex-husband; but what she doesn't know is the patient enlists the help of an undercover officer to try to prevent a cold-blooded murder.
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The police send a civilian informant under cover to determine if their friend and local doctor wants to kill his estranged wife or if it's solely the plan of his jealous girlfriend.

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