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"Relentless With Kate Snow" takes viewers on an emotional journey with grieving families as they work tirelessly, often putting their own lives in danger, to find the culprits responsible for the deaths of those they loved most. Their relentless pursuit of justice paired with the opportunity to work alongside law enforcement creates a powerful and dynamic force that won't rest until due process is served. From a mother dedicated to putting her son's killer behind bars after he's gunned down at a recording studio to a 20-year search for a victim's killer that was so aggressive it transformed an unsolved, cold case into an active investigation, the series reveals gripping firsthand accounts from the families who will stop at nothing to get the justice the victims deserve.

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When she was 23, Jenny Carrieri's twin sister was shot and killed in a Baltimore parking lot; with the case still unsolved, Jenny embarks on a public crusade to find the killer.
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Kimberlyn Scott's daughter Charli, 27 and pregnant, disappears into thin air; when police don't have the manpower or resources, Kimberlyn organizes hundreds of volunteers to start her own search-and-rescue team.
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After meeting a new man, Demetria Hill, 19, goes missing, and her mother, Sharon Williams, conducts a frantic search.
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After a chance encounter at a college tailgate turns into a brutal sexual assault, nothing will stop the victim, 19 year-old Abby Honold, in her pursuit of justice.
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A newlywed goes missing from her New Jersey condo; then her family uncovers a nightmare when they discover a second missing wife.
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After her son, Corey, is fatally stabbed, Michelle Metje turns her grief into a tireless search for the killer; along the way, Michelle makes a commitment to helping other victims' families find justice.
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After a popular Chicago doctor is found stabbed to death in his office, police hunt for the killer; when the case goes cold, the doctor's two grown children take matters into their own hands.
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After her son, Cabretti, is gunned down in a recording studio, Lisa Wheeler-Bowman experiences pain and loss, but the unrelenting need to find her son's killer sends her to the streets to demand answers.

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