ID brings back People Magazine Investigates for a sixth season

Serial ID People Magazine investigates will return for a sixth season on Monday, June 6. Premiering in 2016, the series has been one of the best crime shows on ID for six years.

People Magazine investigates delves into the cases it features, telling the story through archival footage and interviews with law enforcement and survivors.

People Magazine has a lot of success in the true crime community, thanks to its team of true crime investigative journalists. Editor Liz Vaccariello praised her team’s ability to “take viewers beyond the horror of the crimes and into the lives of those most affected by them”. She called ID an “incredible partner” and said People was sure the sixth season would be a success.

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The sixth season of People Magazine Investigates will premiere at 9:00 a.m. Central Time on ID, and will be available to stream on Discovery+ the same day.

The first episode of the season will investigate the triple murder/double kidnapping of the Groene family in Coeur D’Alene, Idaho. Brenda Groene, along with her son Slade and her boyfriend Mark McKenzie were found tied up and bludgeoned in the Wolf Lodge residence. Dylan and Shasta, the two youngest children, were missing and Amber Alerts were issued. During the two-hour episode, viewers will watch searchers try to find Shasta and Dylan.

Consisting of 12 episodes, each airing on Mondays, the second and third episodes of People Magazine investigates will cover the following cases:

Mother’s orders (June 13) – When one of them kills a man, a mother and her daughter try to cover up the crime.

death valley – (June 27) – An investigation is launched when five young people go missing during a four-year period in Lewis-Clark Valley.

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