Murder Uncovered - Netflix

Groundbreaking. Powerful. Gripping. Heart stopping. Murder Uncovered is a breakthrough investigative news series that will blow wide open some of the worst, most infamous cases of unsolved killings and crimes in Australian criminal history. Each episode will revisit a different case that enraged and engaged the country, featuring new evidence, major breakthroughs and fresh leads that will have you questioning everything. Featuring award-winning journalist Michael Usher, chilling new details will be uncovered from never-before-given interviews with eyewitnesses to the crimes, the detectives who investigated, the victims, the prime suspects, and in some cases even the murderers – in their own words. From the team that made the critically-acclaimed In Cold Blood: The Chris Lane Story, Murder Uncovered will dramatically revitalise the crime genre. Just when you thought you knew it all…

Murder Uncovered - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 120 minutes

Premier: 2017-02-08

Murder Uncovered - Murder Uncovered - Netflix

Murder Uncovered is an Australian true-crime series that first screened on the Seven Network on 8 February 2017 hosted by Michael Usher. This investigative series reopens infamous cases of killings and crimes in Australian criminal history.

Murder Uncovered - Broadcast - Netflix

The third episode of Murder Uncovered, titled Two Weddings and 29 Funerals, was scheduled to be aired on 22 February 2017, but was indefinitely pulled due to legal reasons. The timeslot intended for the episode was instead used to broadcast a short message by Michael Usher explaining the schedule change, followed by an episode of Bride & Prejudice. It was later rescheduled to air on 20 March, but was rescheduled again to air on Monday, 27 March. The reason for the broadcast block was reported by Fairfax Media to be due to a judge in the Victorian Supreme Court requesting the Seven Network to co-operate for fear it might prejudice jurors in the then-ongoing trial of Stephen Asling, charged with murdering Graham “The Munster” Kinniburgh in 2003.

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