- The CW is expanding its TV programming to include true crime content
- The network has acquired two new true crime docuseries, ‘Buried in The Backyard’ and ‘Homicide City’
- Both shows are set to premiere on The CW’s free streaming service, CW Seed
The CW Network has decided to venture into the true crime genre by acquiring two new true crime docuseries, “Buried in the Backyard” and “Homicide City.” These shows mark a significant shift from the channel’s usual programming and will be available on The CW’s free streaming service, CW Seed.
“Buried in the Backyard” primarily focuses on crime stories where the victims have been found buried in the backyards of their own homes, or those of their murderers. The series investigates these chilling cases, unveiling the truth and details that lead to solving them. “Homicide City,” on the other hand, delves deep into multiple murder cases, shedding light on the motives behind each crime and the pursuit of justice.
This foray into the popular true crime genre reflects The CW’s willingness to diversify its content lineup, which previously mainly comprised superhero dramas and teen mysteries. Fans can look forward to enjoying these new crime series, delving into intriguing and sometimes disturbing stories, on the CW Seed platform in the near future.