TV One is serving up some crime for the holiday season. This week, the network announced it will be adding a new true crime series to its Monday night lineup, Justice By Any Means.
The reenactment series premieres on December 7th.
Hosted by Judge Faith Jenkins, the show will present first-person accounts and reenactments of “heroic Black men and women who stopped at nothing to unravel mysterious crimes and find justice for a loved one.”
Here’s the full announcement:
SILVER SPRING, MD – NOV. 23, 2015 – Adding to its successful crime and justice franchise on Monday nights, TV One announced today the premiere of Justice By Any Means on Monday, Dec. 7 at 10 p.m. ET. The one-hour reenactment series will be hosted by Faith Jenkins of the nationally syndicated arbitrations-based court series Judge Faith.
Following in the tradition of TV One’s popular series Fatal Attraction and For My Man, Justice By Any Means is an inspiring true crime series profiling heroic Black men and women who stopped at nothing to unravel mysterious crimes and find justice for a loved one. The show plunges viewers into first-person accounts of these brave individuals as they launch their own investigations, immerse themselves in dangerous manhunts and meet face-to-face with the suspected assailants – all in the name of justice.
“Justice By Any Means documents friends and family members’ relentless pursuit of justice and the unstoppable measures they take to ensure closure on behalf of their loved ones,” remarked D’Angela Proctor, Senior Vice President, Original Programming and Production. “The series reminds us all that sometimes the greatest asset in resolving these unthinkable crimes are those who know us best.”
This season will bring attention to the unsung heroes and their stories of redemption. Stories range from parents relentlessly seeking their children’s killers; communities banding together to stop crime in their neighborhoods; fighting the criminal justice system to prove one’s own innocence; to family members conflicted after discovering information that will incriminate their loved ones. After experiencing some of the most horrific crimes these individuals were determined to move on from being victimized and have their intuition vindicated.”
What do you think? Do you watch TV One? Will you be watching this new true crime series?