You have questions; he finds answers. The third season of the Cry Wolfe TV series on Investigation Discovery (ID) premieres Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 10:00pm ET/PT. Private Investigator Brian Wolfe and assistant Janine McCarthy return for season three with all new episodes of ID’s Private Eye docu-series.
The Cry Wolfe TV series is produced for Investigation Discovery by Karga Seven Pictures with Emre Sahin, Kelly McPherson, and Sarah Wetherbee as Executive Producers. The first night of Cry Wolfe‘s third season will feature two back-to-back thirty minute episodes.
Get the details, including episode descriptions, from this Investigation Discovery press release.
— Private Investigator Brian Wolfe Returns For All-New Season With Back-to-Back Premiere Episodes Tuesday, July 26 at 10/9c—
(Silver Spring, Md.) – You have questions; he finds answers. Investigation Discovery’s (ID) leading Private Investigator Brian Wolfe is back for an all-new season of the network’s hit series CRY WOLFE, premieringTuesday, July 26 at 10/9c. A no-nonsense investigator with more than 25 years of experience as a P.I., Wolfe and his assistant Janine McCarthy hit the streets to decipher fact from fiction and ultimately uncover what isreally going on for his clients.
Each 30-minute episode of CRY WOLFE follows Wolfe as he stakes out the truth, exposing sneaky scammers, two-timing lovers, lying employees, and more. From elaborate disguises to extensive background checks, from hidden cameras to digging through the trash, Wolfe uses his tried-and-true P.I. tactics to uncover the reality behind his clients’ suspicions.
In the season three premiere episode on Tuesday, July 26 at 10/9c, Wolfe and McCarthy are hired by Russ, a young man trying to track down his estranged sister, Erin, after their mother is diagnosed with cancer. Flying halfway across the country with limited information about the missing woman, Wolfe digs deeply into Erin’s past and is shocked to discover that she isn’t missing – she’s hiding. When Wolfe learns Erin filed a restraining order against an abusive ex-boyfriend right before she disappeared, Wolfe and McCarthy know it is a race against time to bring her home to her mother safely.
Viewers will be treated to a bonus premiere episode of CRY WOLFE on premiere night at 10:30/9:30c. In this episode, Wolfe is hired by Alicia to help get to the bottom of her fiancé’s distant behavior. When Alicia first met hard-working military man Rob at a karaoke bar, it was love at first site. But as he spent less time with her at home and their wedding date was continually pushed back, Alicia began to question Rob’s motives. Alicia finally hires Wolfe after finding a receipt for a necklace she never received, and as he researches Rob’s military past, a flood of secrets pour out until one final shocking deception changes lives forever.
New episodes of CRY WOLFE air weekly on Tuesdays at 10/9c beginning on July 26. The series is produced for Investigation Discovery by Karga Seven Pictures with Emre Sahin, Kelly McPherson, and Sarah Wetherbee as Executive Producers. For Investigation Discovery, Pamela Deutsch is Senior Executive Producer, Sara Kozak is Senior Vice President of Production, Kevin Bennett is General Manager, and Henry Schleiff is Group President of Investigation Discovery, American Heroes Channel, and Destination America.
About BRIAN WOLFE
Brian Wolfe has 25+ years of experience as a Private Investigator. A former high school and college quarterback, Wolfe went on to try out as a pitcher in the minor leagues for the Kansas City Royals. After becoming a family man, Wolfe turned his sights to the world of investigative work and even provided executive protection for Hollywood’s elite. In addition to domestic and worker’s compensation assignments, Mr. Wolfe has worked as the lead investigator in high profile homicide cases. In 1998, Wolfe opened his own firm, Wolfe’s Investigations, where he puts his 17+ years in the field to good use, providing his clients with the best investigative service.
About JANINE MCCARTHY
Janine McCarthy was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley – a true valley girl. McCarthy enrolled in California State University of Northridge and graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s degree in Criminology in 2008. By 2009, McCarthy had worked a couple of retail security jobs but still wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her life. All she knew was that she wanted to put her degree to work. With the help of a longtime friend and colleague of Wolfe’s Investigations, she was introduced to Brian Wolfe and the world of Private Investigations. The rest is history!
What do you think? Have you watched the first two seasons of the Cry Wolfe TV series? Do you plan to tune in for season three on ID?