Episode Two Of 'Britain's Most Evil Killers' Will Air Tonight On Sky's New True Crime Channel
Britain's Most Evil Killers is set to air its second episode tonight (Tuesday, 8th October) on Sky Crime.
The show will look into the minds of some of the most well known murderers in the country, with tonight's episode focusing on serial child killer and paedophile, Robert Black.
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The Scot went on a six year sexual assault and killing spree of three young girls, sexually assaulting another and attempting to kidnap one more, who managed to get away.
At the time of his death in 2016 he was also the prime suspect for the 1978 disappearance and murder of Genette Tate and he may well have been responsible for other unsolved murders of children in Britain, but we may never know.
The programme will look at the upbringing of such a heinous person and what drove him to murder and assault innocent little girls, but also how he got away with it for so long.
It's not the cheeriest watch, but a gripping one. And who doesn't love a bit of true crime to get stuck into, especially now the nights are drawing in for winter and we'll be firmly fixed to our sofas?
The show will run for ten episodes and will uncover shocking stories, some extremely high profile and the devastation these murders caused the families.
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In episode one, the channel looked into Joanna Yeates' murder by her neighbour in Bristol and the initial wrongful arrest of her landlord.
The new season of the show, has launched alongside the new channel dedicated to true crime, which will also air programmes including Snapped, about women pushed to the edge who resort to murder.
You'll also see I Love You, Now Die which documents the famous American case in the news back in 2017, which centres around 17-year-old Michelle Carter, who encouraged her 18-year-old long-distance boyfriend, Conrad Roy, to kill himself over text.
This documentary goes over the prosecution and the complex questions raised throughout the case at the time about criminal responsibility and whether you can ever really be to blame for someone else's suicide.
It will also cover The Case Against Adnan Syed, which reinvestigates the case made famous by the Serial podcast that left listeners split in opinion.
From savage serial killers, to unexplained disappearances and love stories gone disturbingly wrong, the new channel will expose some of the most chilling crimes.
If you haven't got Sky, you can access Britain's Most Evil Killers as well as all the other gripping crime shows on NOW TV.
We will most definitely be tuning in.
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