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New Season Premieres Friday, August 1 at 9/8c 100th Episode Premieres Immediately After at 10/9c

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Investigation Discovery rolls out the red carpet this August with the return of star-studded hit series hosted by some of ID's most beloved personalities, from Emmy Award-winning journalist Paula Zahn and queen of daytime soap Susan Lucci to former F.B.I. criminal profiler Candice DeLong and homicide hunter Lt. Joe Kenda.

Tour the mind of infamous accused-ax-murderer Lizzie Borden in the season premiere of DEADLY WOMEN with Candice DeLong on Friday, August 1 at 9/8c, followed by the landmark 100th episode at 10/9c. In her signature spitfire style, DeLong offers candid and unparalleled expert insight into the psychology behind women who kill.

"Paula, Susan, Joe, and Candice and all the Faces of ID are not just charismatic hosts, preeminent experts, and pioneers in their fields, but truly the hardest working and most loyal talent in television," said Henry Schleiff, Group President of Investigation Discovery, Destination America, American Heroes Channel, and Discovery Fit & Health. "This month, we are particularly proud to join Candice, our killer queen expert and, indeed, partner in crime, in celebrating 100 episodes of DEADLY WOMEN."

DEADLY WOMEN WITH CANDICE DELONG
Premieres Friday, August 1 at 9/8c
100th Episode Immediately After at 10/9c

Beloved former F.B.I. criminal profiler Candice DeLong explores some of history's most fascinating female killers in DEADLY WOMEN, touring the twisted minds of women who kill. In the season premiere at 9/8c, after generations and generations of curiosity surrounding Lizzie Borden, DeLong delves into the psyche of infamous ax-wielding killer - or is she? "A killer needs three things to commit a homicide: motive, opportunity, and means. Lizzie Borden has all of those," DeLong says. Then, the 100th episode at 10/9c strikes the mother lode as DEADLY WOMEN revisits three homicides brought on by daughters seeking a different kind of maternal support: money.