[10/26/23 - 08:01 AM] New ID Series "Good Cop, Bad Cop" - Hosted by Veteran Homicide Detective Garry McFadden - Exposes Criminals on the Wrong Side of Law Enforcement The six-episode series, hosted by McFadden, recounts detectives' pursuits to solve a complicated murder investigation with a startling twist: the perpetrator is a fellow member of law enforcement.
[via press release from Investigation Discovery]
NEW ID SERIES "GOOD COP, BAD COP" - HOSTED BY VETERAN HOMICIDE DETECTIVE GARRY MCFADDEN - EXPOSES CRIMINALS ON THE WRONG SIDE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT
-Premieres Sunday, November 12 at 10/9c on ID-
Retired detective Garry McFadden hosts ID's new series GOOD COP, BAD COP.
Esteemed detective Garry McFadden (I Am Homicide) brings his veteran law enforcement background to the all-new Investigation Discovery series, GOOD COP, BAD COP, premiering Sunday, November 12 at 10/9c. The six-episode series, hosted by McFadden, recounts detectives' pursuits to solve a complicated murder investigation with a startling twist: the perpetrator is a fellow member of law enforcement.
Featuring interviews with those closely connected to the case and expert insight from McFadden, who has solved hundreds of homicide cases during his own career, each story reveals just how difficult and dangerous it is when the killer is on the inside. Staged and covered up crime scenes make the investigations all the more complex. But these dedicated detectives are committed to capturing the criminals and bringing them to justice, no matter the cost or badge they wear.
SERIES PREMIERE: "Hunting Ground"
Sunday, November 12 at 10/9c
San Diego is in a state of panic after police discover the body of Cara Knott tossed over a highway bridge. With dead-end leads and the city demanding answers, police must work quickly while leaving no stone unturned to bring this monster to justice.
Sunday, November 19 at 10/9c
A city's worst fear comes to fruition when the body of a University of Toledo sorority sister turns up riddled with bullets on campus. The ensuing investigation's findings shock the community and test the public's faith in law enforcement.
"Did You Kill Your Wife"
Sunday, November 26 at 10/9c
State Troopers arrive at the scene of a woman shot to death in her bed. They rule it suicide, but a tenacious detective reopens the case decades later. Modern forensics, a double life and new witnesses turn the facts of the case on its head.
Sunday, December 3 at 10/9c
When Police in Jacksonville, Florida discover Sami Safar's corpse, they have no idea the scale of criminality they stumbled upon. The murder of the hardworking Syrian immigrant unravels a web of theft and violence spanning years.
"Ticking Time Bomb"
Sunday, December 10 at 10/9c
A woman's corpse is found in flames outside of Atlanta. Police use surveillance footage to witness the victim's last moments, including getting into the car that would take her to her death and ultimately lead police to her killer.
"Hunting the Hunter"
Sunday, December 17 at 10/9c
Calls flood into Silverton PD dispatch about a man shooting Rashawn Berry in broad daylight and fleeing the scene. A key piece of surveillance footage on the killer's escape route shows that a broken heart could be at the center of this violent act.
About Garry McFadden
Garry McFadden is a highly decorated law enforcement officer and 37-year veteran of the Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) in North Carolina. McFadden has spent 30 years as a detective for the CMPD, with 22 of those in the homicide unit. Throughout his career, he has worked over 800 homicide cases with a 90-percent success rate in the investigations he pursues, and he has never lost a homicide case during a trial. McFadden is well-regarded among law enforcement for his unorthodox methods of cracking cases. After a stellar career, he retired from CMPD in 2011 and went to work in the Office of the Chief to the Community Relations Unit to help implement programs within his community. In 2015, he was named Charlotte's Citizen of The Year. McFadden currently serves as Sheriff of Mecklenburg County. Elected to this role in 2018, he is the first African-American Sheriff in county history. McFadden has previously starred in the ID series I Am Homicide, which highlighted some of his most complex homicide cases while working for the CMPD.
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GOOD COP, BAD COP is produced for ID by Blackfin, Inc.