Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48 delves into some of America's most shocking crimes that have remained unsolved or ended with controversial outcomes. Each two-hour episode will focus on a specific case and examine the first 48 hours after the crime to reveal new angles and unravel enduring mysteries. Clark's years of experience both as a prosecutor and defense attorney allow her to see the important details that original investigators may have missed. She will sift through evidence presented in the case files, visit significant locations and conduct interviews with key players in an effort to uncover potential new leads. By looking at these cases through the lens of the critical first 48 hours, Clark will strive to discover the truth behind how and why these murders happened.
Runtime: 120 minutes
Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48 - Crime Writers On - Netflix
Crime Writers On... (sometimes stylized as Crime Writers On or CWO) is a weekly podcast hosted by a four-person panel consisting of American true crime authors: married couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn, crime noir novelist Toby Ball, and journalist and licensed investigator Lara Bricker. The podcast started on December 12, 2014 as a commentary on and review of the hit true crime podcast Serial, starting with the show's tenth episode about Adnan Syed and continuing into its second season about Bowe Bergdahl. Crime Writers On quickly grew to cover journalism and a variety of crime-related pop culture topics including other podcasts, films, television shows, and more. In March 2018, Crime Writers On won the Discover Pod's Podcast Madness 2018, a March Madness style competition for podcasts.
The show's theme song is by Rocksteady Freddie and the New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble.
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Rebecca Lavoie is a Digital Director at New Hampshire Public Radio. Lavoie previously worked as a freelance journalist whose work appeared in Newsweek, Playboy, and other regional and national publications. Lavoie also helps produce the Serial spin-off Undisclosed: The State vs. Adnan Syed hosted by lawyer Rabia Chaudry and has co-hosted that podcast's spin-off show, Addendum. Lavoie is the co-author of five true crime books with her husband Kevin Flynn, including Dark Heart, Notes on a Killing, Legally Dead, and Our Little Secret. Lavoie is also the co-host of These Are Their Stories, a podcast about Law & Order, the co-host of Slate's parenting podcast Mom and Dad are Fighting, and the host of HGTV & Me. Lavoie was one of the first journalists to report that the hit podcast S-Town would be about an Alabama man rumored to have hidden $100,000. She has also appeared on numerous true crime shows as an expert on Investigation Discovery and other networks. Kevin Flynn, Lavoie's husband and co-author, is an award-winning journalist and the author of additional books including American Sweepstakes and Wicked Intentions. Flynn frequently appears on national television and has been seen on Deadly Sins, Unusual Suspects, Deadly Women, Killer Instincts, and On the Case with Paula Zahn. He is the co-host of These Are Their Stories. Flynn is known for his dad jokes and quick-witted one-liners, including his famous criticism that listeners of the Dirty John podcast were more upset with Debra Newell than the show's namesake, saying “It's called Dirty John, not Stupid Debra!” Flynn is also known for his unique style of segueing to and delivering the advertisements featured on the show. Toby Ball is a crime noir novelist who has written three books including The Vaults, Scorch City, and Invisible Streets. Ball is also the Program Director of the Crimes Against Children Research Center at the University of New Hampshire. He runs the Partners in Crime Media account on Patreon, where he hosts a monthly crime book club with special guests, a weekly fiction writing podcast, and other content. He also co-hosts the Radio Free Dystopia podcast. Crime Writers on used to include a segment where Toby Ball read a list of items purchased by listeners using the show's Amazon link. He is the podcast's resident cult expert. Lara Bricker is a private detective and freelance author whose work has appeared in the Portsmouth Herald, The Exeter News-Letter, The Hampton Union, Woman's World magazine, the Boston Globe, and the Associated Press. She has also written two books including How Do You Milk a Moose Anyway? and Lie after Lie: The True Story of a Master of Deception, Betrayal, and Murder. Bricker is responsible for choosing the Cat of the Week for each episode. After losing her beloved cat Stampy to an Easter lily, Bricker began to use her position as a podcaster to raise awareness about the dangers of plants that are poisonous to cats.
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