TV ONE’S TRUE CRIME MONDAYS CONTINUES IN MARCH WITH NEW EPISODES OF FATAL ATTRACTION AND FOR MY MAN
The debut of the new series, For My Woman airs on Monday, March 20
The mid-season return of Justice By Any Means airs on Monday, March 27
SILVER SPRING, MD. – March 6, 2017 – TV One’s True Crime programming block continues in March with an action-packed block of new episodes of the network’s hit crime and justice series Fatal Attraction and For My Man on Monday nights, plus the premiere of the series spin-off, For My Woman on Monday, March 20 and the mid-season return of Justice By Any Means on Monday, March 27.
Beginning at 9 p.m. ET, Fatal Attraction delves into real-life stories of criminal acts committed under the guise of love and the tragic consequences that turn deadly. Recounting stories of love-gone-wrong, each episode consists of first-person interviews from loved ones, accounts from investigating officials, interrogation footage, recreations of pivotal moments and haunting cinematography.
Immediately following at 10 p.m. ET, For My Man is jam-packed with new incredible stories of the lengths some women will go to keep the love of their man. Shedding light on the outrageous and shocking stories of women who have been arrested for a crime they committed in the name of love, each episode includes interviews of those closest to the events – family members, friends, witnesses, investigators and journalists – as well as psychologists, lawyers and when possible, the subjects themselves.
Next, the debut of For My Woman premieres on Monday, March 20 at 10 p.m. ET. The true crime series features the outrageous and shocking stories of men who have been arrested for a crime they did in the name of loyalty and love for their woman.
Finally, the month culminates with the mid-season return of Justice By Any Means on Monday, March 27. Hosted by Malik Yoba, the one-hour re-enactment crime and justice series tells the untold stories of family members, friends and good Samaritans whose relentless pursuit of justice resulted in retribution for crimes committed on the victims the law forgot.