ID to telecast ‘I'd Kill For You’

MUMBAI: ID- Investigation Discovery presents dangerous love stories in its brand new series ‘I'd Kill For You’. The series will showcase how lust and jealousy can change a happy and romantic love story into a fatal one.

‘I'd Kill For You’ will premiere on 5 January and will air every Monday to Saturday at 10 pm.

‘I'd Kill For You’ exposes chilling crimes committed by men and women with twisted agendas who use their lovers as murder weapons. Whether they're after the inheritance of their elderly husband, have their eyes set on a younger model, or are trying to stake claim to their partner's life insurance, these men and women will stop at nothing to live their own happily ever - even if it means a tragic end for someone else.

Sharing details about the new series, Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific executive vice president and general manager – south Asia & southeast Asia Rahul Johri said, “In a short span of time, ID has seized the viewers’ attention with its unique and engaging programmes. ‘I'd Kill For You’ will further enhance ID’s offerings in the Hindi entertainment space and viewers will enjoy the surprising twists and turns in the series.”

How far can someone go for the one they love? Can they lie, die or even kill for them? ‘I'd Kill For You’ lifts the lid on unbelievable crimes in which one human's love, loyalty or devotion is chosen over another's life. These pre-meditated, highly calculated killings are all orchestrated by a twisted manipulator, who uses their love and power as the ultimate murder weapon.


These are stories of love affairs poisoned by deadly sin, greed and rage. Each episode features in-depth interviews with family, friends and authorities on the case who provide the missing details that patch together pieces of the investigation. Cinematic recreations illuminate the drama, mystery and tragedy of these all too real crimes.


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