With Michelle Trachtenberg slated to host ‘Meet, Marry, Murder’ Tubi is providing crime fans with another show to watch.
In an article published today, Deadline reports, “FirstLookTV and FilmRise are producing the 13-part series.”
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 21, 2021 – Tubi (www.tubi.tv), FOX Entertainment’s free streaming service, today announced its upcoming true crime docuseries, MEET, MARRY, MURDER, as part of its all-new original content rollout. Hosted and executive-produced by Michelle Trachtenberg, the series will premiere Wednesday, Oct. 6 with all 13 episodes dropping on the platform. In addition, Tubi will unlock a special preview of MEET, MARRY, MURDER exclusively on Amazon Fire TV, beginning Friday, Oct. 1 through Tuesday, Oct. 5.
American actress and model Michelle Trachtenberg (born Oct. 11, 1985) is a former child star. In addition to commercials and films, she has appeared in many television series.
As a child, Trachtenberg appeared in commercials; she began acting at the age of three. Her school years were filled with acting and dancing, including regular TV appearances at age 10 and later.
“The series investigates what happens when a commitment to lifetime love ends up taking someone’s life instead. The series explores the true stories of people who were murdered by their partners. It features interviews with witnesses, including family, friends, matchmakers and more, to discuss the tragic unions. Episodes focus on cases such as the murder of a woman by her estranged husband, the killing of a husband by his wife in a devastating car chase involving his mistress, and more devastating crimes.”
“At Tubi, we are excited to expand our offerings within the true crime genre with the premiere of Meet, Marry, Murder,” remarked Tubi Chief Content Officer Adam Lewinson. “Viewers’ fascination with true crime content is ever-growing and we know Meet, Marry, Murder will captivate audiences and keep them at the edge of their seats.”
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