NYPD Retired Chief of Detectives Robert K. Boyce Dives Deep into Some of the Worst Murders in the City’s Recent History in the Series’ Second Season
Oxygen, the home for high quality true crime programming, investigates murders that shook the city to its core, and the unrelenting grit shown by law enforcement, family and friends who stopped at nothing to get justice for the victims when “New York Homicide” premieres Saturday, June 10 at 9:00pm ET/PT following a new episode of “Accident, Suicide or Murder.”
Having served the city for 35 years, NYPD Retired Chief of Detectives Robert K. Boyce has seen the best and worst of its citizens. In season two of “New York Homicide,” he provides insight on the heart wrenching cases that had the metropolis on edge, and what it took to bring the killers to justice.
This season delves into 20 New York City cases ranging from the seemingly accidental death of a successful banker, the murder of a well-connected realtor with ties to Hollywood and the shooting of a retired law enforcement officer in Brooklyn, among others.
THE ALMOST PERFECT CRIME – Premiering Saturday, June 10 at 9:00 pm ET/PT
Millionaire banker and mother-of-two Shele Covlin had it all, until she fatally slipped and fell in her Upper West Side bathtub. But days after her burial, information emerges, and the NYPD realizes this may be no accident.
THE FIFTH AVENUE PENTHOUSE SLAYING – Premiering Saturday, June 17 at 9:00 pm ET/PT
Linda Stein was a realtor to the stars, selling luxury New York apartments to Steven Spielberg, Bruce Willis, and Bette Midler, among others. When Linda is found bludgeoned to death in her apartment, the murder immediately becomes front-page news. Her larger-than-life personality meant Linda made enemies as well as admirers. With limited evidence from the crime scene, only painstaking sleuthing can identify her killer.
THE BROOKLYN MURDER RAMPAGE – Premiering Saturday, June 24 at 9:00pm ET/PT
When a retired cop is found shot to death on a subway train in Brooklyn, detectives soon discover that his death is linked to two other shootings in the previous thirteen hours. With the victims seemingly chosen at random, police worry that any New Yorker could become the next target. The pressure is on to track down the suspects before they strike again.
“New York Homicide” is produced by ITV America’s Good Caper Content in association with Central Park Entertainment. Jordana Hochman, Sarah Howell, Brian DeCubellis, Alison Dammann, Diane Warshay and Michele Warshay are the executive producers.
ABOUT OXYGEN TRUE CRIME
Oxygen True Crime is a multiplatform crime destination for women. Oxygen True Crime remains one of the fastest-growing cable entertainment networks with popular original programming, including the flagship “Snapped” franchise, “Cold Justice,” “Injustice with Nancy Grace” and breakout event series such as “Catching a Serial Killer: Sam Little,” “Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project” and “Aaron Hernandez Uncovered.” The network’s digital platform continues to reign as the #1 website dedicated to true crime, and in 2022 the network had its best year in primetime in eight years. Oxygen True Crime’s over-the-air platform recently launched in select US markets. Oxygen True Crime is part of NBCUniversal Television and Streaming’s Entertainment portfolio, which includes NBC, Bravo, E!, Oxygen True Crime, SYFY, Universal Kids, USA Network and Peacock. For more information, visit oxygen.com.
ABOUT GOOD CAPER CONTENT
Good Caper Content, an ITV America company, develops and produces an array of projects for broadcast, cable and streaming platforms, and is devoted entirely to crime and investigative programming. In addition to Oxygen’s New York Homicide, recent and current Good Caper series and specials include Final Moments (Oxygen), BTK: Confessions of a Serial Killer and the upcoming Exposing Parchman (A&E); Fruitcake Fraud and Holy Heist (discovery+); True Life: Crime (MTV) and Taken at Birth (TLC). Good Caper also has projects in development with networks and platforms including CBS, Netflix and ID, among others.
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