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A&E Network delves into the stories and circumstances that shaped our collective concept of the modern-day serial killer with the three-night event Invisible Monsters: Serial Killers in America beginning Sunday, August 15 at 9:00 pm (ET). The limited series will be the first to examine the intersecting paths of five of America's most notorious killers - Ted Bundy, John Wayne Gacy, Jeffrey Dahmer, The Green River Killer and BTK - who all operated during the same period, across two decades.
A&E Network brings back two acclaimed documentary series in August. Season two of Accused: Guilty or Innocent? will premiere on Thursday, August 19 at 10:00 pm (ET). It follows the dramatic inside stories - as they unfold - of 8 people facing trial for serious crimes they are alleged to have committed. Each claims to be not guilty or that their actions were justifiable, and put their fate into the hands of a jury. Season 2 of Kids Behind Bars: Life or Parole premieres Thursday, August 26 at 9:00 pm (ET). This is an original documentary series that tells the individual stories of previously convicted child offenders sentenced to mandatory life terms without parole who are now seeking resentencing, following a United States Supreme Court ruling. While some may be resentenced to life, others could be immediately released or given a new sentence that makes them eligible for parole.
The epic journey to the series finale of AMC's smash hit The Walking Dead will begin Sunday, August 22, as announced in a new teaser that ran during the Season 10 finale. The flagship series' final, expanded season will kick off with eight new episodes, the first of a massive 24-episode story arc that will bring the show's decade-long successful run to conclusion.
AMC Networks has greenlit Anne Rice’s Interview with the Vampire, a new series for AMC based on the bestselling novel, to premiere in 2022. Last year, the company acquired the rights to Rice’s works, encompassing 18 titles.