Crime's Most Chilling Conversations Caught on Camera in Discovery's All-New Series "The Interrogation Room"

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03 January 2018
The Interrogation Room
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"The Interrogation Room"
Premieres Thursday, January 4 at 10 PM ET/PT on Discovery
          Criminal investigations are a tangle of stories and lies – they are puzzles solved by skilled detectives seeking justice. But how do they piece together the truth? It all starts in the interrogation room. Discovery will show what it’s like to be a fly on the wall during the most intense exchanges in the history of crime in THE INTERROGATION ROOM.
          From home invasions to murders, the series covers all facets of crime and the clever tactics used by detectives to obtain criminal confessions. Step into the rooms with detectives and suspects, and listen, verbatim, to the hair-raising conversations that end with convictions.
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          The premiere episode kicks off in the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan where Detectives Marcus Glover and Marty Albert are faced with uncovering the truth behind what seems like a cold-blooded murder. Just after midnight, 34-year-old Brent Luttrell is found dead in the middle of a rural country road. With little evidence pointing to a suspect, detectives run with their only lead: the ex-boyfriend of Luttrell’s girlfriend, Ashley Hadder. But when one suspect turns into six, the case becomes a web of deceit, denial and discord. With all interrogation rooms full, detectives must hone in on one to unmask the killer.
This 10-episode series explores the many rabbit holes within criminal investigations and puts you in the room for every interrogation. Stay tuned for stories of vanishing women, bodies in ashes, and eerie confessions, as THE INTERROGATION ROOM unravels one case at a time.

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