TWO NEW AMS PICTURES SPECIALS PREMIERE ON REELZ THIS WEEKEND
November brings two more AMS Pictures produced specials to the small screen! Drew Peterson: Killer-In-Law and Steven Avery: Confessions of a Killer” both premiere this weekend, Sunday, November 8, on Reelz.
Drew Peterson: Killer-In-Law – New special premieres on Sunday, November 8 at 8pm ET/ 5pm PT. Ex-cop and convicted killer Drew Peterson has been married four times. Three of his wives confessed to friends and family members that he was a violent abuser. His third wife Kathleen Savio called the police 18 times in three years before she wound up dead in her bathtub. She’d even sent letters to the state attorney’s office and local news outlets fearing for her life after repeated threats from Peterson. And his last wife, Stacy Peterson, has been missing since 2007. Now in Drew Peterson: Killer-In-Law three of Drew Peterson’s sisters-in-law Norma Peterson, Sue Savio Doman and Cassandra Cales speak out about his disturbing behavior patterns and what they knew before Kathleen’s death and Stacy’s disappearance. Also sharing with viewers their experience with Drew Peterson’s crimes is domestic violence awareness advocate and Stacy Peterson’s minister, Neil Schori, along with Kathleen Savio’s defense attorney Harry Smith who walk viewers through the Peterson story and other famous cases where repeated cries of abuse went unheard and ended in tragedy. Drew Peterson: Killer-In-Law is produced by AMS Pictures.
Steven Avery: Confessions of a Killer – New special premieres on Sunday, November 8 at 9pm ET/ 6pm PT. The 2005 murder of young photographer Teresa Halbach shocks the central Wisconsin community of Manitowoc County. A grisly crime scene of her burned bones is discovered at the family auto salvage business of Steven Avery who was recently released from prison after DNA evidence exonerated him of a rape but only after he’d served 18 years. But now arrested, charged and convicted of the Halbach murder Avery’s case becomes the subject of the popular documentary series in which defense attorneys cast doubt on Avery’s guilt once again. Now in Steven Avery: Confessions of a Killer Karl Wernecke who shared a prison cell with Steven Avery for three years reveals the making of Avery’s murderous mindset as he recounts years of private conversations they shared behind bars. From watching countless hours of true crime shows and listening to Avery comment on how he’d have covered up evidence in each case to his shocking and hateful outbursts aimed at female victims seen in the shows Wernecke reveals why he believes Avery is far from innocent in the Halbach case. Steven Avery: Confessions of a Killer is produced by AMS Pictures.