Next Episode of The First 48 is
Season 19 / Episode 10 and airs on 21 February 2020 01:00
A&E brings the critically acclaimed Real-Life series, THE FIRST 48, one of the most watched non-fiction investigative series on cable and AFTER THE FIRST 48, back for more action-packed drama.
The First 48 takes viewers behind the scenes of real-life investigations as it follows homicide detectives in the critical first 48 hours of murder investigations, giving viewers unprecedented access to crime scenes, interrogations and forensic processing. The series follows the nation's top police departments and this season will include the homicide detectives of New Orleans, LA, who will be joining top detectives from Miami, Louisville, Charlotte, Birmingham, and Harris County, TX. (source: www.aetv.com)
In Memphis, Sergeant Caroline Mason and her team respond to a convenience store shooting, where surveillance cameras captured the last few moments of a man's life. Investigators must sift through the footage for clues that will point them to the killer.
Miami detectives find a man murdered outside his own apartment. While hunting for the killer, they uncover the victim's inner life, revealing a man torn between who he is and what he believes. In Memphis, a tragic triple shooting leaves two young men dead and one fighting for his life in the hospital. Detectives soon find out that the deadly shooter and his partner may be kids, too.
Miami detectives Ricky Martinez and Fernando Bosch investigate the double homicide of a husband and wife. As they race against the clock to find the killer, they discover that their best witness in the case tragically also has the most at stake. And in Memphis, Sgt. Ron Collins and his team must solve the mystery behind a car discovered on the edge of town.
In Memphis, TN, Lt. Toney Armstrong and his team respond to a shooting where the killer may be barricaded in his apartment. Then the stand-off gives way to a dispute among friends where detectives must determine if the shooter was acting in self-defense, or not.
Miami detectives respond to the stabbing murder of an elderly man found dead in his home. After collecting key evidence on the crime scene and talking to witnesses, Detective Rolando Garcia starts to suspect the victim's emotionally unstable nephew may have committed the murder.
In a spin-off from The First 48, this special features the most popular detective from the series, Joe Schillaci. He's passionate, crafty and charming, and uses all of these traits to track down the bad guys. Schillaci has just been promoted to Lieutenant and he has a brand new job heading up a high-profile special operations team called the Jump Out Crew.
Dallas Homicide Detectives respond to a call about a body in the charred remains of a car. Digging into the victim's life uncovers a dangerous lifestyle with questionable friends. With each interview, a new piece of the puzzle is revealed and investigators take one step closer to the killer.
In Memphis, Sergeant Mitch Oliver and his team respond to the murder of a man shot in his car while parked at a local mini market. In order to track down their shooter, detectives must rely on witnesses who sometimes hide more than they reveal.
Detectives learn a woman shot dead in a convenience store may not have been the intended victim; a man is murdered outside in broad daylight.
At a gruesome crime scene in Dallas, TX, Detective Rick Duggan finds a badly decomposed body. To solve the case, detectives delve into the victim's past leading them on a trail lined with love and deceit. In Memphis, a dead body mysteriously dumped in an empty field has Detective Tim Helldorfer and his team scrambling for leads.
On a rain-soaked Memphis morning, Sgts. Tony Mullins and Mitch Oliver respond to a drive-by shooting, and learn that the victim is an innocent bystander. The man who says he was the intended target lead Mullins and Oliver on a manhunt for two brothers alleged to be the driver and the shooter. And in Dallas, when a man is shot to death in a van, Det. Dale Lundberg must untangle a web of conflicting stories about the man's identity to try to find his killer.
In Memphis, TN, Sergeants Bill Ashton and Caroline Mason hunt for the killer of a beloved neighborhood "Candy Lady", shot through her closed front door. From the projects of the city to the trailer parks of the countryside, they leave no stone unturned in their search for the elusive killer.
In Dallas, a young woman is found stabbed, beaten, and burned on a bed. The victim's 12-year-old niece and her mother are missing. Lead Detective Dale Lundberg soon discovers that this murder is extremely personal. In Memphis, Sgt. Mitch Oliver is investigating the homicide of a pool hustler found dead in a seedy motel room.
A Memphis motel turns into a war zone when a gunfight leaves two men dead and another critically injured. Sgt. WD Merritt and the homicide team spring into action to find their shooter. In Kansas City, homicide Det. Everett Babcock leads the investigation into the shooting death of a two-year-old baby. To Babcock's surprise, an eight-year-old witness leads police on a nationwide manhunt.
Miami homicide detective Freddy Ponce is called to the brutal beating death of a homeless man. After finding what he believes is the suspect, Ponce's case takes an unexpected turn. In Kansas, a grandmother is found stabbed to death in her kitchen. Detective Ray Lenoir hunts down several potential leads, but it is the forensic evidence that finally reveals their suspect.
In Memphis, a gas station clerk is shot in an armed robbery. The clerk hits the store's panic button, locking his killer inside. Moments later, the clerk dies from his wounds. When Sgt. Kevin Lundy arrives on the scene, the store is sealed, with no way out, and the killer is gone.
In Memphis a local athlete and a friend are ambushed in their car in the parking lot of a jamboree. The friend survives and aids in the investigation. In Miami a tourist visiting for his son's 17th is robbed and murdered. After some basic police work they have a suspect and must find him.
In Dallas, a woman is shot in while sitting in her car. Detective Eddie Ibarra and the homicide team focus in on two suspects swept up in a robbery investigation, and the pieces of the murder mystery begin to fall into place. In Detroit, a young woman and her daughter are shot dead in their apartment.
In Kansas City, Missouri, a young man is found dead in the middle of an apartment complex. With no leads or witnesses, Detective Ed Begley is hoping the victim's cell phone can help him find the killer. In Memphis, a case gets personal for Sgt. Caroline Mason when a woman is killed in the neighborhood where she grew up.
In Dallas, detectives are working a shooting that left a 26-year-old woman dead, when a mysterious caller gives them a one word nickname - "Mississippi." In Miami, an elderly man is found duct-taped and beaten to death outside his house as his wife of forty years is asleep inside. Detectives have to find out whether the murder is a simple robbery, or a twisted act of retribution.
In Memphis, a young couple goes missing. Fearing the worst, family members contact authorities for help. So the Memphis Homicide team finds themselves in an unusual situation: instead of investigating the loss of a life, they may be able to save one. In Miami, detectives are faced with the puzzling case of a young man shot behind a barbershop.
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