Looking for a new show that you can be as obsessed with as Keeping Up With The Kardashians? A fatal attraction is just around the corner…
Thursday 20 February, 11pm, Investigation Discovery (CH 168). Also available for 30 days in Catch Up > Channels > Investigation Discovery
Following on from the success of true crime series Twisted Sisters, about sisters committing crimes, Khloé Kardashian has executive produced another Investigation Discovery show. Twisted Love recounts six stories of what happens when love turns fatal. These shocking crimes of passion from across the US involve families, friends and partners, and include workplace romances, affairs and disapproving parents.
Khloé has had her fair share of ups and downs to contend with when it comes to love, especially as she’s constantly in the public eye. Most recently, her relationship with Tristan Thompson, the father of their one-year-old daughter, True, broke down due to allegations that he was unfaithful. Twisted Love, however, will not be exploring her personal life, which she joked about on her Instagram Stories. She wrote: “My TV show titles are very ironic LOL. These titles and TV shows have been in the works for years.”
The premiere episode, “The Hand That Rocks the Cradle”, introduces you to Arnold and Tammi Cuyler, who ask Tammi’s cousin Chasity to help take care of their children. When Tammi suspects an affair, the marriage is put into jeopardy and tragedy waits round the corner…
The series also features “Hell To Pay”, about a double murder and a religious grandmother who doesn’t support her granddaughter’s relationship with a new girlfriend, and “If I Can’t Have You”, about a recently divorced woman who meets two dead men walking.
Tweeting about the show, Khloé wrote: “Relationships can be complicated, and these never-before-seen stories show just how dangerous it can be when love turns lethal.”
But how well do you know the Kardashian-Jenner Klan’s own love lives? Take our quiz to find out…
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