Fox Nation’s True Crime Series with James Patterson

NEW YORK (AP) — James Patterson is launching a true crime series on the Fox Nation streaming service.
“Unsolved With James Patterson,” hosted by the million-selling author, premieres Monday and will air in three segments.

According to Fox Nation, Patterson’s series will cover a trio of unsolved murder cases: the death of a Louisiana teacher who became increasingly unstable and was locked in his house with a gun and camera before being found with a gunshot wound to the head; a Utah student who joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and disappeared soon after; and a selfless San Francisco resident who went missing and was later found dismembered.

“I am absolutely fascinated by these cases,” Patterson said in a statement.“The fact that these are true stories – and that we can help bring justice to the victims and their families – is very special.”

Patterson, whose books have sold more than 400 million copies, has written many horror stories, as well as nonfiction books about the Kennedy family and John Lennon, among others.

Last week, Fox Nation announced that it had reached an agreement with Martin Scorsese to host, narrate and produce an eight-part religious documentary titled “Martin Scorsese Presents: The Saints.” Copyright 2024 The Associated Press. Material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

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