VH1′s “Famous Crime Scenes” To Tackle Music’s Most Shocking Deaths
VH1 is set to air a new series that tackles music and showbiz industry’s most shocking deaths. “Famous Crime Scene” will give viewers a new take on the infamous death of Tupac Shakur, John Lennon, and Michael Jackson, among others. The network has rounded up the key persons in the death of the celebrities, including witnesses and investigators. From the first 911 call to the final police report, the show will use expert interviews and true-to-life reenactments, including advanced computer graphics to give viewers different accounts leading to the crime. The show will also lead viewers to tour virtual crime scenes in search for clues and to learn the science behind the investigators’ findings, including ballistics, fingerprints, DNA evidence, toxicology, profiling, and more. “Famous Crime Scenes” will feature half-hour episodes beginning on Friday. It will feature the deaths of Tupac Shakur (Feb. 12), Anna Nicole Smith (Feb. 19), Michael Jackson (Feb. 26), John Lennon (Mar. 3), Selena (Mar. 12), Marvin Gaye (Mar. 19), and Notorious B.I.G. (Mar. 26).