Tubi’s New Original True Crime Series Debuts Next Month with an Early Preview on Amazon Fire TV




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Tubi announced its new series Meet, Marry, Murder will be rolling out next month as part of its new Original content slate. The crime series will premiere Oct. 6 with all 13 bingeworthy episodes dropping at once on the free streaming service. In the week leading up to the release, Tubi will unlock a special preview of Meet, Marry, Murder exclusively on Amazon Fire TV, beginning Friday, Oct. 1 through Tuesday, Oct. 5.

The 13 episode series is hosted by Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Gossip Girl alum Michelle Trachtenberg, who is also a successful producer and writer. Trachtenberg takes viewers through dozens of stories of those who became their lover’s victims, with interviews from witnesses including family, best friends, matchmakers, and more, revisiting the locations where the romances first blossomed, and where it all went wrong.

“At Tubi, we are excited to expand our offerings within the true crime genre with the premiere of MEET, MARRY, MURDER,” said Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer, Tubi. “Viewers’ fascination with true crime content is ever-growing and we know MEET, MARRY, MURDER will captivate audiences and keep them at the edge of their seats.”

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