#Murder Canceled TV One Series Not Returning for Season 2
Social media has a lot more influence and power as most of us would like to believe – and this series takes us to the very dark side of the internet
Siohban Lee was a bubbly teen that you could always find on her phone scrolling through social media or hard at work earning money for college. That is, until she was found shot to death one wintery night in Washington DC. With almost nothing to go on from the scene of the crime, detectives turn to the pages of social media to find out who would want to hurt this beautiful barista. Little did they know, Siohban's online accounts would lead them straight to her killer.
Before the summer of 2010, 21-year-old Tiara Brown was a bright, young mother of two pursuing a nursing degree in Jacksonville, Florida. But with her husband deployed at sea and her marriage on the rocks, Tiara turns to Craigslist in search of male companionship—a choice that proves to be fatal. When Tiara's body is found in the middle of a gruesome crime scene, investigators must carefully follow her online footprints to track down her ruthless killer before he strikes again.
22-year-old Shannon Griffin was the new guy in St. Petersburg, Florida. Handsome but painfully shy, Shannon had trouble meeting friends in his new town – he preferred to stay home alone and play video games. So it came as an utter shock to his family when he is found shot to death behind an abandoned home. Detectives discover that Shannon turned to the Internet to meet new people. He made tons of friends online – but now that he was found dead, it appeared he also made some enemies.
28-year-old Michael Sandy was a young designer and social butterfly who lived in a trendy borough of Brooklyn. In addition to his close friends, Michael sought companionship through online chat rooms. But on an October night in 2006, Michael's fun turned to horror when his habit of trusting strangers on the Internet placed him in a life-threatening position. To bring Michael justice, investigators must scour the web to put a face to a screen name.
16-year-old Ivan Redding was a talented tattoo artist who moved to West Palm Beach, Florida. But Ivan made enemies when he posted on Facebook that he would always rep his hometown of Riviera. Many local kids fought with Ivan, and the violence continued to escalate until he was fatally shot – but by whom? Rumors were swirling that someone threatened to kill Ivan on Facebook, but the post had since been deleted. Detectives turn to cyberspace to unlock the mystery behind a murder sparked by social media, and fueled by jealousy and wounded pride.
Aspiring rapper, Naressa Turner was a talented single mom from St. Paul with big dreams and an even bigger social media presence. Well known throughout her community because of her active social media use, Naressa was on her way to a successful rap career. But when she is found fatally shot in the passenger seat of an SUV, investigators uncover shocking clues on her Facebook account that could point to her killer.
15-year-old Mikarah Sanders and 16-year-old Matthew DuBois were two typical teenagers in a whirlwind romance. The two were inseparable; when they weren't together, they were messaging on MySpace. But when a New Year's Eve in Seattle ends in the mysterious shooting of Mikarah and Matthew, police scour social media to piece together the crime. Their search for answers would reveal a tale of jealousy, rage, and the murder of an innocent teen.