Law&Crime Network Premieres ‘Prime Crime Tonight With Jesse Weber’
Law&Crime, a 24/7 true crime and live trial network, is adding Prime Crime Tonight hosted by Jesse Weber to its primetime programming slate. The new true crime program takes a deep dive into high profile and shocking criminal cases that have garnered national attention in recent years.
Premiering on Sept. 25 at 9:30 p.m. ET after Law&Crime Daily, the show will analyze theories surrounding Scott Peterson murdering his pregnant wife, will dig into why Chris Watts brutally killed his whole family, and will map out the Golden State Killer’s campaign of terror. The true crime series will also focus on ongoing cases such as Lori Vallow Daybell, the Idaho mother who has been accused of murdering her two children, and the conspiracy of the Dan Markel assassination, who investigators believe was killed as part of a murder-for-hire motivated by Markel’s divorce. Weber will unpack these details to try and figure out what is at play and who could or should be held accountable.
Prime Crime Tonight is hosted by Jesse Weber, who will sit down with experts as well as people involved in the cases. Together, they will revisit the police interrogation tapes, the bodycam footage, 911 phone calls and the most explosive moments in court.
“There is incredible interest in the True Crime format but many of these infamous cases that really impacted the psyche of the country have never been analyzed in detail like this before,” said Law&Crime President Rachel Stockman. “We’re going back to the original sources, first-hand accounts and archival footage to offer viewers new and exclusive insights into the cases that riveted the nation.”
Jesse Weber is an attorney and anchor on The Law&Crime Network. He is also the co-host on Always In Fashion, currently airing on WOR-AM New York and on the iHeartRadio App globally. He is a fill-in host on The Dan Abrams Show and Chris Cuomo’s Let’s Get After It on Sirius XM Radio. Weber is an analyst as well on news and talk programs on Fox News, CNN and CBSN, as well as on Dr. Oz and Entertainment Tonight.