Garcelle Beauvais is branching out from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills to narrate a true crime series on real crimes.
The actress and reality star is partnering with Oxygen for Real Murders of Los Angeles.
The true crime series premieres Oct. 6, and will take viewers “into the dark underbelly” of the glamorous city, per Oxygen.
Among the crimes followed on the show is the murder case of Sherri Rae Rasmussen, a newlywed who was found beaten and fatally shot in the apartment she shared with her new husband in 1986. Twenty three years later, detectives re-examined evidence in the cold case, including a bite mark on the victim’s arm, that led them to the unlikely killer – a scorned LAPD Detective.
Oxygen describes the cases followed on the series as the “true stories of victims whose dreams were shattered by ruthless killers whose lust for fame and fortune led them to commit salacious, sinful and scandalous murders.”
The show is the third installment in the franchise following Real Murders of Orange County and Real Murders of Atlanta.
Real Murders of Los Angeles premieres Friday, Oct. 6 at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
Below are details on the upcoming episodes:
101 – Murder on the Marquee – Premiering Oct. 6 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
After the proprietor of the thriving Silent Movie Theater is viciously gunned down in his own lobby, the LAPD leans on luck, a hit TV series and its vast network of informants to uncover a conspiracy to commit murder.
102 – Final Photograph – Premiering Oct. 13 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
When a beloved model, actress and former L.A. Raiderette cheerleader vanishes in broad daylight after leaving her Hermosa Beach home, a media frenzy engulfs the entire city as detectives embark on a desperate search for a sociopathic killer.
103 – Tunnel of Terror – Premiering Oct. 20 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Detectives are plunged into a world of occult worship and shadowy characters as they try to solve the brutal murder of a promising UCLA student found butchered in a railroad tunnel that has a diabolical reputation.
104 – Once Bitten – Premiering Oct. 27 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
The shocking murder of a Van Nuys newlywed goes cold for 23 years until detectives bent on justice revisit the brutal evidence, including a bite mark on the victim’s arm that leads them to the most unlikely killer.