Host David Ridgen joins victims' family members as they investigate cold cases, tracking down leads, speaking to suspects and searching for answers. S1: Adrien McNaughton. S2: Sheryl Sheppard. S3: Dee & Moore. S4: Greavette. S5: Kerrie Brown. S6: Donald Izzett Jr.
Introducing: Life Jolt
Life Jolt - prison slang for a life sentence - examines the lives of women navigating Canada’s correctional system. The team gained unprecedented access to the Grand Valley Institution prison, the federal pen for women in Ontario, for a full year. They followed women going into prison for the first time, spoke with lifers who have been there for years, and parolees as they left. Hosted by Rosemary Green, a former inmate herself, Life Jolt focuses on individual women’s stories and the realities of prison life, and explores a wide range of issues including parenting behind bars, segregation, the over-representation of Indigenous women, addiction, trauma and the many obstacles of reintegration. More episodes are available at: smarturl.it/lifejolt
SKS S5 Extra: Spread the Word
David and Trevor follow new tips in the Kerrie Brown case and learn more about who the 911 caller may have been looking for on the night Kerrie was murdered.
S6 Episode 5: The Test
David looks deeper into Donnie’s case file to try piecing together his final days and hours, while Debra takes a new approach to try shaking something loose. New revelations ensue.
S6 Episode 4: Fragments
Debra proposes a new dig on a Mississippi property in her search for answers. Could it be the spark the case needs?
S6 Episode 3: Frenemy
Detectives interrogate an apparent witness about his involvement in Donnie’s disappearance and question his credibility. Is he telling the truth or is there more to the story than he’s letting on? Meanwhile, David tracks down the witness’s family and friends to get to the bottom of his story.
S6 Episode 2: Pitfire
Debra notices a man repeatedly named in Donnie’s case file as a potential witness. Yet police never spoke to him. Could he be the key to finding out what happened to Donnie?
Very will written and tells an intriguing story
Season 1 Review
Tbh I think you could skip this season. He stretches a hours worth of information over 10 episodes.
Just started season 2 - once again he is talking to people who have no real information for way too long.
Something to listen out for - he keeps mentioning to everyone that he dislikes how to press call her a ‘stripper’ just so everyone knows he super woke.
Interesting but no ending
Each season starts of very intriguing but the seasons don’t come to a conclusion or find anything out, they just reinterview people. Good to get a personal side of stories but wouldn’t consider this investigative journalism