Investigation Discovery New Show ‘Did He Do It’ Premieres Thursday, April 2

The Brooklyn District Attorney’s office top prosecutor Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi and award-winning defense attorney and Investigation Discovery (ID) host, Darren Kavinoky, are two of the toughest trial lawyers in the nation, battling in the courtroom to protect the innocent and seek justice for victims everywhere. Going head-to-head to break down some of the trickiest murder trials in history, Nicolazzi and Kavinoky hope to answer the single most important question in court in the all new ID series, DID HE DO IT? Premiering Thursday, April 2 at 10/9c, DID HE DO IT? puts the accused center stage as Nicolazzi and Kavinoky craft and reveal their arguments for the case, leaving the viewer to decide DID HE DO IT?

“With two of the best lawyers in the world presenting their respective sides of the case, viewers will be able to view the evidence from the unique perspectives of both the prosecution and the defense,” said Kevin Bennett, general manager of Investigation Discovery. “ID is thrilled to share Kavinoky and Nicolazzi’s undeniable knowledge and expertise as they debate the ultimate question of innocence.”

DID HE DO IT? follows Nicolazzi and Kavinoky as they present their respective prosecution and defense arguments of a case. Transporting viewers to the forefront of famous homicide trials, each episode features one highly-debated story interlaced with expert commentary from Nicolazzi and Kavinoky, as well as friends, family, law enforcement and victims of the crimes.

DID HE DO IT? is produced for Investigation Discovery by Britespark Media with Nick Godwin as executive producer and Kim Flitcroft as series producer. For Investigation Discovery, Ron Simon is executive producer, Sara Kozak is senior vice president of production, Kevin Bennett is general manager, and Henry Schleiff is Group President.

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