The Deadly Women Series has aired internationally on the Discovery Investigation Channel since 2006. The series is produced in Australia by Beyond International.
Historically, homicide was considered almost exclusively the domain of men. However, women who murder have existed throughout history. Sometimes their methods and motives were unique; other times their reasons were all too common. Deadly Women studies the highly intriguing, always fascinating, inevitably tragic clues and circumstances surrounding 'women who murder'.
The company responsible for creating the Deadly Women Series, 'Beyond International' from Australia, fly's teams of researchers and photographers around the world every year to interview people and film places for the episodes. In 2013, they flew a team to Boston and Fall River, MA, to film and research the circumstances of the brutal stabbing bludgeoning deaths of Andrew and Abby Borden, in 1892. Andrew's daughter, Lizzy Bordon was tried and found innocent of the brutal deaths of her father and step-mother in their home. No one else was ever charged with their murders. As a result, speculation continues as to 'what really happened'.
This episode, which aired in 2014, celebrated the 100th episode of "The Deadly Women Series".
Filming the Deadly Women Series.