Investigation Discovery is keeping up its business relationship with the Kardashians: ID has renewed true-crime series “Twisted Sisters,” which is executive produced by Khloe Kardashian, for Season 2.
“Twisted Sisters” goes inside the “most outrageous and provocative” crimes ever committed by, you guessed it, sisters. Each hour-long episode investigates the how and why this duo, bound by blood, has descended into darkness, ID says.
The series delves into the sisters’ evolution into evil through a series of interviews with immediate family members and close friends to learn what triggered their path towards a life of crime, the series description continues. Investigators and law enforcement anchor each story as they recount firsthand their unraveling of the case and try to make sense of the crimes committed.
“We were blown away by the response to the first season of ‘Twisted,’ and I’m excited to share the news of season two pick up with my fellow true-crime friends and followers” said Kardashian.
“The compelling and unique stories featured in this series kept ID viewers coming back week after week,” said Henry Schleiff, group president of Investigation Discovery. “There were no twists or turns in our decision to bring this hit back for another season so, we can’t wait to see what Khloe and her team has in store for next year.”
Season 2 is set to premiere in Summer 2019.
“Twisted Sisters” is produced by 44 Blue Productions, a Red Arrow Studios company. In addition to Kardashian, Stephanie Noonan Drachkovitch and David Hale are executive producers. Tammy Wood is showrunner.
Here is the logline for Monday’s Season 1 finale, titled “Breaking Point”: In Kerrville, Texas, a long-simmering family feud sets the stage for a violent showdown. When siblings from one of the families tries to turn their lives around, secrets emerge and put everyone’s lives at risk.
“Twisted Sisters” airs at 10/9c on ID.