With the 20th anniversary of the murder of JonBenet Ramsey approaching, there have been multiple specials and events televised, with a great deal of public interest still invested in the unsolved case. When a young girl named JonBenet Ramsey was found killed in her family’s home in 1996, the nation because consumed by her murder, which today still remains a mystery though there have been many theories. Tonight and tomorrow airs a two-part docu-series on the events surrounding the murder, the investigation itself and new theories. The series was originally supposed to be six hours long, but it was cut down to four in light of all the other JonBenet Ramsey specials that have aired since the announcement of the show. Get the details on how to watch the show, what times the series airs, which days to watch and more below.
DATES: September 18 and 19, 2016
TIME SLOTS: Sunday, 8:30 – 10:30 p.m. ET/8 – 10 p.m. PT and Monday, 9 – 11 p.m. ET/PT
TV CHANNEL: CBS – Check with your local TV provider (Verizon FIOS, Optimum, etc.) for the exact channel number. You can also click here to check out all CBS affiliate stations in various locations.
OFFICIAL DOCU-SERIES SYNOPSIS: Former investigators of one of the highest profile unsolved murders in recent history unite to re-examine the tragic case 20 years later in “The Case of: JonBenet Ramsey” (previously titled “Case Closed”), a four-hour limited event docu-series from Emmy Award-winning Executive Producer Tom Forman. Night one premieres Sunday, September 18, 2016 … The previous investigators include former New York City prosecutor, retired FBI supervisory special agent and profiler Jim Clemente; world-renowned forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee; former chief investigator for the District Attorney in Boulder, Colorado, James Kolar; leading forensic pathologist Dr. Werner Spitz; and retired FBI supervisory special agent and forensic linguistic profiler James Fitzgerald. New experts reviewing the case include former New Scotland Yard criminal behavioral analyst Laura Richards and retired FBI supervisory special agent and statement analyst Stan Burke … The scope of the highly skilled team’s investigation includes re-examining crucial evidence using advanced technology and forensics, recreating the crime scene by building full-scale replicas of key rooms from the Ramsey house, conducting extensive interviews and introducing new theories.