It’s a sad day for fans of true crime television in general and groundbreaking show Homicide Hunter in particular. Lieutenant Joe Kenda, whose matter-of-fact delivery and dry humor helped turn the show into an international hit, has announced that Homicide Hunter Season 9 will be the show’s last.
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Carl Marino, the man responsible for bringing Lt. Joe Kenda's exploits to life on the small screen, recently took to social media to celebrate the finale of season 6–and make a long-awaited announcement about the future of Homicide Hunter.
A recent defamation lawsuit against Lt. Joe Kenda offered a glimpse at how Homicide Hunter really works. Are Joe Kenda's cases real? Read on to find out...
Homicide Hunter's Joe Kenda is as unassuming and matter-of-fact in real life as he is on television. The former Colorado Springs homicide detective doesn't put on airs in part because, in the man's own words, the effect of his work on his personality has been so profound that he turns to his duties as a narrator in order to unburden himself. Keep reading for more about Kenda's unbelievable track record, the pride he takes in his show, and what he does when the show occasionally gets something wrong.