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Pink Collar Crimes 

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Pink Collar Crimes is an outrageous true crime series inspired by a growing crime wave in the country: felonious females. These are the impossible-to-believe, often absurd, true stories ... See full summary »
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Jade Ramirez Warner ...  Louise Mulder 2 episodes, 2018
Maralyn Facey ...  Judge Jordan 2 episodes
Gregg Brown ...  Jamila's Lawyer 2 episodes, 2018
Ronnie Kerr ...  Officer Sanders 2 episodes, 2018
Bryan Lillis ...  Jesse Mulder 2 episodes, 2018
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Pink Collar Crimes is an outrageous true crime series inspired by a growing crime wave in the country: felonious females. These are the impossible-to-believe, often absurd, true stories about the most unexpected women - PTA moms, country-club chairwomen, and more - who took big risks, pocketed the big cash and then served a hard time. Each episode includes insight and analysis from the prosecutor, author, and television correspondent Marcia Clark.

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Not bad - give it a try!
12 August 2018 | by booksrbest13See all my reviews

Pink collar crimes is a docu-series exploring the growing crime graphic of female criminals. Watching from the first episode, I think that this series has great potential. I thoroughly enjoy how each episode is something new, showcasing crimes that may be overlooked or not noticed as much, because it was a female perpetrator.

Yes - some reenactment scenes can be hokey but the overall play-by-play of the entire episode flows nicely. The show really tries to match up little details of each reenactment, such as wig color or item placement - to really help the viewer understand what is happening. Also, most episodes seem to have family/friends/colleagues of the perpetrator to help set the storyline, while other episodes can be narrated by the perpetrator herself (See Ep 5: She Wolf of Wall Street). They both have their own charm and I really enjoy seeing how the women reflect on their actions.

I don't know where all the negative reviews are coming from, but I really hope that this show can have a chance for a 2nd season. I think that the concept is interesting and doesn't really take itself serious since the crime/punishments have already been settled in court or taken place years ago. It's just a breath of fresh air.

Give this show a chance! It might be your new Saturday night show.


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