When 40-year-old immigrant Mamadou Berry is horrifically murdered, ATL Homicide detectives set out to find his killer. Velazquez and Quinn wonder if the murder was a hate crime or a deadly love triangle, but the truth turns out to be far more dangerous. The next episode of TV One's new hit series ATL HOMICIDE gives the audience an inside look at one of Atlanta's most notorious gangs on Monday, September 17 at 10/9C.
The yearlong investigation pits Detectives Quinn and Velasquez against the International Robbin Crew, a gang of violent thieves that don't hesitate to use deadly force on their targets. Information from an informant leads them to discover the lethal gang has left a trail of bodies across the city. Before they're able to gather enough evidence to put the killers away, unfortunately, more blood is shed.
ATL HOMICIDE is flipping the true crime genre on its head. Each episode focuses on one dramatic murder case told in Quinn and Velazquez’s own words. The audience is immersed in the action - as if it’s happening in the moment - following two of Atlanta’s most decorated Homicide detectives as if they were on the case in their prime. ATL HOMICIDE is produced for TV One by Wide Net Productions and Jupiter Entertainment.
The compelling new true crime series from TV One, ATL HOMICIDE premiered as the network’s top-performing Monday primetime series among overall viewers in 2018 (excluding Image Awards night on January 15, 2018). The series now ranks as TV One’s top-rated true crime series debut in three years among P/W25-54, and the second-highest viewed true crime series in the network’s history among P/W25-54. The premiere scored a .29 Rtg/163k among P25-54.