Kerri-Anne Kennerley Joins Foxtel to Host ‘Behind Mansion Walls’ on CI Network

09 September, 2013 by IF

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Iconic Australian media personality Kerri-Anne Kennerley will join Foxtel as the host of true crime series 'Behind Mansion Walls' on Foxtel’s Crime & Investigation Network.

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The 13 x 60 minute series, produced by Beyond Productions, will premiere later this year and explore the mysterious real life cases of greed, betrayal and murder lurking within the walls of some of the world’s wealthiest homes.

Throughout the series, Kennerley will lead viewers through incredible tales of murder and mystery on a grand scale, where the victims and suspects include oil tycoons, real estate moguls and heirs to family fortunes.

From millionaires who have paid blood money to eradicate their enemies, to spoilt rich kids who have murdered family members for cash, to family dynasties that have imploded, Behind Mansion Walls shares the fascinating stories of crimes that have unfolded behind the veil of wealth.

“I’m thrilled to be hosting Behind Mansion Walls for the CI Network,” Kennerley said. “As the saying goes, truth is stranger than fiction and I can’t wait to take viewers on a journey in to some of the most incredible stories of high society true crime that you’ll ever see.”

Foxtel Executive Director of Television, Brian Walsh, said, “I am delighted to welcome Kerri-Anne Kennerley to Foxtel, marking her first project with Australian subscription television. Kerri-Anne joins a host of Australian television performers who have established successful franchises across the Foxtel channel community.

“Behind Mansion Walls is a fresh and unique format and I am certain that Kerri-Anne will resonate with viewers of Crime & Investigation Network.”

General Manager for the Factual Channels Jim Buchan said “We are delighted to have a television presenter of the calibre of Kerri-Anne to join us at CI to spearhead the popular 'Behind Mansion Walls' series.”

Behind Mansion Walls is produced by Beyond Productions and is exclusive to Crime & Investigation Network.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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