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'Killer Relationship with Faith Jenkins' Returning For Season 2
Judge Faith Jenkins returns to host Season 2 of the Oxygen True Crime series "Killer Relationship," premiering this spring.
Oxygen, the home of high quality, true crime programming, has renewed the true crime docuseries “Killer Relationship with Faith Jenkins” for a 13-episode second season. Produced by Texas Crew Productions and Faith Jenkins, the second season premieres this spring, and the first season is streaming on Peacock.
“Killer Relationship with Faith Jenkins” explores the twisted tales of intimate relationships that had a passionate and promising beginning only to devolve into a mysterious and murderous ending, revealing the deadly side of romance. Faith Jenkins’ unique perspective as a former criminal prosecutor in the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, her work with couples whose marriages were on the brink of disaster, and her writing on relationship red flags put her in a remarkable position to provide commentary on relationships gone terribly wrong.
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During its premiere season, “Killer Relationship with Faith Jenkins” reached nearly 7 million total viewers and ranked #1 amongst total viewers and women aged 18 to 49 among cable originals in L7 (live viewing, plus seven days of DVR and on-demand) in its time slot.
“Killer Relationship with Faith Jenkins” is produced by Texas Crew Productions and Faith in Justice Productions. David Karabinas, Russell Heldt and Brad Bernstein serve as executive producers for Texas Crew, and Faith Jenkins serves as executive producer for Faith in Justice.
In season one, the series covered the disappearance of devout Christian Abby Blagg, the murder of Alexandra Pesic, and the investigation into a multiple murderer.
Host Faith Jenkins discussed the lessons she's learned as a criminal prosecutor during CrimeCon: Give Back-a-Thon in November. She emphasized that one of the more important qualities of a healthy relationship is independence.
"Number one, I think, is a healthy respect for boundaries," Jenkins said. "You know when you're in a relationship, you're depending on one another for support. It's a symbiotic relationship, but also you don't want to be too dependent on another person."
In contrast, an unhealthy relationship is one in which partners no longer feel they can fully be themselves with each other, Jenkins said, explaining, "A relationship is not about controlling another person. When you're in a relationship with someone, you don't own the other person. You're in a partnership. It's not your job to change somebody else and to make them into who you want them to be."
Season one of "Killer Relationship with Faith Jenkins" is streaming now on Oxygen and Peacock.