In season three, we continue watching several cases and scenarios that end in murder.
Maria Sanutti-Spencer revelled in her dad Rocco’s criminal past, and threatened violent retribution for anyone who crossed her. As her marriage broke down, her husband, Frank, saw first-hand what Maria and her father were capable of.
Claire and Andrew Tavener were a sociable couple. But when Andrew drank, he became paranoid and possessive. So when he threatened to kill his 'cheating' wife, his friends wrote it off as the rambling of a drunk.
Dallas Augustine had a rocky start in life, including a famous mother cut down in her prime by a murderous husband. Then, when she met Jessie McCaskill, it seemed her life had fallen into place. But their marriage soon descended into violence.
Jessica was swept off her feet by businessman Sonny. He totally adored her and her daughter, but adoration soon turned to jealousy and controlling behaviour. When she finally tried to leave him, it ended in two brutal murders.
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Tom and Kelley Clayton were an alpha couple: attractive, athletic, popular. Drawn to the professional hockey player’s bad boy reputation, she would later discover just how bad her cheating, scheming husband really was.
Debbie Griggs had three young kids, and was pregnant with her fourth. But she believed husband Andrew was sleeping with a teenage girl, and had threatened divorce. That’s when she went missing, and it would take cops 20 years to uncover the truth.
After his first marriage ended in divorce, Omar Murray saw Alisha Noel as giving him a second chance at love. But she wanted more from life than Omar could give. Eventually, she realised Omar was worth more to her dead than alive.
Glenna and Marty Duram’s marriage was always volatile. They argued about money and Glenna’s gambling habit. Jokes about killing one another barely raised an eyebrow - until the day Marty was actually found dead.
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Sophie and Martin Cavanagh had a fairytale wedding. Sophie worked hard to give the family a better life, but Martin’s jealousy drove the couple apart, and he went to desperate lengths to stop her finding love elsewhere.
Manling Tsang and Neal Williams were youngsters who fell into marriage in a hurry. Neither was well prepared for parenthood or the responsibilities of adult life. Manling planned to rid herself of her young family in a scheme of breathtaking cruelty.
Alice Farquharson was the centre of her family. Her husband Keith was a police officer with a chequered history of misogyny and extramarital affairs. When Alice unexpectedly died, her family and police were shocked to discover the cause.
From the outside, Assia Newton had it all. But she lived in fear of her violent and controlling husband, Kelvin. When Assia finally escaped, she dreamt of a new life. But Kelvin still ruled her life… and he would end it.