Fox Nation teams with ‘Alex Cross’ author James Patterson for true crime docuseries

James Patterson (Source: Allen Eyestone/The Palm Beach Post/ZUMA Wire/Alamy Live News)

American novelist James Patterson is the latest famous name to partner with streaming service Fox Nation, with the immediate launch of a new true crime series.

The three-part Unsolved With James Patterson dropped today on Fox Nation, with the author hosting the show that examines three unsolved murder investigations.

Patterson will dive into the cases of Nanette Krentel of Louisiana, Elizabeth Salgado of Utah, and Brian Egg of California. Each episode of the series will feature interviews with those closest to the investigations including friends, family members and detectives as Patterson walks viewers through the timelines and details that continue to unfold.

The show follows several high-profile partnerships for Fox Nation, with the streamer most recently teaming with Martin Scorsese for an eight-part religious docuseries that will explore eight men and women who risked their lives for their faith.

Patterson is the creator of the Alex Cross series, which will soon air as a TV adaptation of Amazon’s Prime Video streamer. He is also the author of the 24-book series, The Women’s Murder Club and the creator of the Jane Smith series and is about to release a collaboration with Michael Crichton called Eruption.

“For decades, James Patterson has captivated the country with his bestselling titles, and we are thrilled to bring his incredible talents in storytelling and suspense to Fox Nation,” said Fox Nation president Lauren Petterson.

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