WHO THE (BLEEP) DID I MARRY? examines stories of couples where one spouse has hidden a shocking secret. From bank robbers to bigamists to international spies, these compelling and sometimes shocking characters will have viewers shaking their heads in disbelief and wondering how the truths behind these scandalous spouses were kept hidden for so long.
Each half-hour episode weaves together the first-person tales of these doomed marriages, from their nuptial bliss to the jaw-dropping revelation about their significant other. WHO THE (BLEEP) DID I MARRY? premieres Wednesday, August 25 at 10 PM (ET) on Investigation Discovery.
“As a brand-expanding series for the network, each episode takes viewers on a voyeuristic peek into these bizarre marital mysteries to shed light on things that aren’t always as they seem,” said Henry Schleiff, president and general manager of Investigation Discovery. “While we all have moments in life where we wonder how we got ourselves into situations that we didn’t see coming, WHO THE (BLEEP) DID I MARRY? puts the spotlight on these spouses, personifying this very question.”
The first two episodes of WHO THE (BLEEP) DID I MARRY? include:
Don Juan Down Under: Premieres Wednesday, August 25 at 10 PM (ET)
Donna Andersen waited her entire life to find a soul mate. One day, her dreams were answered in the form of a dashing Australian entrepreneur who promised to be the companion she was hoping for. After a whirlwind three-day romance, he proposed, they married six months later, and Donna was happier than she’d ever been. Little did she know that his charming ways were just a mask for the real man her husband would turn out to be – a man who cheated, lied and stole thousands of dollars from everyone who crossed his path, including his new wife.
Mr. Good Times: Premieres Wednesday, September 1 at 10 PM
Shot point blank in the head by her husband’s teenage lover, Mary Jo Buttafuoco was lucky to escape with her life. The salacious story became a media frenzy that took the nation by storm, but Mary Jo stayed with Joey for another 11 years of marriage. Finally, in 2003, after surviving a nearly fatal shooting, a whirlwind media blitz and immeasurable heartache, Mary Jo finally closed that chapter of her life. This is Mary Jo Buttafuoco’s unbelievable story.
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