For Immediate Release: 

London –Wednesday 5th August 2020 – Woodcut Media has been commissioned by Sky Crime to produce a second season of the true crime documentary series How I Caught the Killer, which is scheduled to TX October 2020. 

Currently in production and narrated by Rav Wilding (Crimewatch), Season 2 of How I Caught the Killer (10 x 1 hour) explores challenging homicide cases and reveals through first-hand accounts what it’s like to be a police officer working on some of the most complex murder investigations.  

Woodcut Media has also presold the new season to True Crime Network (previously Justice Network) and A+E Networks Italy for Crime + Investigation

Kate Beal, CEO, Woodcut Media said: “We have been fortunate enough to have the in-house capability and expertise to be producing and delivering crime shows to meet demand throughout this pandemic.  We have continued to build momentum by finalising deals during this challenging period and as such, we are excited to announce the second season of this gripping series for Sky Crime.” 

How I Caught the Killer season 2 was commissioned by Jamie Morris, Director of Programme Strategy and Emily-Jayne Wilde, Scheduling Controller for SKY.  Executive Producers for Woodcut Media are Koulla Anastasi and Matthew GordonSeries Producers are Katie McDougall (who also series produced The Beverley Allitt Tapes for Sky Crime) and Guy Templeton


About Woodcut Media:

With offices in London and Hampshire, Woodcut Media, a member of the Anthology Group of businesses, is one of the fastest growing Indies in the UK, producing a broad range of factual programming. A leading true crime producer in the UK (Murder at My Door with Kym Marsh, The Beverley Allitt Tapes, The Killer in My Family, How I Caught the Killer, Jo Frost on Killer Kids, World’s Most Evil Killers, The Krays: The Prison Years), Woodcut’s  growing catalogue also includes specialist factual series (The Secret History of World War II, Royals on the Frontline, Wings of War, the hit ‘Combat’ franchise, Combat Ships, Combat Trains, Combat Machines, Combat Machines), premium docs (Tony Robinson’s VE Day: Minute by Minute, Fiennes: Return to the Nile featuring Sir Ranulph Fiennes and Joseph Fiennes, Cut From A Different Cloth and Mandela, My Dad and Me featuring Idris Elba, The Ivy and Football: A Brief History by Alfie Allen ) factual entertainment shows (World’s Greatest Palaces, How Hacks Work, Around the World in 80 Tricks, Paranormal Captured, World’s Scariest Hauntings).  Woodcut has secured a broad range of commissions from multiple broadcasters worldwide including Channel 5, Sky,  National Geographic, Smithsonian Channel, Discovery, CI, etc 

About the Anthology Group: 

The Anthology Group is made up of Anthology Studios and Anthology Theatre. Anthology Studios is currently six television and film production companies and a licensing company, all operating across the UK and internationally. Anthology Theatre is made up of a media investment fund advised by FCA regulated Anthology Advisory Partners and a theatre production company.  The group combines creativity and financial expertise to develop and produce scripted and unscripted, television, film, digital and theatre content. The group was founded by Bob Benton. Hilary Strong is Group Chief Executive Officer. Carolyn Bennett is Chair of the group parent Anthology Media.