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'The Jinx' premieres on Indian television with 'Star World Premiere Mini Series of the Month'

02-September-2016
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'The Jinx' premieres on Indian television with 'Star World Premiere Mini Series of the Month'

Star World Premiere HD is all set to premiere ‘The Jinx: Life and Deaths of Robert Durst’. The six-part profile of Durst premieres in India this Saturday and Sunday, September  3 and 4.

Directed by Andrew Jarecki, it is based on the real life story of the scion of a wealthy real estate heir, Robert Durst showcasing the strange and bizarre details of the murders that he has been suspected to commit.

The channel introduced an internationally renowned television viewing format in India with a dedicated slot each month ‘Star World Premiere Mini Series of the Month’. Through this, Star World Premiere HD premieres only the most celebrated, award-winning and critically acclaimed miniseries on the first weekend of every month, 7 PM onwards in India. The series is the second offering of the channel of the format. 

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