TONIGHT! Season Finale of The Genetic Detective: The Hot Case

Investigative genetic genealogist CeCe Moore gets an urgent email from a St. George, Utah, detective asking her to work her first-ever “hot” case – the rape of a 79-year-old woman that happened just three weeks prior. CeCe gets to work, knowing the rapist could easily strike again. During this episode, CeCe also sees the first jury trial conviction from a case on which she worked – the suspect identified in the murder of Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg from the series premiere. Interviews featured in the episode include victim and activist Carla Brooks, St. George Police Department’s Detective Josh Wilson and reporter Jessica Miller.
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Don’t miss tonight’s season finale of The Genetic Detective – The Hot Case – featuring genetic genealogist CeCe Moore!

ABC News presents a new prime-time series, The Genetic Detective that follows investigative genetic genealogist CeCe Moore and her work with DNA technology company Parabon NanoLabs.

ABC News presents a new prime-time series, The Genetic Detective that follows investigative genetic genealogist CeCe Moore and her work with DNA technology company Parabon NanoLabs.

In the series, Moore and her team are revolutionizing crime solving by working with police departments and accessible crime scene DNA to help trace the path of a criminal suspect’s family tree, uncover their identity and bring them to justice.

Tonight’s Episode: The Hot Case

Investigative genetic genealogist CeCe Moore gets an urgent email from a St. George, Utah, detective asking her to work her first-ever “hot” case – the rape of a 79-year-old woman that happened just three weeks prior. CeCe gets to work, knowing the rapist could easily strike again. During this episode, CeCe also sees the first jury trial conviction from a case on which she worked – the suspect identified in the murder of Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg from the series premiere. Interviews featured in the episode include victim and activist Carla Brooks, St. George Police Department’s Detective Josh Wilson and reporter Jessica Miller.

Investigative genetic genealogist CeCe Moore gets an urgent email from a St. George, Utah, detective asking her to work her first-ever “hot” case – the rape of a 79-year-old woman that happened just three weeks prior. CeCe gets to work, knowing the rapist could easily strike again. During this episode, CeCe also sees the first jury trial conviction from a case on which she worked – the suspect identified in the murder of Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg from the series premiere. Interviews featured in the episode include victim and activist Carla Brooks, St. George Police Department’s Detective Josh Wilson and reporter Jessica Miller.

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