"From love triangles that implode to office romances exposed, stories of passionate love affairs turned crimes of passion aren't just happening on daytime television," reads the "Deadly Affairs" website. "They happen in real life and, sometimes, are even stranger than fiction."
Lucci, one of the most famous faces in daytime television, checked in live via satellite to give 3TV's Kaley O'Kelley the lowdown on the new show.
"'Deadly Affairs' tells real-life tales of love gone terribly wrong — from wandering eyes at the workplace leading to adulterous romps in the supply closet to bible-study couples tempted by lust to commit the ultimate sin — proving affairs can be murder on the heart."
Each episode features two stories.