IMDb TV will launch true crime docuseries “Bug Out”, which delves into the mystery of the largest known live insect heist in history, on Friday, March 4. “Bug Out” will be available to stream exclusively on IMDb TV, Amazon’s premium free streaming service, in both the U.S. and the UK starting Friday, March 4.

The logline: “Bug Out” holds the magnifying glass to one of the most bizarre crimes in recent history: The theft of $50,000 worth of living bugs from the Philadelphia Insectarium. As detectives with the Philadelphia Police Department investigate, they find themselves entering an unknown and shadowy subculture. Discovering that the Insectarium may not be the wholesome family museum it appears to be, viewers will be taken into a criminal underworld like no other. This four-part investigative documentary series dives into this whodunnit through exclusive interviews with insect collectors, bug smugglers, and the law enforcement agencies charged with looking into this case.

From The Cinemart (“LuLaRich”, “Fyre Fraud”, “The Pharmacist”), “Bug Out” is executive produced by Jenner Furst, Julia Willoughby Nason, and Michael Gasparro, and directed by Ben Feldman.