Could William Shatner be reinventing himself yet again—this time as a hard-hitting journalist? In an interview scheduled to air Thursday night, one of the infamous D.C. snipers, Lee Boyd Malvo, reportedly claims there were supposed to be not two, but three or four snipers involved in the tragic 2002 shooting rampage. Shatner conducted the interview on his new TV show Aftermath, airing on the Biography Channel; the show catches up with people who made headlines several years ago. But Malvo’s revelation was so newsworthy that A&E, which owns Biography, turned it into a one-hour special and sent the transcript to reporters in advance. Describing the show, Shatner said, “Whatever the reason is, and I really don’t know why, these people have opened up to me in a way that they haven’t opened up to anybody.” He added that one of the guests likened the interview to a therapy session.