This docuseries tells the story of Ted Bundy, one of the most infamous serial killers in American history. It features interviews with Bundy himself, as well as with his victims, friends, and family.
This docuseries tells the story of Steven Avery, who was wrongfully convicted of murder and exonerated after 18 years in prison. The series then follows his subsequent conviction for the murder of another woman.
This docuseries tells the story of Michael Peterson, who was convicted of murdering his wife Kathleen. The series follows the case over a 16-year period, as Peterson maintains his innocence.
This docuseries tells the story of Robert Durst, a wealthy New York real estate heir who was suspected of several murders. The series culminates with Durst being arrested for murder after he is caught on tape admitting to killing someone.
This docuseries tells the story of the unsolved murders of several nuns at a Catholic school in Baltimore in the 1960s. The series explores the possibility that the murders were connected to a cover-up of sexual abuse by priests.
This docuseries tells the story of the bizarre bank robbery that inspired the 2016 film "The Fugitive."
This docuseries tells the story of a group of internet sleuths who track down a man who is posting videos of himself killing cats.
This docuseries tells the story of Richard Ramirez, a serial killer who terrorized Los Angeles in the 1980s.
This docuseries tells the story of David Berkowitz, the serial killer known as the Son of Sam.
This docuseries features interviews with convicted killers, who discuss their crimes and their motivations.