Olivia Colman and David Thewlis are a seemingly ordinary British couple who get caught up in an extraordinary murder investigation.
You’ve watched ‘Making a Murderer’ and those other high-profile true-crime series, but maybe these have flown under your radar.
This limited Netflix docuseries tries to answer some of the questions that were left unanswered after a grisly crime resulted in the death of 11 people all from the same family.
This four-part documentary series covers the story of an accused serial rapist in the 1970s who claimed that multiple personalities controlled his behaviour.
Dennis Nilsen might not be a name you’re familiar with, but his five-year London killing spree is the stuff of nightmares.
‘Heist’, a true-crime series that hits Netflix tomorrow (July 14), chronicles three of the biggest heists in modern American history, as explained by the people who pulled them off.
The crimes committed by members of the murderous occult known as the Krugersdorp Killers are the focus of a four-part docuseries coming out later this month.
The shocking murder of French documentary producer Sophie Toscan du Plantier in a rural Irish town is the focus of a new Netflix true-crime series.
The series uses a story about the mythical beast as a starting point for a closer look at a potential triple murder that is the stuff of legend in the Northern Californian mountains.
Forged documents about magic and salamanders, pipe bombs, and murder come together in what looks to be an excellent true-crime series.
The Cecil Hotel is often called Los Angeles’ deadliest hotel, with a dark and at times twisted history. The 2013 disappearance and death of Elisa Lam has only added further flames to the fire.
The long-running show, which first aired in 1987, has helped crack an estimated 260 cases. It’s hoped the Netflix reboot can add to that tally.
In 2018, Shanann Watts and her two children went missing in Colorado, with her husband Chris appealing for America’s help.
The docuseries will cover the stories of five of the world’s most infamous criminals, from the crimes they committed through to how they’ve evaded capture for so long.
In July 2013, a four-year-old boy in Williamson county, a suburb outside of Austin, Texas, told his parents that he had been sexually assaulted by a high schooler he called Greg.
Earlier this week, Joseph James DeAngelo Jr, better known as the Golden State Killer, admitted to 13 murders in court, saying an ‘inner voice’ made him carry out the killings.
The ’80s classic ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ has been rebooted, but it still hopes its viewers will help to solve the unsolvable.
‘The Innocence Files’ is a docuseries about those who fight to free the wrongly convicted, while uncovering massive flaws in the US justice system.
When law enforcement appeared to drop the ball, Dan Schneider wasn’t about to let those responsible for his son’s murder get away with it.
In the US during the late 80s and early 90s, McDonald’s ran an immensely popular Monopoly-inspired game with massive prices for those who struck it lucky. Or so they thought.
Aaron Hernandez had the world at his feet, a $40 million contract, and a shot at sporting glory – until it all came crashing down.
It’s hard to listen to ‘Serial’, perhaps the most famous podcast of all time, without feeling sorry for Adnan Syed, who has spent the last 20 years locked up for the murder of Hae Min Lee.
True-crime shows continue to increase in popularity. You may have seen some of the bigger international shows, but how about a few closer to home?