The series focuses on the true story of Anthony Templet, a teenager in Louisiana who shot and killed his father in June 2019.
When investigative journalist Matt Birkbeck looked at the eyes of the little girl who sat next to her father in that picture back in 2002, he immediately knew something was “terribly wrong”.
As the trailer for ‘Our Father’ shows, all it took was a DNA test and an unfortunate stop on Ancestry.com for his “children” to put it all together.
John Wayne Gacy murdered at least 30 young boys and men and earned the nickname ‘the Killer Clown’.
The Orlando Pirates goalkeeper, who also captained Bafana Bafana on a number of occasions, was gunned down in front of six eyewitnesses. It’s the sort of murder that has long been whispered about.
Out of the hundreds of true-crime series to watch these days, NBC’s satire ‘The Thing About Pam’ has a number of factors that make it stick out.
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.
The channel’s popular video focuses primarily on the interrogation of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooter Nikolas Cruz.
One might say that we are living in the golden era of true-crime storytelling, with podcasts often leading the charge.
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.
Netflix’s new suspense thriller, ‘I Am All Girls’, is based on a global child sex trafficking syndicate alleged to have operated in the final days of apartheid South Africa.
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.
A new true-crime docuseries on Netflix suggests that the man dubbed the Son of Sam wasn’t acting alone.
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.
Last year, Peter Madsen finally admitted that he had murdered Kim Wall, who went missing after Madsen took her out to sea in his homemade submarine in August 2017.
In 1971, a man hijacked a plane, was given $200 000 in ransom money, parachuted out of said plane in a black suit, and was never seen again. It remains the only unsolved plane hijacking in US history.
If you enjoyed the series about two FBI agents tasked with interviewing serial killers to solve open cases, then this documentary along similar lines should be t your liking.
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.