According to Hulu, "Missing is a docuseries that uncovers the untold stories of people who vanished, bringing to light compelling cold cases that never received the attention they deserved. Missing seeks to correct that while uncovering clues that bring us closer to the truth."
"Every murder investigation begins with the victim's last day and the crucial clues left behind," Peacock's description reads, "investigators explore the final hours of unsuspecting victims to determine what—and who—caused their death."
"Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth returns to her hometown to investigate Oklahoma's most infamous murders," Hulu's description reads. "Keeper of the Ashes is the true story of three young Oklahoma girls, found murdered after their first night at sleep-away camp. The tragedy, as well as the manhunt and trial of their suspected killer, captivated the nation in the summer of 1977. But decades later, uncertainties surrounding the case continue to haunt the Tulsa community, local law enforcement, and the victims' families."
"Truth is not what it seems," Hulu teases in the series description, "as the underworld of fashion, the billionaire class, and Jeffrey Epstein are revealed to all be inextricably intertwined with the rise and fall of this legendary brand."
The four-part Peacock docuseries details the rise and fall of polygamist cult leader Warren Jeffs, who was convicted of two felony counts of child sexual assault in 2011. "The series features interviews with Jeffs' former wife Vicki Thompson and their children Wendell and Sarah, members of law enforcement who were instrumental in the raid on the Zion Ranch and the lawyers involved in Jeffs' sentencing," according to the streaming platform. The series is told from the perspective of his so-called "favorite" wife Naomi Jessop.
Season two of the Oxygen series details the lengths criminals will go to in order to manipulate someone into committing a crime for them.
Streaming now on Peacock.
"I Just Killed My Dad is an unprecedented documentary series, which tells the unbelievable, never-been-told-before true story of the Templet family," Netflix said of the upcoming series. "Anthony Templet shot his father and never denied it. But why he did it is a complex question with profound implications that go far beyond one family. This three-episode documentary series explores the psyche of Anthony leading up to the events of June 3, 2019 and the journey of his mental and emotional aftermath."
I Just Killed My Dad premieres Aug. 9 on Netflix.
The Netflix docuseries examines the rise of Warren Jeffs, who is the leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. It's a shocking look at what happened behind closed doors, with former members recounting their time in the extremist group.
"The Most Hated Man on the Internet tells the story of one mother's mission against the self-styled 'King of Revenge Porn,'" Netflix's description reads, "after nude photos of her daughter are posted online."
According to Netflix, "The series looks at the 50-year quest to find the mysterious man who hijacked a Northwest Airlines passenger jet in November 1971 and escaped with $200,000, never to be seen again. Five decades. Few clues. Too many suspects. The identity of skyjacker D.B. Cooper remains one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century."
HBO is releasing the new documentary The Princess Aug. 13, ahead of the 25th anniversary of Princess Diana's tragic death. According to the network, the documentary "is a visceral submersion into Diana's life in the constant and often intrusive glare of the media spotlight. The film unfolds as if it were in the present, allowing viewers to experience the overwhelming adoration, but also intense scrutiny of Diana's every move and the constant judgement of her character. Through archival material, the film is also a reflection of society at the time, revealing the public's own preoccupations, fears, aspirations, and desires."
"A young mother's mysterious death and her son's subsequent kidnapping blow open a decades-long mystery about the woman's true identity," Netflix teases, "and the murderous federal fugitive at the center of it all."
"Unfolding over six years, this six-part docuseries chronicles an anarchy movement," the description reads, "that led to a strange and deadly series of events."
According to the description, this is "the story of six individuals convicted, and later exonerated, for a 1985 murder in Beatrice, Nebraska."