Oxygen does it again with this in-depth series on the Lovers' Lane Murders. For those who don't recognize the crimes, here's what you need to know: Within the same three-week time span between 1986 and 1989, three couples were found murdered and another pair disappeared. Now, starting Feb. 11, former prosecutor Loni Coombs and former FBI Special Agent Maureen O'Connell work to uncover the truth behind the string of killings, also referred to as the Colonial Parkway Murders.
Watch the Oxygen series' two-night premiere on Thursday, Feb. 11 and Friday, Feb. 12, starting at 9 p.m.
This highly-anticipated documentary seeks to explain the pop star's rise to fame and subsequent "unraveling" by interviewing those who were closest to her at the time. Additionally, The New York Times will attempt to understand the "Toxic" performer's relationship with her father, Jamie Spears, who is accused of masterminding her ongoing conservatorship.
Though it's not exactly true crime, it merits watching when the documentary premieres on FX on Feb. 5.
This Spotify podcast, made by Pineapple Street Studios, in association with Gimlet, is taking true crime lovers back to the '80s with this Chippendales tale. Host Natalia Petrzela will explore how two men built Chippendales into a Los Angeles hot spot and, as Natalia describes, "how paranoia and greed turned Chippendales into a hotbed for drugs, corruption, and murder."
Listen to the podcast on Spotify on Wednesday, Feb. 10.
This HBO limited series reimagines the investigation into the 2017 murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall. Follow along as detectives, journalists and deep water divers search for answers to Kim's tragic death, which made headlines across the globe.
According to HBO, the series was made in close collaboration with Kim's parents, Ingrid and Joachim Wall. See the results of their participation when the series premieres on Monday, Feb. 1.
This four part series from Netflix explores the controversial history of one of Downtown Los Angeles' most infamous hotels. Though the Cecil Hotel has been home to many infamous figures, including serial killers Richard Ramirez and Jack Unterweger, this season focuses on the death of Canadian tourist Elisa Lam, whose nude body was discovered in the hotel's water tank. Listen to firsthand accounts from hotel guests, detectives and Elisa herself when the series premieres on Feb. 10.
In honor of Valentine's Day, every Thursday through the month of February, the Spotify Original podcast Serial Killers is retelling the stories of true crime's most murderous couples. Hosts Greg Polcyn and Vanessa Richardson will not only detail the crimes, they'll also delve into the psychology of the following couples: Ray and Fay Copeland, Alton Coleman and Debra Brown, Gerald and Charlene Gallego, and "The Lonely Hearts Killers" Ray Fernandez and Martha Beck.