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With 27 seasons and almost 500 episodes, "Snapped" has covered some of the most shocking and chilling true crime cases in history.
Whether it's killers like Dennis Rader, the BTK serial killer who murdered 10 people over 17 years while taunting police, or Tracie Miles, who plotted the murder of her own mother, the long-running series has covered investigations all over the U.S.
While you may already know what channel "Snapped" is on and when new episodes air — Sundays at 6/5c on Oxygen — you might be surprised to know that episodes are available for streaming on-demand on almost all major platforms.
You can watch "Snapped" full episodes on your TV, smartphone, computer, and other devices at any time, whether you're at home or on the go.
Tuning in to your favorite true crime classic has never been easier, and these options below can help you binge "Snapped" whenever, wherever.
Download the Oxygen App
Even if you don't have a subscription, the app offers three free credits so you can watch without signing in.
Episodes are available on the app the day after they air.
Stream Episodes on Your TV
It's just as easy to watch "Snapped" episodes on your TV as it is on your device.
Need to purchase individual episodes? They're available on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, and Google Play. Get ready to watch "Snapped" on your TV whenever you want.
Watch Episodes Live
Want to watch "Snapped" episodes live, but don't have a cable subscription?
Oxygen series are available to stream on services like Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, and more.
All you need is an internet connection and subscription to one of the above.
Watch on Oxygen.com
Just click on whichever episode you want to watch and enter your TV subscription info.
Use any of these options to watch "Snapped," and enjoy streaming!
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