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Bloodthirsty Preachers And ‘Twisted Killers’ — 8 True Crime Shows To Watch This January
"Monster Preacher," "Framed By The Killer," "A Deadly Mistake," "Florida Man Murders," and more are coming to Oxygen in January for Nine Nights Of Twisted Killers. Here's how to watch.
January is notable for being one of the coldest, darkest months of the year — so what better time to watch shows about the darkest, most cold-hearted killers out there?
From Jan. 9 to Jan. 17, Oxygen will be airing its Nine Nights Of Twisted Killers marathon featuring new true crime programming that dives into truly horrifying and shocking murderers.
Featuring new episodes of Oxygen classics like "Snapped" and "Killer Siblings," the launch of the second season of "An Unexpected Killer," and the premiere of new series and specials like "Florida Man Murders," "Exhumed," "Framed By The Killer," "One Deadly Mistake," and "Monster Preacher," this Oxygen marathon is essential viewing for any true crime buff. So, how do you watch?
Now, it's easier than ever to dive into Oxygen programming, with full episodes available for streaming on your TV, smartphone or computer, wherever you are. Watch episodes with the Oxygen App, available on iOS and Android by simply entering your cable, digital or satellite TV subscription information — or take advantage of three free credits Oxygen offers for watching without signing in. Most shows are also available on AppleTV, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku and through Chromecast. Individual episodes can be purchased on iTunes, Amazon, Vudu, and Google Play as well.
Shows that are in-season can be streamed live with your Sling TV, Hulu Live TV, or YouTube TV subscription. And you can always watch whole episodes right here at Oxygen.com by entering your cable subscription information. Pick the platform that works for you and start your streaming with Oxygen!
"Killer Siblings" shows just how far down a dark path some will go with family members by their sides. In the Jan. 9 episode, the Lunas brothers embark on wildly different lifestyles— one becomes a member of a Mexican cartel, while the other becomes a border patrol agent — but a murder halts both of their rises. Meanwhile, the Jan. 16 episode features the Bruce brothers, three brothers who murder a mussel distributor and his fiancée and will stop at nothing to get away with the crime.
"Florida Man Murders," a new series from Blumhouse Television, focuses on America's most notorious and outrageous killers from the Sunshine State — often referenced as "Florida Man" in headlines. In the premiere episode, Michael and Susan "Missy" MacIvor are a newlywed couple murdered in their home after a tropical storm rips through Tavernier in the Florida Keys. Follow along as investigators and prosecutors detail how they unraveled the case's strange twists.
Are you a diehard fan of "Snapped"? Well, then you need to watch "Snapped: Inside The Episode," which digs deeper into the case and reveals new details you need to see to believe. On Jan. 6, learn more about Opal Williams, who killed her husband in a vicious murder plot, and on Jan. 13, learn more about Anne Throneberry, who led a law enforcement team on a manhunt through the Ozarks.
And of course, there will be an all-new episode of "Snapped," airing Sunday, January 10 at 6/5c.
It's always obvious who the killer is on a true crime show, right? Not in "An Unexpected Killer." Watch the Season 2 premiere to learn about a successful TV producer and mom who was shot dead in her home. Was the murderer her estranged husband? (It is always the husband, after all, as they say.) But when investigators dive deep into the case, they discover a truly shocking culprit.
Ice-T is the executive producer behind this new limited series, with each episode focusing on a case where the killer seemed clear — until it turned out someone was being framed.
In the premiere, a businessman is found dead on the side of the road – and an autopsy leads to a sex cult and mysterious twists and turns. The killer? Someone no one ever suspected.
Maybe you watched "Silence of the Lambs" and shuddered at the idea of the basement pit — who could do such a thing? Unfortunately, that particular movie element drew inspiration from a very real and very depraved criminal: Gary Heidnik, a Philadelphia pastor who kidnapped and tortured six women in his basement, ultimately leading to the death of two.
Oxygen's two-hour special digs into Heidnik's brutal crimes with exclusive interviews with two of the survivors, culminating in an emotional reunion.
On "One Deadly Mistake," investigators try to unravel a complex murder case — until one piece of evidence is found and solves the killing. In the premiere, Kathy Blair is murdered in her Austin, Texas home. Investigators attempt to track down her killer — but when another couple turns up dead in the same neighborhood, they have to work against a ticking clock, with the community fearful the murderer will strike again.
From executive producers Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos, “Exhumed” examines gripping murder cases in which unearthing a victim’s body is the key to solving the twisted crime. Each episode features a suspenseful exhumation that leads to justice being served. The premiere episode follows the case of Diana Kelley, who was found dead in Joplin, Missouri — and years later a strange coincidence connects her suspicious death to the murder of another Joplin resident, breathing new life into her case.