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5 Fan-Favorite True Crime Shows You Can Stream On The Oxygen App With Xfinity xFi

From “Cold Justice” to “Smiley Face Killers: The Hunt for Justice,” these are the series to watch.

By Oxygen Staff
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When streaming your favorite true crime shows on the Oxygen app, we know you want a fast in-home WiFi connection. That is why we love the reliable speed, coverage, and control of Xfinity xFi.

With xFi, you can easily binge “Cold Justice” and “In Ice Cold Blood” thanks to its fast speeds. Need to pull the family away for dinnertime? Just use the xFi app to pause WiFi on any connected device.

Whether you are catching up on the most recent episodes of your favorite shows or watching them live on the Oxygen app, xFi provides the best in-home WiFi experience. If you need to find your next true crime obsession, here are five shows you can watch on the Oxygen app with xFi.

1. “Murder for Hire”

From Executive Producer Dick Wolf and Shed Media, “Murder for Hire” gives an exclusive look into the dark world of contract killings, showcasing some of the most fascinating murder for hire cases ever caught on tape. In an alarming trend, investigators are seeing a sharp increase in hired hits across the country, and those attempting to have others murdered include housewives, wealthy bankers, military officers and even grandmothers. From scorned lovers to jealous relatives, the show explores in rare, never-before-seen footage, how a seemingly good relationship can go wrong and the emotions surrounding the reveal when an intended victim discovers a hit has been taken on their life. New episodes air Sundays at 7/6c.

2. “Cold Justice”

From executive producer Dick Wolf and award-winning producers Magical Elves, “Cold Justice” follows veteran prosecutor Kelly Siegler and her rotating team of seasoned detectives – Johnny Bonds, Steve Spingola, Aaron Sam, Tonya Rider and Abbey Abbondandolo — as they dig into small town murder cases that have lingered for years without answers or justice for the victims. The “Cold Justice” team has worked with local law enforcement from across the country on more than 65 cases and has successfully helped bring about 37 arrests and 18 convictions. Watch new episodes on Saturdays at 6/5c.

3. “Uncovered: The Cult of Yahweh ben Yahweh”

Hulon Mitchell Jr., aka Yahweh Ben Yahweh, devoted his life as the spiritual leader of the Nation of Yahweh, which he founded in 1979. During a time of racial divide, violence and corruption, his mission was to rehabilitate drug riddled neighborhoods in Miami. However, within just a few years, his controversial leadership led his members to a darker side, which some say turned the organization into a terrifying cult. “Uncovered: The Cult of Yahweh Ben Yahweh” explores how Yahweh Ben Yahweh manipulated thousands, led with intimidation and gained political influence for more than a decade. Watch the two-hour special now.

4. “In Ice Cold Blood”

Grammy and NAACP Image Award winner Ice-T (“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”) uses his distinct voice as host and executive producer of “In Ice Cold Blood" to guide viewers through shocking true stories involving sex, money, obsession – or a fatal cocktail of all three. With in-depth interviews and archival footage, each hour-long episode spotlights a shocking mystery characterized by expert detective work, unforeseen twists and jaw-dropping discoveries. When some of the most basic human desires – sex and money – cloud our judgment with lust and greed, they run the risk of dangerous consequences. Tune in Monday at 8/7c for new episodes.

5. “Smiley Face Killers: The Hunt for Justice”

Smiley Face Killers: The Hunt for Justice” follows an active private investigation spearheaded by retired New York Police Department Detective Kevin Gannon and his veteran team of investigators as they work with victims’ families and top forensic experts to investigate whether a notorious string of mysterious, accidental drownings might really be homicides. Could they all be connected to a larger theory of The Smiley Face Killers? Catch up on the Oxygen app.

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