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"Killer Couples" is in the same vein of the long-running true-crime series "Snapped," which tells stories of people who commit murder or attempt murder, but with a focus on couples who commit crimes. Using re-creations and firsthand accounts, each episode digs into a case, telling the story of the couple's romance, how the relationship evolved from love to manipulation, and what ultimately led the couple to commit the crime. The stories range from teenage lovers who go on a multistate crime spree to lesbian lovers who want to eliminate one of their husbands.

Latest episodes

aired 18 days ago
A high school love triangle turns deadly in Nevada desert.
aired 18 days ago
A vacationing couple's disappearance exposes the horrific crimes of a murderous husband and wife.
aired 18 days ago
The discovery of a dead body casts suspicion on an unlikely high school romance.
airs in 4 days
The death of a wealthy businessman exposes a bizarre murder conspiracy.
airs in 4 days
A young couple becomes the primary suspects in the bizarre death of a police officer.
airs in 4 days
A single mother finds romance with an old friend, but their lives are upended by a deadly secret.
airs in 4 days
Grandparents fall under suspicion when their son's fiance mysteriously disappears.
aired 64 days ago
A couple's scheme for money and desire doesn't turn out exactly as they had planned.
aired 64 days ago
In a desperate attempt to begin a new life together, two lovers vow to take out the one person who stands between them, true love, and a million-dollar life insurance payout.
aired 64 days ago
A couple kills a coworker and plots to kill some of her former lovers.
aired 64 days ago
A couple kills a former bourbon street dancer.
aired 64 days ago
Paige Linville and Mario Moreno's desire for new thrills take them to deadly heights - more than once.
aired 64 days ago
A couple's desperation for money and violent sex fantasies lead to a woman's murder.
airs in 4 days
Desperate teen lovers trigger a deadly chain of events.
airs in 4 days
A woman's friendship with a younger man falls under suspicion when her husband is brutally murdered.
airs in 4 days
A woman reconnects with her childhood boyfriend, but their rekindled romance falls under suspicion when someone close to them is savagely murdered.
aired 73 days ago
Two desperate, young lovers lead investigators on a cross-country manhunt full of murder and mayhem; hearing directly from one of the suspects in an exclusive interview.
aired 73 days ago
A married couple is suspected of foul play when a beloved school teacher goes missing.
aired 78 days ago
A deeply religious woman and her bible-study partner become the primary suspects in an execution-style murder.
aired 79 days ago
Two teen runaways become ensnared in a homicide investigation when someone who disapproved of their relationship is discovered murdered.
aired 127 days ago
A wife's betrayal leaves her jealous husband plotting revenge, and the consequences are deadly.

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