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Social media can be a good thing when used properly, allowing people to catch up with friends and family who don't live nearby. Things can go wrong, though, when it's not used the right way. This series shows extreme examples of the negative outcomes that can result from social media usage. Episodes tell the stories of cases in which social media activity had dangerous -- sometimes deadly -- consequences. Cinematic re-enactments, witness testimony and expert interviews are used to present the tales that begin with something as simple as an online post or tweet and end with violence. Cases include an online feud between friends that results in a physical altercation and a seemingly innocent online connection to leads to a homicide.

Latest episodes

aired 345 days ago
A girl disappears one week after accepting a suspicious friend request.
aired 346 days ago
Sarah Ludemann finds out she's been sharing her boyfriend with another girl.
aired 346 days ago
An "unfriending" leads a couple from Tennessee to their deaths.
aired 346 days ago
A popular ladies' man befriends a beautiful stranger online and learns the hard way that not every woman is worth the chase or who they appear to be online.
aired 346 days ago
A troubled woman joins a dating site and soon finds the man of her dreams; he uses their common interests to manipulate her, leaving detectives solving a deadly mystery tied to secrecy, lies, and surprise guests.
aired 346 days ago
Social media provides an outlet for a young mother to escape her tumultuous personal life, but when online secrecy leads to rumors of infidelity, detectives find her with a knife to the chest, and no suspects around.
aired 346 days ago
When a popular college freshman sends an ominous tweet hours before her murder, detectives use the girl's social media accounts to piece together the events surrounding her death.
aired 346 days ago
A young woman shares details about her troubled relationship on social media and is later found murdered and her husband is viciously attacked.
aired 346 days ago
When a high school football star and his friend are attacked, social media posts imply that one of the victims is leading a double life.
aired 506 days ago
When social media posts heighten jealousy within a teenage love triangle, the teens learn that posts are not easily forgiven.

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