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Oxygen's long-running true-crime series "Snapped" tells stories of people who commit murder or attempt murder, with the cases usually involving a woman trying to kill her partner. This extension of the franchise shifts the focus to 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.

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A couple of drifters befriend a good Samaritan with horrific results.
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A lonely military wife and psychologist go searching for sex on the Internet resulting in death.
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A Las Vegas red haired siren and her millionaire boyfriend become suspects in a murder.
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A woman and her new boyfriend devise a vicious plot to get rid of an old boyfriend.
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A sex scandal uncovers a deadly secret which leads to a missing pilot.
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A white supremacist couple's vigilantism ends with two murders.
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A deeply religious woman and her bible-study partner become the primary suspects in an execution-style murder.
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Two teen runaways become ensnared in a homicide investigation when someone who disapproved of their relationship is discovered murdered.
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Two lovers set out on a deadly mission inspired by a zealous prophet to prove their devotion to each other and their religion.
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A desperate couple kidnaps a wealthy businessman which leads to murder.
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A married couple's twisted scheme is exposed when they conspire to murder the husband's secret lover.
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An ex-con and a victim of domestic abuse turn into a modern-day Bonnie and Clyde when their drug-fueled romance leads to a tri-state killing spree.
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A man and his wife who murdered teenagers after using them as sex slaves.
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When attackers target a family on the side of the road in an apparent hate crime, investigators uncover a crime of passion, lust and revenge.
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An Arizona high-roller's luck runs out when two strippers conspire to take his life.
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A one-night stand turns into a romance from hell after a woman learns of her lover's dark and deadly desires.
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In the Mexican desert, two cult leaders' passion for torture and human sacrifice is exposed when they pick the wrong victim.
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A couple's dark sexual cravings lead to a series of assaults, becoming more gruesome as things heat up.
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An Ivy League student and a music producer's criminal activities are discovered when a failed drug deal leads to murder.
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A turbulent love triangle with a deadly turn - leaving behind a dismembered body, and a killer couple pointing the finger at each other in the aftermath.
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A sexy teacher and her teenaged lover hatch a plot that rocks a nation.

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