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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's scheme for money and desire doesn't turn out exactly as they had planned.
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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.
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A couple kills a coworker and plots to kill some of her former lovers.
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A couple kills a former bourbon street dancer.
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Paige Linville and Mario Moreno's desire for new thrills take them to deadly heights - more than once.
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A couple's desperation for money and violent sex fantasies lead to a woman's murder.
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A couple's secret love affair ends in a gruesome double murder.
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A plan by teenaged lovers to run away and be together goes horribly wrong.
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A couple inflicts their own brand of vigilante justice on an enemy from the past.
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A woman and her lover get entangled in a tragic and deadly case of mistaken identity.

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