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Oxygen's long-running "Snapped" true-crime series takes a look at cases involving women who are accused of murder. In "Snapped: She Made Me Do It," women are the supposed masterminds behind deadly acts, but aren't necessarily the ones accused of the crimes. As is customary with these types of shows, witness testimony, interviews with experts and dramatic reenactments are used to tell the story of each case. Viewers get both sides of the story in each case before finding out the jury's verdict. Romance is often at the core of the attacks.

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aired 159 days ago
In 2011, the shooting death of a family man in a parking garage is investigated.
aired 159 days ago
The murder of an 18-year-old woman is investigated.
aired 159 days ago
A loving husband and father is found dead and clues point to his wife's lover.
aired 159 days ago
Two funnel-cake business owners are killed at the Iowa State Fair.
aired 159 days ago
When an expectant mother is found murdered, investigators discover the baby's father is married to another woman.
aired 159 days ago
After a young mother is found brutally murdered in a cornfield, investigators learn that she was caught in a complex love triangle with career criminals.
aired 159 days ago
When a woman is found dead, investigators discover a toxic family dynamic.
aired 159 days ago
In 1991, an international manhunt ensues after a British millionaire goes missing in Miami.
aired 159 days ago
A prominent husband and wife are assassinated at the side of the road. When investigators take a closer look at the husband's mistress, they unravel shocking secrets.
aired 173 days ago
A small town's mayor is found dead in his bed; this could be a tragic case of death by natural causes or his daughter-in-law orchestrated his murder.
aired 173 days ago
When a man is shot while driving on the freeway, clues point to his adopted son and brother-in-law; his estranged wife may have put them up to it.
aired 173 days ago
A family is brutally shot down and murdered in a border town. Investigators look at the local MinuteMen Organization.
aired 173 days ago
A star athlete is killed and burned. His on-again/off-again lover blames her high school sweetheart.
aired 173 days ago
A man is brutally attacked by a machete-wielding ninja and his wife's friends are suspects.
aired 173 days ago
A missing high school student turns up dead; it could be a school prank gone wrong, or a premeditated murder orchestrated by the school's Queen Bee.
aired 173 days ago
A reconciliation dinner ends in murder; the cousin-in-law is identified as the killer.
aired 459 days ago
A young woman is found viciously murdered in her fiancé's home and investigators struggle to understand who would have wanted to the woman dead.
aired 459 days ago
A pregnant woman found dead on the side of the road leads investigators to discover that the baby's father is a married man.
aired 459 days ago
When a British millionaire turns up missing, an international manhunt ensues and police are left to figure out if the family man led a double life, or if a sultry business partner let greed manifest into murder.
aired 480 days ago
After the murder of a loving husband and father, all clues point to his wife's lover.
aired 486 days ago
A shooter fires at a family man in a parking garage in 2011.

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