From 'The Long Island Serial Killer' To 'The Gloaming,' These Are The True Crime Shows To Watch | CP

Crime junkies, feast your eyes. We've got some great new crime titles for you to watch on the edge of your seat.

Unraveled: The Long Island Serial Killer On Discovery+ 🔎

It is no mystery that crime shows are among the most addicting content to absorb today.

However, what remains a mystery is the culprit of eleven serial murders that occurred on the coast of Long Island over a decade ago.

In a new true crime special, Unraveled: The Long Island Serial Killer, Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen dig deeper to get to the bottom of this eerie crime.

"We really strive to answer the question as to why this case has remained unsolved after ten years," Linkletter said.

"We decided to take the time and the effort and the investment and shoot what we were doing in real-time," Jensen said.

Check out and stream Unraveled: The Long Island Serial Killer now on Discovery+.

The Gloaming On Starz 🌫

Next up on our what to watch list is The Gloaming, the enthralling new series about the death of a woman whose case leaves behind evidence linking to a chain of murders.

"This is a story about two detectives who come back together after 20 years to solve a horrific murder. It's got a little bit of everything." Emma Booth said.

Dive into new episodes, Sunday nights on STARZ.

The Winter Lake On Demand 🌊

If the above titles caught your attention, just wait until you see The Winter Lake.

Watch the drama ensue when a skeleton in the closet is exposed to the characters.

"It's about trying to suppress the past, trying to suppress secrets on both sides," says Game of Thrones star and The Winter Lake castmember, Michael McElhatton.

This film is available now, on demand!

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