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This true-crime docuseries examines the cases of murderers who have achieved media fame thanks to the extensive coverage of their crimes in TV and film. Subjects of the series have included Jodi Arias, Scott Peterson, Charles Manson, Ted Bundy and Steven Avery. The series airs on the Reelz cable network.

Murder Made Me Famous is a series that is currently running and has 6 seasons (44 episodes). The series first aired on August 15, 2015.

Murder Made Me Famous is available for streaming on the website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Murder Made Me Famous on demand atAmazon Prime, Tubi TV online.

Saturday 9:00 PM et/pt on REELZ
6 Seasons, 44 Episodes
August 15, 2015
Cast: Brad Osborne, Steve Helling
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Murder Made Me Famous Full Episode Guide

  • Three years after five brutal and disturbing murders in Gainesville, Fla., Danny Rolling is called to trial, but he unexpectedly pleads guilty to each charge and claims he wanted to become a superstar like Ted Bundy.

  • Richard Speck always believed he would shock the world and make headlines. He did just that when he systematically tortured, raped, and murdered eight student nurses from South Chicago Community Hospital on the night of July 13

  • On the FBI's Most Wanted list for more than a decade, Al Qaeda founder Osama Bin Laden orchestrates an attack against the United States, using 19 militants to hijack four airplanes with which to carry out suicide missions on Sept. 11, 2001.

  • Police officer turned killer Laurie Bembenek is convicted of murdering her husband's ex-wife, Christine Schultz; Bembenek claims she was framed for the savage murder, but the evidence included her husband's police revolver and fibers from her wig.

  • It is one of the most famous cases of serial murder in American history. Albert DeSalvo wanted fame more than anything. He finally found it by striking fear into women - young and old. DeSalvo’s rape and murder spree took the lives of thirteen women between 1962 and 1964. Many of his victims were strangled to death by their own nylon stockings. During this time, no woman in Boston was safe and some even resorted to leaving the area out of fear for their safety. He was a face they knew, a face they trusted, and the last face they would ever see. He was the Boston Strangler.

  • The killer that brought New York City to its knees; David Berkowitz went on a yearlong murderous rampage killing six people in 1976. He mostly targeted long-haired brunettes, leading many women in New York City to cut and dye their hair blonde. Given up for adoption as an infant and bullied as a child, Berkowitz always felt unwanted and alone. After finally finding acceptance in a satanic cult, he decided to act on the rage he harbored against women. He was out to destroy them, blaming his actions on the demands coming from a demonic dog. He’ll later claim he didn't act alone, and that he was the scapegoat. But are these more lies from a deranged madman or are the true killers still out there?

  • Spotlighting Pablo Escobar. He was a modern day Robin Hood, with a vicious bite. Pablo Escobar dreamed of being a millionaire and he killed his way to the top, becoming the Columbian Cartel Kingpin of the 1970-80s. He turned Columbia into the murder capital of the world. He also cared deeply for the impoverished conditions of his countrymen, taking care of the poor and less fortunate.