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Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.

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Fallen

Fallen

2020-10-2201:26:3525

In this Dateline classic, when a pastor loses two wives in suspicious accidents, authorities begin to wonder if it was terrible luck or something else. Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on February 8, 2013.
A Promise to Helene

A Promise to Helene

2020-10-2142:5314

When 21-year-old college student Helene Pruszynski is found murdered, the case remains cold for nearly forty years until a new detective uses an innovative method to catch Helene’s killer. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 16, 2020.
Andrea Canning reflects on one of her most memorable episodes: An Arkansas realtor goes missing after showing a house. When loved ones later receive mysterious text messages from her, they know something isn’t right.
Strangers on a Train

Strangers on a Train

2020-10-1501:27:5027

In this Dateline classic, when a young woman disappears following a chance encounter with a stranger on a train, her desperate family hires a dream team of detectives to follow the mysterious trail she left behind. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 7, 2011.
The Dead of Night

The Dead of Night

2020-10-1442:5912

A mother of two goes missing in Monrovia, California. As detectives investigate, the woman's friends and family reveal that she feared she was being stalked. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 9, 2020.
Lone Star Obsession

Lone Star Obsession

2020-10-1301:26:1527

When a doctor is found murdered, investigators are stumped as to who would want him dead. Police discover simmering jealousies and a love triangle. Andrea Canning has the latest developments. Originally aired on NBC on October 8, 2020.
Burning Suspicion

Burning Suspicion

2020-10-0801:26:1027

In this Dateline classic, investigators question what went wrong when a young wife and mother is found dead after a house fire in a small Kansas town. Was it an act of murder? Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 11, 2013.
In this Dateline classic, Keith Morrison takes a comprehensive look at the case of Lyle and Erik Menendez who were convicted more than two decades ago of murdering their parents in Beverly Hills. Originally aired on NBC on November 17, 2017.
Tallahassee Trap

Tallahassee Trap

2020-10-0601:25:4523

Dennis Murphy has the latest on the case of a Florida law professor murdered in his garage, including new details, newly-released evidence and bombshell testimony from a long-awaited trial.
Double Lives

Double Lives

2020-10-0101:26:5233

In this Dateline classic, police discover a mother of three was living a dangerous double life after she vanishes in Colorado. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on March 31, 2017.
In this Dateline classic, Fred and Leslie Mueller are weeks away from celebrating their 27th wedding anniversary when a photo-op during a hike goes horribly wrong. Andrea Canning reports. Originally aired on NBC on May 30, 2014.
Left for Dead

Left for Dead

2020-09-2901:25:2128

A young woman survives a brutal attack and detectives work tirelessly to find a suspect. But when they finally do, the victim is convinced they have the wrong man. Keith Morrison reports.
Trouble at the 7-11 Ranch

Trouble at the 7-11 Ranch

2020-09-2441:2921

When a Colorado rancher mysteriously disappears, his friends know something isn’t right and spend years fighting for answers. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
Queen of the County

Queen of the County

2020-09-2344:5330

In this Dateline classic, the matriarch of a prominent pecan growing family in San Saba, Texas goes missing and her caretaker is murdered. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on April 23, 2015.
Secrets from the Grave

Secrets from the Grave

2020-09-2243:0726

In 1985, Scott Purk calls 911 to report that his pregnant wife, Meg Purk, has died by suicide. The case is closed until a suspicious house fire 24 years later leads police to question what really happened that day. With no eyewitnesses or physical evidence, the detectives begin the search for answers. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
And Then There Were Three

And Then There Were Three

2020-09-1743:4430

Just days before Christmas, high school senior Michelle Martinko is found stabbed to death in her car after visiting the mall. It would take almost 40 years for investigators to identify the killer – and when they did, Martinko’s family and friends were stunned. Dennis Murphy reports.
Down the Back Staircase

Down the Back Staircase

2020-09-1601:28:3421

In this Dateline classic, novelist and former mayoral candidate Michael Peterson finds his wife, Kathleen, dead at the bottom of the back staircase in their North Carolina mansion. Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on April 7, 2017.
Oscar Pistorius, nicknamed “Blade Runner,” is an international celebrity when he shoots and kills his girlfriend just 8 months after competing in the London Olympics. Charged with murder, he tells police it was a tragic mistake and that he was acting in self-defense as he believed he was firing at an intruder. Keith Morrison reports on the aftermath of the judge’s verdict and the ensuing court battle.
Andrea Canning reflects on one of her most memorable episodes: When Jen Ramsaran disappears, police comb through her online presence to see if they can find any clues. Did she escape the real world for a fantasy world? 
In this Dateline classic, when two tragic deaths occur within one week of each other in a wealthy area in California, families begin to wonder what happened inside a beachfront mansion. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on November 9, 2018.
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Jocelyn Allan

what a churchy p.o.s.

Oct 24th
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May want to edit this. A couple spots it skips and rewinds.

Oct 22nd
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BrittanyVal

Such a great friend.

Oct 22nd
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Jesse Porter

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Oct 21st
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BC

Got an ad for xinsurance.com. Apparently Dateline NBC thinks I'm a gunowner who needs protection from frivolous lawsuits.

Oct 19th
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BC

The cellphone part was really poignant

Oct 18th
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Alissa Maxwell

OMG that prayer note for her dad. That destroyed me.

Oct 16th
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BC

i wonder how these ads are picked. I got an ad for life insurance policies. one time I got an ad for hospice care. I don't need a new life insurance policy and I don't need hospice.

Oct 16th
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ID18353528

Sad story... prayers to her mom and dad....

Oct 16th
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Robert Hastings

It's interesting, police, because when you think about it, finding people is your entire business. Almost everything you do involves finding people. I think any opportunity to become the best at it should be taken advantage of

Oct 16th
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The Everyday Bombshell

The Charleston PD did literally almost nothing. In fact, they hindered the real investigation that was going on.

Oct 15th
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Seems to me they both got off easy. And I don't believe a word that came out of Heather's mouth during her interview.

Oct 15th
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Oct 13th
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Lisaggh g

she had to escort to keep her kids in a 6000 mo. mortgage house? because "that's all they've known" I think they'd have been happy to move to a smaller but still nice house and kept their mother. we place too much importance on things and stuff. so sad her choice and so not worth it or necessary.

Oct 13th
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BrittanyVal

So no justice then, the family still isn't arrested. I guess money is power.

Oct 10th
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John Austin

Colorado is such a evil place.

Oct 9th
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Oct 8th
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The Everyday Bombshell

SHAMEFUL DEFENSE LAWYER. Trying to claim she had attempted suicide before but no one else seems to remember it and there are no records for, shameful . and to claim hospitals don't keep records ANYMORE? BS. I just got my records from 2001 from a hospital. You are supposed to use evidence, sir. Not your opinion. Not the made up recollections of a liar. I already think your client is a liar so you definitely don't want to enter his lies as evidence. If you can't find evidence, don't make it up.

Oct 8th
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The Everyday Bombshell

If you treat every suspicious death like a murder from day one, you will collect physical evidence, you won't have to rely on circumstantial evidence. I lived in Kansas for a few years. It doesn't surprise me that it took them so long to turn to science in this case or any other.

Oct 8th
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The Everyday Bombshell

And for anyone who says well that's just how he reacted under pressure... listen carefully to when they accuse him of killing his wife. He is more than capable of showing emotion under stress. The problem is the emotion is self-preservation. "That's how a narcissist do".

Oct 8th
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