How I Caught My Killer (2023-)
How I Caught My Killer (2023-)

How I Caught My Killer: A True Crime Docuseries on Hulu and Disney+

How I Caught My Killer is a true crime series type that is screened on Disney+ and Hulu. Each chapter is a different story with a varied style and formula that will stun those who thought this channel was still exclusively about charming princesses and mermaids.

Not everyone has liked it and it has bothered some viewers… it is a true crime and we all know that real crime subjects are not liked by all. However, it is a change in style in the network that seems to not set its limits on its traditional subjects.

We all know, not only Netflix is a source for true crimes, now Disney+ arrives with its offers… for some these are sordid, for others enjoyable cases about true murders with investigation, clues, interviews… And very, very sordid details about murders.

Hope you like it.

As of Thursday 12th of January on Hulu.

Where to Watch How I Caught My Killer



Episode List

Social media? Yeah, it was her thing.

Social media? Yeah, it was her thing.

Nikki Kuhnhausen lives loud and proud on social media. Born male, Nikki has openly identified as female since middle school. When the 17-year-old goes missing, her own social media helps police unravel the mystery of an unspeakable hate crime.

I found Candice's Diary…

I found Candice’s Diary…

When 14-year-old Candice Parchment goes missing, the police write her off as a runaway. Months later, her body is found blocks from her home. Investigators are stumped until Candice’s own writing helps uncover the horrifying truth behind her murder.

It's just unfathomable…

It’s just unfathomable…

In 2012, Brandy Rosine drives an hour into Pennsylvania, but as night falls, the college student stops answering her family’s calls. It’s up to her mom to follow a trail of digital breadcrumbs Brandy left behind to find her daughter’s killers.

Everybody was always looking at him.

Everybody was always looking at him.

Shockwaves rip through a college campus in Missouri when 21-year-old Jesse Valencia is found, his throat slashed. With a litany of suspects – and a secret revealed by Jesse – investigators must untangle a web of lies to uncover an unlikely killer.

She's only fourteen and she's not home.

She’s only fourteen and she’s not home.

In the winter of 2013, 14-year-old Shaniesha Forbes never made it home after school. Her charred remains turn up on a Brooklyn beach days later, but this teen leaves behind a mountain of digital evidence for the NYPD to sift through to find her murderer.

You can see the panic.

You can see the panic.

Armada, Michigan could be ripped from a Norman Rockwell painting, but the town changes forever when April Millsap’s body is found. Police search for the teen’s missing phone and discover a fitness app could hold the key to finding her killer.

He was speaking to us from the grave.

He was speaking to us from the grave.

When 32-year-old John Ray is murdered in his Atlanta home, investigators are stumped. For seven years, his case goes unsolved until cold case detectives take another look at the evidence and find that John had identified his killer all along.

There might be a target on your back.

There might be a target on your back.

In rural Missouri, reptile breeder Ben Renick is found dead–surrounded by his collection of exotic snakes. Investigators have to wade through dozens of potential suspects before finding a text chain from Ben that leads to a true snake.

There was a monster inside of him.

There was a monster inside of him.

In 2016, in the shadow of Manhattan’s skyline, a killer stalks women undetected. But a quick-thinking friend, a final phone call, and a social media chat log point to a serial killer who may never have been caught.

How I Caught My Killer (2023-)
How I Caught My Killer

Name: How I Caught My Killer

Description: The real-life stories behind unique homicide cases with in-depth interviews, authentic archival material and cinematic recreations all packaged together into a fresh spin in the genre.

Seasons: 1

Country: United States

Writer(s): Brad Bernstein, Evan Goldstein, Robby O'Neil, Cherisse Corbin, Josh Gloer, David Rajter

Cinematography: Kuba Zelazek, Jose Alejandro Acosta, Gerald Prezeau

Music: Jamie Christopherson

Genre: Documentary, True Crime

Companies: Texas Crew Productions, Hulu, Disney+

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