True crime fans, assemble! (Picture: Bristol County Sheriff’s Office via AP, File)

Sky is due to launch a brand new channel called Sky Crime.

Sky Crime will be launched on October 1 – just in time for you to creep yourself out with true stories about sinister disappearances and serial killers in the run-up to Halloween.

Here’s what you need to know about the new channel before it hits Sky boxes all over the country…

What is the Sky Crime channel?

Sky Crime will do very much what it says on the tin – it will be a hub for all things true crime.

It will be available to anyone with a Sky membership at no extra charge.

You’ll also be able to watch Sky Crime programmes if you have a NOW TV Entertainment Pass.

Warning: The content in this trailer is graphic.

Sky Crime will soon be showing the likes of I Love You, Now Die, which follows the trial of 17-year-old Michelle Carter, Kemper on Kemper, which details serial killer Edmund Kemper’s first-hand accounts of his killings, and The Disappearance of Susan Cox Powell, with follows the case of a missing and presumed murdered mother as her husband is named a person of interest in the investigation.

Warning: The content in this trailer contains references to suicide.

Sky Crime launches on Sky on October 1, 2019.



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