Where to watch Crimes that Shook Australia
The third season of the gripping documentary series is in full swing and fans can catch up with new episodes on demand.
Everyone’s favourite true crime series is back and it’s more riveting than ever. Presented by Matt Doran, Crimes that Shook Australia reveals the true stories behind the heinous acts that shook the nation. It does so through exclusive interviews, dramatic reconstructions and archival footage, making sure viewers are on the edge of their seats week after week.
The third season of the show includes previously unseen images and documents, such as the evidence that put “The Black Widow” Patricia Byers behind bars. Moreover, in a world exclusive, Crimes that Shook Australia reveals the footage filmed by the police as they entered the infamous Snowtown bank vault.
How to stream Crimes that Shook Australia
Crimes that Shook Australia airs on Foxtel’s Crime + Investigation channel, part of the Docos Pack. Season 3 started in February and will continue until April 22, with episodes airing Sundays. You can also catch up with the show on demand with the Foxtel app, included for free with your Foxtel subscription.
Alternatively, you can stream Season 3 of Crimes that Shook Australia with Foxtel Now, where new episodes are added weekly. You need to subscribe to the Docos Pack, which costs only $10 per month. Then, you simply watch over the Internet. All you need is a broadband connection. Plus, there are no contracts, so you can cancel your subscription anytime.
With Foxtel Now, you can watch the channels included in your subscription live or check out content that comes with your pack on demand. The Docos Pack gives you access to Crime + Investigation, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Discovery Turbo, A&E, Nat Geo Wild, HISTORY, BBC Knowledge and Nat Geo People. With Foxtel Now, you can watch on a computer, mobile device, PS4, Chromecast/Airplay, Telstra TV and the Foxtel Now Box. A 10-day free trial is available for new customers.
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