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Crime + Investigation Play - What to watch in February 2024

Crime + Investigation Play - WHAT TO WATCH - February 2024 - Will Mellor
Image: Cops Gone Bad With Will Mellor

Crime + Investigation Play is the only dedicated true crime streaming service, allowing subscribers to watch over 1,000 hours of true crime content on the go. Binge on British originals like Murdertown, Judge Rinder’s Interrogation Secrets and Cops Who Kill with Will Mellor, as well as hit US series such as Meet, Marry, Murder, The First 48 and Homicide Hunter.

Brand new shows are being added every single month to keep you up to date with all the latest true crime shows. Check out what's coming to Crime + Investigation Play in February 2024.

Cops Gone Bad With Will Mellor

Hosted by actor and presenter Will Mellor, this brand-new series follows Cops Who Kill and covers seven new cases that expose murderers, fraudsters, swindlers, sexual predators and drug dealers who are all within the police force. Will returns with a team of experts, including retired Detective Chief Inspector Howard Groves, former Detective Chief Superintendent Sue Hill and psychologist Serena Simmons.

Cops Gone Bad launches with the deplorable story of David Carrick, the serial rapist and abuser who used his position of authority at the Met Police to commit unthinkable acts. Other cases include Kashif Mahmood, Martin Forshaw, Drew Peterson from the USA and Mark Standen from Australia.

Cops Gone Bad With Will Mellor will be available to stream on Crime + Investigation Play from Monday, 26th February. Cops Who Kill is streaming now.

Cold Case Files: The Rifkin Murders

Cold Case Files: The Rifkin Murders documents the real-time cold case investigation into the two unidentified victims of Joel Rifkin, the most prolific serial killer in New York State history.

Through unprecendented police access and several never-before-seen interviews, cameras follow investigators as this 30-year-old serial killer case is reignited by TV producer Peter Reiss through his relationship with Rifkin.

Cold Case Files: The Rifkin Murders will be available to stream on Crime + Investigation Play from Monday, 19th February.

Interrogation Raw

Criminal cases can be won or lost in the interrogation room. Success can bring justice for the victims, but failure can lead to a guilty person walking free.

Interrogation Raw is a true crime series that explores the delicate twists and turns of some of the most fascinating interrogations ever completed. Each episode reveals every tactic, every make-or-break moment that occurs within those four walls. It’s a race against the clock and everything is on the line.

Season two of Interrogation Raw will be available to stream on Crime + Investigation Play from Friday, 2nd February. Season one is streaming now.

The Real Murders of LA

The Real Murders of LA exposes the shadowy side of Los Angeles, examining some of the most shocking and scandalous cases to ever strike this picturesque city of wealth and beauty. From a lethal tale of mistaken identity to the deadly pursuit of a perfect family image, each episode delves into a startling case of privilege and prosperity that has gone fatally wrong.

Real Murders of LA will be available to stream on Crime + Investigation Play from Wednesday, 7th February.

Crime + Investigation Boxsets

It’s not just brand-new shows that are available to stream on Crime + Investigation Play. Curl up with a boxset this new year and watch all of the best new Crime + Investigation shows.

Boxsets include:

- Murdertown

- Judge Rinder’s Interrogation Secrets

- Cops Who Kill

- Murder Detective

- #TextMeWhenYouGetHome


- Court Cam

- Witness To Murder

- Women On Death Row

- Body In The Suitcase

- Bubble & Squeak Murder

Crime + Investigation Play is available on a seven-day free trial for new customers and at the low monthly cost of £4.99 thereafter. Subscribers can also choose to pay an annual fee of £29.99.

Crime + Investigation Play is also available across Amazon Prime Video Channels, YouTube Primetime Channels and Apple TV Channels in the UK, Italy, Germany and The Netherlands.