London, 7th October 2021: Crime+Investigation PLAY, Crime+Investigation®’s subscription streaming service, has added 400 extra hours of the latest true-crime series." data-share-imageurl="">

Crime + Investigation Thursday, October 7, 2021 - 11:45


London, 7th October 2021: Crime+Investigation PLAY, Crime+Investigation®’s subscription streaming service, has added 400 extra hours of the latest true-crime series. The UK’s fastest-growing true-crime streaming channel now has 1,400 hours of programming available for new and existing subscribers to enjoy.


C+I PLAY subscribers will have access to UK premieres including the brand new and exclusive 10-part series, Murdertown, which is available to stream now on C+I PLAY.


Murdertown is a 360-degree investigation of a murder in and its impact on a local community, seen through the eyes of those most immediately affected (friends and relatives of the victims and, in some cases, the accused) as well as those further afield, such as local crime reporters, investigating police officers and criminologists. The latest episodes will be available to stream weekly on C+I PLAY.


C+I exclusive Killer Britain with Dermot Murnaghan S3 returns from 26th October with new episodes focusing on British murder stories filled with detective intrigue and chilling storylines, including the shocking case of Britain’s youngest serial killer James Fairweather. The First 48: Critical Minutes recently made its debut on the service with the brand new season of The First 48 launching on the 1st of October. Hit US series Cruise Ship Killers, Homicide: Hours To Kill, and Surviving Jeffrey Epstein are also new to the platform.


Full box sets are available of brand-defining franchises including Homicide Hunter, Crimes that Shook Britain, Murder at My Door with Kym Marsh as well as the exclusive documentary Ivan Milat: Backpacker Murderer.


Julie Mitchelmore, Vice President of Digital, A+E Networks® UK, said: “We are committed to providing our customers with new hours every week of compelling UK and US true-crime series. Since its launch in 2019, we have been delighted to see the platform go from strength to strength, showing that Crime+Investigation PLAY is a must for fans of the increasingly popular true-crime genre.”


C+I PLAY is available with an add-on subscription of just £3.99 per month with a 7-day free trial via the existing Prime Video app to watch anytime, anywhere on smart TVs, iOS and Android mobile devices, Amazon Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, Fire tablets and games consoles and through the web at


The C+I streaming platform is also available on Apple TV Channels.


For more information about how to sign up to Crime+Investigation PLAY, please visit:




About Crime + Investigation PLAY

Crime + Investigation PLAY launched across the UK in 2019, and it is now the fastest-growing true-crime streaming channel in the UK. Home of top-rated shows such as Homicide Hunter, Murdertown, Crimes That Shook Britain, and The First 48, Crime+Investigation PLAY is available on Prime Video Channels and Apple TV Channels.


A+E Networks® UK

A+E Networks® UK, a joint venture between Hearst and Sky, is a leading media network reaching 60 million homes across 100 countries. With our portfolio of popular, high-performing and creative brands - HISTORY®, Crime+Investigation®, Lifetime®, HISTORY2® and UK free to air BLAZE® - we have entertained and inspired audiences for over 20 years; telling the stories that need to be told. Our award-winning factual and entertainment content includes global hit franchises like Forged in Fire and Born this Way, must see dramas Knightfall and Vikings as well as original local commissions including: Al Murray’s Why Does Everyone Hate the English and Murdertown with Katherine Kelly (UK), Married at First Sight (Africa) and The Hunt for Baltic Gold (Poland).  We complement our programming with innovative talent-led exclusive digital content and top-rated podcasts. We currently partner with over 360 operators broadcasting throughout the Nordics, Benelux, Central Europe, the Middle East and Africa. We have offices in London, Warsaw, and Johannesburg.