Sundance Now is a paid American TV channel under AMC Networks. It was launched on February 1, 1996, and was christened after the western film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Witches: A century of murder (#1)
The show is held by Suzannah Lipscomb, a historian, and an Oxford alumnus. In this series, she follows us through the gore-filled season of 17th century Britain where many innocent women were murdered under the false judgment of them being involved in witchcraft.
The show has an IMDb rating of 7.2/10.
The Dakota Entrapment Tapes (#2)
The open-ended documentary follows the story after the mysterious death of Andrew Sadek from a safe little town in North Dakota where nothing criminal ever happens. Later it is revealed that he had been an informer for the police who were under a secret underground mission for years.
The series follows the story of Dennis Nilsen, who after being found guilty of 15-16 cold-blooded murder remains calm and jokes about it. The police try to unravel the reason behind the murders and the deaths.
Interview with a Murderer (#4)
The documentary shows the acclaimed criminologist Prof David Wilson interview a convicted murderer Bert Spencer, who hasn’t been charged. The documentary is quite interesting to watch and has a score of 7.8/10 on IMDb.
We got this (#5)
The series follows the story of George English, a common man who turns into a detective trying to solve the murder of Olof Palme when he finds out the monetary reward he could get. But things get dangerous over the course.
These are some of the shows and documentaries you can watch on Sundance Now! Hope you like these recommendations!