It can almost feel like there are more true crime podcasts than crimes to podcast about, but we've put together a list of the top true crime podcasts streaming new episodes. With this many superb and scary shows currently available, you don't have to wait anxiously between seasons for your cold case fix or for the next deep dive on a serial killer and there are always new shows to listen to.
Some of these podcasts, like In The Dark and Up And Vanished, dedicate entire seasons to individual crimes or the accused; others look at a new terrifying tale every episode, like Criminal and My Favorite Murder. Whatever it is that makes you love true crime, there's a popular true crime podcast that fits your M.O.
Vote up the current true crime podcasts that keep you on the edge of your seat! And if you think we've forgotten something particularly notorious, add it to the list!
Hosts Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark talk about their favorite tales of murder and listen to fans and friends tell stories of their hometown's crimes.
An anonymous host looks at both solved crimes and cold cases from Australia and around the world.
A monthly podcast where two true crime YouTubers, Danelle Hallan and John Lordan, challenge each other to tell the best story about a true crime related topic.
Host Thomas Wiborg-Thune explores the background and crimes of serial killers.
Host Phoebe Judge examines crime and those who've been wronged, focusing on the complexity of the stories.
Hosts Nic and The Captain talk true crime and drink beer in their garage.
Hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson look into both infamous crimes and less known cases.
Each season focuses on a true story of a mysterious, unsolved disappearance.
Hosts Aaron and Justin talk about their theories and opinions on unsolved murders, mysteries, controversies and conspiracies.
A modern twist on old radio serials, this podcast drama follows the crime scene, investigation and attempts to solve the case.
Host David Ridgen talks with the family members of victims as they investigate cold cases.
Host Madeleine Baran dedicates each season to investigating a wrongful conviction or an unsolved crime.
This series dives deep into the case files, uncovering never-before-heard details of the true story of Susan Powell, who vanished on Dec. 7, 2009.
True crime stories are told and examined in detail over multiple episodes.
Examining the most disturbing criminal minds and the impact violent crimes have on survivors of homicide.
Investigative reporter Connie Walker examines the story of Cleo, a young girl who disappeared in the 1970s.
Exploring stories of crime and criminals using a combination of narration with interviews, trial audio and interrogation tapes.
The team at CBS News 48 Hours examines individual cases, adding more depth to the investigations presented on their television show.