5 TV crime dramas to watch this weekend: May 30-31

Jodie Comer as Villanelle, Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri - Killing Eve _ Season 3, Episode 8 - Photo Credit: Laura Radford/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle
Jodie Comer as Villanelle, Sandra Oh as Eve Polastri - Killing Eve _ Season 3, Episode 8 - Photo Credit: Laura Radford/BBCAmerica/Sid Gentle /

Killing Eve and more are TV crime dramas to watch from May 30-31

We’re into the last weekend of May. Before you get your June viewing in order, you’ll want to pay attention to the content heading your way this weekend. There’s plenty to watch when it comes to TV crime dramas, whether you want scripted or unscripted.

For some of these offerings, you will need a subscription service. For others, you’ll be able to watch as much as you like with cable or through legitimate and free online options.

Killing Eve Season 3 finale

Tune into BBC America or AMC over the weekend and you can catch the third season finale of Killing Eve. The great thing about this finale is it doesn’t matter how it ends. The fourth season has already been confirmed, so you’ll know you will get answers to any questions you get.

Watch on Sunday at 9/8c.

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Snowpiercer continues

The third episode of Snowpiercer will air on Sunday night, too. Layton knows that Melanie is hiding something. Melanie doesn’t want her secrets out. Just how far is she willing to do to protect herself while the murder investigation continues?

Snowpiercer continues on Sundays at 9/8c on TNT. You can watch the first episode on Netflix internationally right now.

North Woods Law

If you want an unscripted documentary style program, you’ll want to turn to Animal Planet this weekend. North Woods Law and North Woods Law: Protect and Preserve. The shows focus on the Maine Warden Service, who navigate Pine Tree State. They help to maintain order in the parts, working undercover stings and tracking bears. Crimes aren’t just about people but about what’s done to animals too, and the police won’t let anything happen to the wildlife here.

New episodes of both air on Sunday night on Animal Planet starting from 8/7c.

Live PD

Saturday nights can be quiet when it comes to TV crime dramas. These next two options will help. Live PD: Rewind is back with new episodes. You can follow in with repeats of the main series, running all through the night. You can watch your favorite cops make sure order is kept on the streets.

Live PD: Rewind kicks things off at 8/7c on A&E.

The Alienist

Finally, you’ll want to turn to the new HBO Max subscription service. It’s full of some excellent TV crime dramas, from the classics like Boardwalk Empire to more recent offerings like Sharp Objects. The Alienist is the top pick for this weekend since the second season will debut this summer. Spend the weekend catching up on the first season.

You can already watch The Alienist on HBO Max.

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What are you watching? Which TV crime dramas do you tune into regularly? Share your thoughts in the comments below.