5 TV crime dramas to watch this weekend: June 6-7

Hightown Season 1 -- Courtesy of Macall Polay/STARZ
Hightown Season 1 -- Courtesy of Macall Polay/STARZ /

Don’t miss out on the top TV crime dramas this weekend, June 6-7

We’re heading into another weekend and, on the surface, it looks like there’s nothing on. However, there is plenty when it comes to TV crime dramas from June 6 to 7.

Whether you need to catch up on recent episodes of a new favorite or you’re looking to finish out a series, there are plenty of great picks this weekend.

Here are the top five picks.


There isn’t too much in the way of TV crime dramas on Saturday, except for streaming services. The good news is you can catch up on the series right away. Even without the STARZ App, there are new episodes running throughout Saturday night.

Don’t forget there’s a new episode on Sunday night. Jackie will find Krista but it also pulls her back into her own drama.


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Another new series that continues this weekend is Snowpiercer. During the previous episode, we learned who the murderer is. There’s more to this, though, right? After all, there are still plenty of episodes of the season left.

The cat and mouse game comes to an end during this episode, but it sets up a bigger storyline. You won’t want to skip it.

13 Reasons Why

Tune into Netflix throughout the weekend. 13 Reasons Why Season 4 dropped on June 5. All 10 episodes are available to binge-watch.

While this didn’t start as a crime drama, it became one during Season 3. That crime drama element continues throughout the fourth season, as Winston works on proving Monty didn’t kill Bryce after all.

American Monster

American Monster returns with its fifth season. The series follows some of the most terrifying criminals, the ones that hide in plain sight. With personal movie footage, viewers get to see the normal lives before delving into the astonishing crimes and interviews.

The Season 5 premiere brings us the story of Mark Corona and Paul Stoepple, two cousins with a bond as close as brothers. That bond is severed when one of them is murdered in cold blood. It’s up to home movies and CCTV to work out what happened.

You can check out on Sunday, starting with a rerun of Season 4, Episode 4 at 8/7c and then running into the Season 5 premiere on 9/8c.


Finally, you’ll want to turn your attention to Sundance Now. If you missed it during the week, Liar Season 2 premiered. You can catch the episode right now.

If you did miss the first season, there’s even better news. You can watch the full first season on Amazon Prime Video right now with your Prime membership. Or you can watch on Sundance Now and then follow with the Season 2 premiere immediately.

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Which TV crime dramas are you watching this weekend? Share your top picks in the comments below.

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