Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
The Plot Thickens
A Hollywood stuntman is shot four times in his own home and left to die. Who would want him dead? And the most stunning twist in this Dateline classic is what didn’t happen. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on September 28, 2012.
A Story of Poison
In this Dateline classic, lawyer Larry McNabney, had money, a successful practice and a beautiful wife. But Larry also struggled with alcohol that sometimes caused him to disappear for days on end. When days stretched into weeks and no one heard from him, people began to worry. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on May 18, 2012.
Return to Poplar River
In this Dateline classic, the small town of Poplar, Montana is shaken when police find the battered body of 17-year-old Kim Nees on the outskirts of town. Keith Morrison reports.
Introducing: Killer Role
The actress Wyn Reed had that powerful combination of charisma, beauty and smarts. She was such a talent that a team of movie producers couldn’t believe it when the 28 year-old Wyn agreed to play the lead — a killer—in their upcoming, small-budget, horror movie. What the filmmakers didn’t know, as they got on location, was that Wyn wasn’t really Wyn. That was all make believe. But the killer part? That was real. This original podcast series from Keith Morrison and Dateline NBC tells a story even Hollywood couldn’t have imagined.
Exclusive new interviews and details on the deaths surrounding Chad and Lori Vallow Daybell, a case Keith Morrison has been on since it drew national attention after Lori’s children disappeared.
The Devil and Bobbi Parker
In this Dateline classic, convicted murderer Randolph Dial escapes from prison on a hot summer day in 1994, taking the deputy warden’s wife with him. But was she a kidnapped hostage or a willing accomplice? Edie Magnus reports. Originally aired on NBC on September 21, 2012.
It was a crime
It was a crime not to have Dateline in a podcast version. Now it’s here. And it’s perfect.