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A New True Crime Doc About Toronto Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Is Airing This Month

Here's where you'll be able to watch it in Canada.
A New True Crime Doc About Toronto Serial Killer Bruce McArthur Is Airing This Month

A new Bruce McArthur documentary is being released this month, and true crime fans won't want to miss it. 

Catching a Serial Killer: Bruce McArthur follows the story of one of Toronto's most notorious murderers, and you'll be taken right inside the unbelievable investigation.

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The 90-minute special will give you a behind-the-scenes look into the case, and features exclusive interviews with McArthur’s close friends, homicide investigators and more.

The documentary is premiering across Canada on April 30 at 9 p.m. EST, and you can watch it on Super Channel Fuse or on Super Channel Demand the next day.

Super Channel can be found on most Canadian cable providers as well as Amazon Video Channels and the Apple TV app, and many providers offer a free trial for the first month.

Catching a Serial Killer: Bruce McArthur

When: Premieres April 30, 2021, at 9 p.m. EST

Why You Need To Watch It: Get a behind-the-scenes look at the shocking case of Toronto serial killer Bruce McArthur.

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