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Part Two’ — Everything you need to know about the true crime series

When The Jinx: The Life and Death of Robert Durst released in 2015, it shocked the world – and resulted in the arrest of the docuseries’ subject. Now Andrew Jarecki’s true crime series returns in The Jinx: Part Two. While there won’t be any new interviews with the late Robert Durst to ponder, the new episodes will feature interviews with new subjects, previously hidden material related to the Durst case, and some of Durst’s phone calls from prison. Are you ready to visit again The life and death of Robert Durst? Here’s everything you need to know about how to watch The Jinx: Part Two.

When does The Jinx: Part Two to come outside?

After the first season premiered in 2015, a new series of episodes was released The Jinx True crime saga about Robert Durst premieres on Sunday, April 21, 2024. New episodes will be released every Sunday until May 26.

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What time does The Jinx: Part Two premiere?

The latest episode of The Jinx premieres on Sunday, April 21 at 10pm ET/PT.

Which channel is The Jinx: Part Two on?

Like its predecessor, The Jinx: Part Two airs on HBO and streams exclusively on HBO’s Max.

How to watch The Jinx: Part Two:


Max is home to a lot of true crime and docuseries content, such as The Jinx (parts one and two), Brandy Hellville and the cult of fast fashion And Quiet on the set: the dark side of children’s television. But it’s also a great platform if you want to watch Oscar-winning movies and hit TV series House of the Dragon And The White Lotus and even some sports, like select NBA playoff games.

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How many episodes in The Jinx: Part Two?

Six episodes will be released The Jinx: Part Two.

What’s The Jinx: Part Two about?

While Durst himself is not interviewed Part two (Durst died in 2022), the second season of this dazzling true crime series features new interviews, previously undisclosed material, footage from Durst’s most recent murder case, and Durst’s recorded phone calls from prison.

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The Jinx part two trailer:

What happened in The Enchantment (Part One)?

In case you missed it The Jinx First premiering in 2015 and with no time to catch up, the true crime docu-series investigates a series of murders surrounding one figure: multi-millionaire and New York real estate heir Robert Durst. Durst was a suspect in two murders of those close to him, and confessed to a third murder, but pleaded self-defense and was acquitted by a jury.

If you’ve seen a true crime before, you might think to yourself that this one sounds just like the rest. The biggest difference with The Jinx? *Spoiler alert* In the series finale, Jarecki gets Durst’s confession to all three murders on tape. In real time, Durst was arrested for the murders the day before the series’ final episode aired.

The Jinx: The Life and Death of Robert Durst trailer:

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Does Max have a free trial?

Although the HBO streaming platform doesn’t offer a free trial, you can still try the platform for free by signing up for it through another streaming service, such as a live TV streaming package like DirecTV Stream. If you sign up for DirecTV Stream now, you’ll get 3 months of HBO’s Max (plus Paramount+, Starz, and Cinemax) for free — and that’s after the free trial period is over.

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That said, a DirecTV subscription is a lot more expensive than a standard Max subscription, so unless you’re in the market for a free trial, we recommend signing up for Max directly.

How is Ryan Gosling connected? The Jinx?

Ryan Gosling and Robert Durst share an interesting connection. The origins of the docuseries can be traced back to The Jinx director of Andrew Jarecki’s 2010 film All good things, inspired by the story of Robert Durst and – you guessed it – starring Ryan Gosling (and Kirsten Dunst). After watching the film, Durst decided he was ready for his very first press interview – with Jarecki himself. What turned into a twenty-hour conversation between Durst and Jarecki serves as the basis for the docuseries.

All good things trailer:

Where to look All good things:

You can stream All good things on Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Peacock or for free on Vudu.

Watch ‘All the Good Things’

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