Chris Watts has continued to hold the interest of true crime followers since the Colorado resident admitted to killing his pregnant wife, Shanann, and their two young daughters, Bella and Celeste, in 2018. Now, the Watts case is set to be reexamined in a new docu-series on Facebook Watch titled "Buried with Love: The Watts Family Murders." When can you see the new episodes?

According to Deadline, Season 2 of the crime show will begin airing on May 3. The eight-part short-form series will allow those who tune in to play the role of an investigator as they take a closer look at "surveillance footage and forensic evidence as it was discovered in real-time."

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The new episodes, which will feature news footage, interrogation videos and confessions, will highlight "shocking truth in the twisted case." Prior to the new episodes surrounding Watts, Season 1 of the Facebook Watch show focused on Ohio high school cheerleader Brooke Skylar Richardson after she faced murder charges following the discovery of her newborn daughter's body.

As stated by Law&Crime Productions President Rachel Stockman, "'Buried With Love' really taps into the thriving community of true crime lovers on Facebook, who have really become engaged with the tragic stories." Dan Abrams, Chief Legal Affairs Anchor for ABC News and Law&Crime founder, will serve alongside Stockman and Whitney Ellis as executive producers for the upcoming season. Ellis will also serve as the showrunner of the new season.

Prior to the announcement of the new Facebook Watch episodes, Watts' case has continued to be a topic of conversation following his admission. After being sentenced to life in prison without parole in November 2018, various reports surfaced that stated he believed several factors contributed to the murders, including a "darkness" inside of him and his relationship with his one-time mistress, Nichol Kessinger.

While behind bars, Watts also struck up a friendship with author Cheryln Cadle. The letters that the two sent back and forth were later published in her 2019 book, "Letters From Christopher: The Tragic Confessions of the Watts Family Murders."

As for what his life in prison is like, it has been said that he is in "his own private hell" but has also continued to receive visits from multiple "female admirers."

"Buried with Love: The Watts Family Murders" will premiere on Facebook Watch on May 3.

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Chris Watts is pictured in court for his arraignment hearing at the Weld County Courthouse on Aug. 21, 2018 in Greeley, Colorado. Getty Images/RJ Sangosti