For years, Charles Manson has been a highly-discussed figure among true crime fans. The cult leader, who created what would later be known as the "Manson Family," would go on to carry out several murders in the 1960s. Ultimately, Manson was sentenced to life for killing actress Sharon Tate, writer Wojciech Frykowski, and others on Aug. 9, 1969, as noted by In 2017, he died after spending four decades in prison.

Those who followed Manson's story were likely interested to take a deeper look at the story in Epix's six-part docu-series called "Helter Skelter: An American Myth." However, the June 14 release date has now been pushed back.

READ: 'Ghost Adventures' Star Zak Bagans Buys Manson Murder House For This Amount

According to Deadline, the true-crime series, which was produced by Greg Berlanti, will be released at a later date due to the fact that the network didn't feel it was appropriate due Manson's plan to "incite a race war called Helter Skelter."

When the Epix docu-series does premiere, those who tune in will get to see an examination of the Manson Family's history, including "never-before-accessed interviews from former family members and journalists first on the scene and in the courtroom, with archival footage and newly-unearthed images."

In the meantime, those who are interested in learning more about Manson's crimes and subsequent trial have other options when it comes to documentaries on the subject. 2014's "Life After Manson," which is available on Amazon Prime, and 2017's "Manson Speaks: Inside the Mind of a Madman," which can also be viewed via Amazon Prime, can each give new perspectives prior to the Epix premiere.

"The Six Degrees of Helter Skelter, which is available to stream on YouTube, also gives viewers the option to "virtually visit more than 40 Manson-related locations in southern California," according to Rolling Stone. The documentary includes footage of Nine Inch Nails musician Trent Reznor while he was recording music in the home where Tate and four others were murdered.

Charles Manson
Convicted mass murderer Charles Manson is shown in this handout picture from the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation dated June 16, 2011. Hand Out