True crime fans will have plenty of fresh titles to watch this summer following the announcement of Lifetime's "Ripped From the Headlines" 2020 lineup. The new releases will cover a variety of noteworthy cases and people, including convicted killer Jodi Arias, late financier Jeffrey Epstein, and many more. 

Beginning Aug. 1, "Ripped From the Headlines" will kick off with two new movies inspired by New York Times best-selling author Ann Rule's work. First up is "Sleeping With Danger." "A Murder to Remember" will follow on Aug. 2.

A special documentary titled "Elizabeth Smart: Finding Justice" will also accompany the new movie on Aug. 2. The project, hosted by Smart, will take a closer look at the true events that served as inspiration for the film as victim Candra Torres shares about her experience "that started with the mysterious death of her husband and the subsequent brainwashing she suffered at the hands of her kidnapper."

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On Aug. 8, "Ripped From the Headline" will continue with a special edition of 2013's "Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret" movie as a way to celebrate Lifetime's 30th anniversary of creating original films.

The movie will be followed by a new special called "Jodi Arias: Cellmate Secrets," highlighting firsthand accounts of Tracy Brown and Donavan Bering who previously lived with the convicted killer behind bars. As stated by A&E, they became the convicted killer's "loyal disciples" in the years following her first-degree murder conviction following the death of her ex Travis Alexander.

As both Brown and Bering shed new light on the case, they will also reveal how Arias "cultivated a devoted fanbase to run her social media and gather more fans." Additionally, "Cellmate Secrets" will shed light on "disturbing" information, including a "bombshell new theory about the night of Alexander’s murder." Never-before-read personal letters and works of art will also be shared throughout the special.

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Finally, on Aug. 9 and 10, coinciding with the anniversary of Jeffrey Epstein's 2019 death, "Surviving Jeffrey Epstein" will air as a two-night, four-hour event. Throughout the episodes, Epstein's alleged victims will give their accounts of what they say transpired between them and the late financier. 

Lifetime's full summer lineup for "Ripped From the Headlines" 2020 can be viewed below.

  • Ann Rule's "Sleeping With Danger"- Saturday, Aug. 1 at 8 pm EDT
  • Ann Rule's "A Murder to Remember"- Sunday, Aug. 2 at 8 pm EDT
  • "Elizabeth Smart: Finding Justice"- Sunday, Aug. 2 at 10 pm EDT
  • "Jodi Arias: Dirty Little Secret" Special Edition- Saturday, Aug. 8, 8 pm EDT
  • "Jodi Arias: Cellmate Secrets"- Saturday, Aug. 8, 10 pm EDT
  • "Surviving Jeffrey Epstein"- Sunday, Aug. 9 at 8 pm EDT
  • "Surviving Jeffrey Epstein"- Monday, Aug. 10 at 9 pm EDT