How many JonBenét Ramsey specials can one person watch in a single month? That's a question many networks are trying to put to the test this September as the JonBenét Ramsey documentaries continue to roll out, recounting the almost 20-year-old cold case of the six-year-old beauty pageant contestant who was found murdered in her Boulder, Colorado home back in December 1996. This time, NBC is trying their hand at the unsolved mystery, airing a two-hour Dateline special titled "Who Killed JonBenét?" on Friday at 9 p.m. EST. Now if you're like me and find yourself constantly in the presence of a television screen, then tuning in should be no problem. But if your schedule is a little more on-the-go than that, you may find yourself wondering how to stream Dateline 's JonBenét special. Thankfully, there are a few different options at your disposal.
With so many different documentaries coming out about the case, some of you may be thinking about just skipping it if you aren't able to get home in time. But let me assure you that this is one special you aren't going to want to miss since it promises to share first-ever TV interviews with former police detectives on the case as well as never-before-seen case documents. So even if you already have plans this Friday night, here are all the ways you still can and should tune in to see Dateline's JonBenét Ramsey documentary.
Download The NBC App
Need access to your favorite NBC shows? Like so many things nowadays, there's an app for that! You may be asked to login with a cable subscription, but other than that you're good to go and will be able to watch the latest full episodes of the network's shows anytime, anywhere.
Use NBC's Live Stream
All you need is your cable provider login and access to some decent wifi or LTE and you can watch the Dateline doc from your electronic device by visiting www.nbc.com/live.
Visit NBC's Website
It may not be up right away after airing, but the network is pretty good about uploading full episodes of shows onto their website as early as the following day. Odds are, the same can be said about this JonBenét special.
Basically, Dateline is doing everything they can to make this documentary readily available to whoever is interested. So if you're curious about the case and what other evidence they may have uncovered, having a way to tune in will be right at your fingertips.