How To Stream Burke Ramsey On 'Dr. Phil' So You Don’t Miss His First Public Interview

Since 1996, the murder of former beauty pageant contestant JonBenét Ramsey and the mystery surrounding the unsolved case has captivated America. Now, 20 years after her death — and amid a rise in fascination in true crime stories partially fueled by the Serial podcast and Netflix's Making a Murderer — the public is revisiting JonBenét's case through a series of specials and interviews. In particular, JonBenét's brother will be doing a public interview for the first time. But, I've got you covered with how to stream Burke Ramsey on Dr. Phil so you don't miss this one of a kind interview.

Now, the Burke Ramsey interview will air on Dr. Phil's season premiere and while the show typically airs at 3 p.m., you can check your local listings to see if that's the case if you're catching it live on television. Or, if you've gone full-on cablecutter, you can also watch it online via the CBS website. If you have a TV provider but no TV, you can stream live CBS coverage. Or, if you don't have a TV provider — which I can totally get behind since everything seems to be streaming nowadays — you can always use CBS All Access. Of course, if you don't already have a CBS All Access account, you can sign up for one month free and pick either the limited commercial option for $5.99 a month, or completely commercial free for $9.99 a month.

However, there may still be something standing in your way: Work. Now, I can't tell you to secretly stream Dr. Phil on your work computer, plug in some headphones, and hide the tab from prying eyes — because I'm not taking the blame if you get reprimanded. But, I can tell you that if you can't catch Dr. Phil live, you may have to wait for the reruns to line up with a sick day. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem Dr. Phil episodes stream anywhere online after they've aired (though you may be able to find clips from the interview on the Dr. Phil website and YouTube account).

So, if you're interested in learning all that you can about the JonBenét case and don't want to miss Burke's first public interview ever, then you have to make some time for Dr. Phil and be sure your CBS live or CBS All Access streaming is set to go before the episode airs!