The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst

2015 • HBO
184 reviews
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Season 1 episodes (9)

1 Chapter 1: A Body in the Bay
Series premiere. A bizarre 2001 murder in Texas resurrects public interest surrounding NYC real-estate scion Robert Durst, who seeks out filmmaker Andrew Jarecki for an exclusive one-on-one interview.
2 Chapter 2: Poor Little Rich Boy
Interviewed by Andrew Jarecki, Robert Durst recalls seeing his mother jump to her death when he was seven, and opens up about the marital travails that preceded his wife Kathie's disappearance in 1982.
3 Chapter 3: The Gangster's Daughter
Nearly 20 years after his wife disappeared, Robert Durst makes headlines again when his longtime confidante Susan Berman--a potential witness in the disappearance of Kathie Durst--is murdered in LA.
4 Chapter 4: The State of Texas vs. Robert Durst
Two years after the dismembered body of Morris Black washed up on the shores of Galveston, TX, Robert Durst goes on trial with a formidable team of attorneys and a brilliant defense strategy.
5 Chapter 5: Family Values
Present day: In the 33 years since Kathie Durst disappeared, no progress has been made in finding out what happened to her, or finding her body. Without answers, her family and friends continue to hunt for the truth.
6 Chapter 6: What the Hell Did I Do?
Present day: Nearly a decade has passed since the filmmakers began investigating Robert Durst and his alleged crimes. They have spoken to more than 100 participants in Durst's story in an attempt to get at the truth.
101 Trailer
A preview of director Andrew Jarecki and producer Marc Smerling's groundbreaking six-part documentary series that sheds new light on real-estate scion Robert Durst, who has been accused of three murders, but never convicted.
102 The Jinx: About The Jinx
Andrew Jarecki opens up on the fascinating story behind his HBO documentary series 'The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst.'
103 The Jinx: On Robert Durst
'The Jinx' director Andrew Jarecki opens up about the main subject of his six-part documentary series: real-estate scion and suspected murderer Robert Durst.

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This six-part series sheds new light on real-estate scion Robert Durst who has been accused of three murders, but never convicted.
184 reviews
A Google user
April 9, 2015
I have to say that I do not feel sorry for Susan, she helped cover up Kathy's murder. Durst was so violent that Kathy's Therapist, Dr. Micheal Stone (Most Evil), had Kathy sign a paper that he had warned her that her husband (Durst) would likely kill her if she didn't leave him, so as to avoid liability in her inevitable murder. She signed it and disappeared. This man is so evil.
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Toni Marie
April 12, 2015
Robert Durst is a sociopath walking. I watched the entire documentary and now I wonder if he pushed his mother off of the roof? And how could his father and brothers cover up the disappearance of his wife and yet hire security and get protection orders against him, instead of turning him in. It's a twisted scary docu-series that will navigate you through the mind of 1 of the worlds notorious murderer that has gotten away with murder twice. It ales you look at our justice system and wonder if rich ppl exempt
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chris ammon
March 27, 2015
Spent $11.00 and over an hour trying to download this only to find out it is not available for a month. Extremely disappointed at the lack of clarity from Googleplay. I'm never spending money here again.
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