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Source:  Realscreen

A select number of series manage to hit the 100 episode milestone in today’s television landscape, but when Oxygen hit play on its latest episode of “Snapped” last night, the true crime hit entered into an elite club.

“Snapped,” which entered into its 24th season earlier this summer, serves as one of the longest running and most influential true crime franchises on television.

The series helped push NBCUniversal to transform Oxygen from a lifestyle and entertainment network into a true crime network for women in February 2017.

The series currently airs in more than 150 countries worldwide and features non-fiction narratives of women who have been convicted or accused of committing murder or attempted murder.

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