With Netflix pretty much dominating the competition when it comes to the place to head to for true-crime, it's hard to see any other streaming service get close enough to challenge their gig.

But Disney+ is looking to put their horse in the race. This July, with the addition of 'Under The Banner Of Heaven', a dramatisation of a real-life event in Utah from the '80s, there are some other true-crime documentary titles also hitting the streaming service.

Here's a rundown of what to expect for all you true-crime addicts out there who need a little bit more bite in your viewing habits (if 'Only Murders In The Building' is far too cutesy).

'Captive Audience: A Real American Horror Story' | Out Now 

This three-part Hulu original surrounds the mysterious disappearance of a seven-year-old boy, Steven Stayner, in 1972. Miraculously, nearly 10 years later, the teenager reappears, the moment being described as "a miracle". However, as one joyous brother returns home, another brother within the same family charts a path for himself that turns into pure and utter disbelief. The Russo Brothers ('Avengers: Endgame', 'The Gray Man') are executive producers on this one.

'City of Angels | City of Death' | July 20 

Are you the type of person that watches an episode about a serial killer before bed? Then we've got another true-crime release on Disney+ that should be up your street. This six-part series chronicles some of the most chilling cases to take place in California during the '70s and '80s, which, as you probably know, was a pretty hectic time for police detectives what with all of the serial killers running loose.

'The Most Dangerous Animal of All' | July 20

Chances are you've heard all about Gary Francis Poste, also known as the Zodiac Killer. He terrorised San Francisco and Northern California in the late '60s and early '70s, infamous for creating cryptograms which would reveal his identity once solved, and becoming a huge influence on many antagonists in TV and film. This four-part series follows a man who suspects that the Zodiac Killer could be his biological father.

'Wild Crime' | July 20

Another Hulu original, 'Wild Crime' takes a look at a killing that didn't take place in an urban setting for a change. This four-parter starts with Rocky Mountains hiker Harold Henthorn reporting that his wife has fallen off a cliff. However, as the police begin to delve deeper into the case, they realise that Harold's story doesn't quite add up, plus his wife isn't the only person to have died under mysterious circumstances related to him...

'Truth and Lies: The Last Gangster' | July 22 

An ABC News two-hour special, 'Truth and Lies: The Last Gangster' centres on the infamous Gambino mob family of New York City. Featuring a rare interview with one of the most notorious hitmen in mafia history, Sammy "The Bull" Gravano, this isn't so much a shocking story, but more of a delve into what exactly happens to you when your family is literally The Mafia.

'Have You Seen This Man?' | July 22

2022 really is the year of the con artist, isn't it? If you've watched all of 'Dopesick', 'Inventing Anna' and 'The Puppet Master', then 'Have You Seen This Man?' should be next up on your list. Described as the least likely but most-wanted fugitive ever, John Ruffo was moments away from beginning his 17-year federal prison sentence in 1998 when - poof! - he disappeared. Decades later, police are still searching for the fraudster - and they're looking for your help to track him down.

'Under the Banner of Heaven' | July 27  

And finally, we're back to the dramatisation 'Under The Banner Of Heaven', starring Andrew Garfield and Daisy Edgar Jones. The limited series sees a police detective's faith be thrown into question when he and his partner uncover heinous truths about the murder of a young Mormon woman and her baby in 1984. All seven episodes of the true-crime series will be available on Disney+ from Wednesday, July 27.