‘Selena & Yolanda: The Secrets Between Them’: Where to Watch the Yolanda Saldivar Documentary Online

The woman who killed Tejano superstar Selena Quintanilla is back in the spotlight with a brand new documentary series that hears from Yolanda Saldivar for the first time.

Titled Selena & Yolanda: The Secrets Between Them, the two-part docuseries is now streaming on Peacock and features an exclusive interview with Saldivar from prison, where she has been held since 1995 after being convicted of Selena’s murder. The series also features interviews with Saldivar’s family members and authorities who responded to the scene of Selena’s shocking murder in 1995.

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Want to watch the Yolanda Saldivar documentary? Here’s everything you need to know.

How to Watch Yolanda Saldivar Documentary Online

Selena & Yolanda: The Secrets Between Them first aired in two parts on Oxygen on Feb. 17 and 18. You can now stream the Yolanda Saldivar and Selena documentary on demand on Peacock, which costs $5.99 and up per month.

Want to stream the Yolanda Saldivar documentary online with a cable subscription? You can watch Selena & Yolanda on by logging in with your cable TV provider credentials, including both traditional and streaming TV providers such as DirecTV Stream, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, Sling, Verizon, Xfinity and others.

It’s also available to buy or rent on Apple TV, Prime Video and other TVOD services. You can buy both episodes on Amazon for only $2.74, or 45 percent off the full season ($4.99).

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A Peacock subscription costs just $5.99 a month and lets you watch the Selena and Yolanda documentary in addition to thousands of other TV shows, movies, live sporting events and specials. Peacock is also the streaming home of the 2024 People’s Choice Awards.

Selena & Yolanda: The Secrets Between Them: Spoilers, Episode Length

The new Yolanda Saldivar documentary consists of two episodes, both of which will air on Oxygen and stream online through Peacock. Both episodes are around 80-90 minutes in length.

In addition to hearing from Saldivar — speaking out from prison — the docuseries features interviews with the former Selena fan club president’s family members, along with Corpus Christi Police detectives who were on the scene of Selena’s murder, the prosecutors who put Saldivar on trial, and multiple journalists who covered the story for both English and Spanish-language press.

Per a release from Oxygen, “Saldivar details her working relationship and friendship with Selena, and she’s not alone. For the first time, members of Yolanda’s family discuss the two women and share never-before-revealed documents and recordings in an effort to show there was more to the tragedy than the public knows.”

Selena was at the height of her fame when she was gunned down by Saldivar on March 31, 1995, after the singer confronted the former nurse about embezzling money from her fan club. Saldivar was sentenced to life in prison in October 1995, with the possibility of parole in 30 years. The new documentary series comes one year before Saldivar is eligible for parole.

Watch the Yolanda Saldivar documentary, Selena & Yolanda: The Secrets Between Them, on Peacock here.

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