Netflix has recently added one more true crime documentary to it’s list of success. In addition to other binge worthy documentaries, such as “Unsolved Mysteries,” “American Murder: The Family Next Door,” and “Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer,” comes “Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel.”
Following its release last Wednesday, Netflix’s new docuseries Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer has gained significant media attention for its unique coverage of Richard Ramirez’s rampage of horror during the 1980s.
The second season of “Real Life Nightmare” premieres Sunday, November 8 at 10 p.m. ET/PT. Murder Murder News was privy to a special preview of Real Life Nightmare’s second episode, “Vanished from School,” which covers the case of Kyron Horman and premieres November 15 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Academy Award-nominated film producer Marc Smerling directed “A Wilderness of Error,” a five-part docuseries that is based on Errol Morris’ book of the same name. The first three episodes of the series were released by FX on September 25, 2020, and the final two are scheduled to release on October 2. In only watching the first three hours of the program, I finally understand why Morris is so captivated by the case — it’s not as cut and dry as the media initially portrayed.
FX: A Wilderness of Error will broadcast a docuseries of a former Doctor’s, Jeffrey MacDonald, criminal case that occurred more than 50 years ago. The docuseries will reveal if McDonald was indeed innocent.
A true crime show hosted by a member of New Kids on the Block? This might sound like your 90s fantasy that is too good to be true, but you are wrong! Donnie Walberg hosts HLN’s “Very Scary People”, a show that revisits the twisted lives of some of the most frightening, diabolical characters in recent history.
It’s always the husband, OR IS IT? HLN’s newest true crime show Sex & Murder will test that theory, as it is basically real life CSI, and yes, that is as good as you hope it will be. The show focuses on secret affairs, kinks, sex addiction, and dirty secrets that all lead to–murder. If sexy secrets and murder aren’t enough to entice you, then you may still want to come for the forensic breakdown of how detectives used the evidence at the scene of crime to catch up with the murderer.
The acclaimed docu-series from award-winning filmmaker Joe Berlinger returns for a second season. “Wrong Man” fill follow three new cases of inmates, including two women, who say they’ve been mistakenly incarcerated, some for decades!
2019 has been an avalanche of Bundy content. But Amazon is creating one more docuseries, Falling for a Killer, which hopes to be the very last one. Here’s what you need to know about it.
When the second season of Mindhunter dropped, viewers were fascinated by the story of the Atlanta child murders.
Netflix gives us an unbelievable amount of content right at our fingertips. There’s really something for everyone. And for some, that “something” is delving into a revolting true crime story. If there’s one genre Netflix has in spades, it’s crime documentaries. They can’t churn out enough of it.
And what’s not to love? While it can be nice to lose yourself in a fantasy world for a few hours, other times you need a cold splash of reality. There are some really stellar feature-length crime documentaries on Netflix, but this list focuses on titles that include multiple episodes. From intriguing to shocking to downright disturbing, there’s a wide range of true crime content on Netflix that’s ripe for binging. Here are Netflix’s ten best true crime documentary series. Just a suggestion: You might wanna leave the lights on when watching.