You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for the next great true crime series to watch all at once on Netflix. Since the streaming market opened, there has been a significant increase in true-crime documentaries, which has made it possible to tell several stories that are stranger than fiction. A truly outstanding crime docuseries draws you in with a captivating opening scene before delving deeper into the case with each episode. In addition, even though the topic of murder is unquestionably present on our list, the following section contains a few true-crime shows that concentrate on non-violent crimes.
Crime Scene-The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel: The Story of Elisa Lam’s Mysterious Behaviour and Her Disappearance at the Cecil Hotel: For a long time, I’ve been fascinated by the tale of Elisa Lam’s mysterious behaviour and her disappearance at the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles. In four episodes, Netflix tells the full story of Elisa Lam’s ill-fated visit to the Cecil. The show also tells the chilling history of Cecil.
Unsolved Mysteries: It is a unique series in true crime, a reboot of the long-running series formed by John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer. The original show was well-known for its blend of paranormal and cold cases. While Robert Stack narrated the previous seasons, the new reboot takes a less narrative approach, resulting in standalone episode documentaries of varying substance and style.
I Just Killed My Dad: The bizarre and true story of Anthony Templet, who confessed to killing his father, is the subject of the documentary I Just Killed My Dad. I Just Killed My Dad delves into Templet’s history before the horrific crime and its devastating aftermath throughout three episodes. The documentary series, directed by Skye Borgman, discusses how important Templet’s mental health is. I Just Killed My Dad focuses on interviews with his mother and stepbrother and with investigators and legal professionals.
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