Worst Roommate Ever is an upcoming docuseries on Netflix that will alter your viewpoint of having bad roommates. Previously, the streaming platform has provided us with amazing actual crime shows. For example, Wild Wild Country, The Sons of Sam: A Descent into Darkness, and Night Stalker: The Hunt For a Serial Killer makes us eager to see what this latest series will make us experience.
The series is scheduled to appear on the streaming platform from March 1, 2022. It will be a four-part true-crime documentary that orbits around mysterious and strange people. Scoop Wasserstein and Mary Lisio serve as the executive producers of the documentary series.
The official synopsis of the show browses, “When Alex Miller rents out her Philadelphia apartment room to Jed Creek, she has no idea that he will slowly lay claim to her apartment using his knowledge of tenancy laws, and terrorize her along the way.”
Whole plotline will feature brutal con artists and stone-cold murderers. For viewers who enjoy suspense and credible crime shows, the series is all set to offer four egregious scandals committed by K.C. Joy, Dorothea Puente, Youssef Khater, and Jamison Bachman.
These spooky stories showcase some of the world’s worst cohabitation ordeals ever. The series brings out four harrowing tales of apparently innocent roommates (on the surface) who ultimately turn into real-life nightmares when their nasty – and even violent – preferences are revealed. Each disturbing true story chronicles the camouflaged danger that could be sneaking right down the hall, just a couple of steps away.
The show will deliver information through interviews with some of those affected and animated reconstructions and recordings from the emergency services.
In a trailer released by Netflix, the words highlighted in the clip read, “These unsettling true stories chronicle the masked menace that can be lurking right down the hall.”
The show will inform the narrative of Dorothea Puente, the 1980s serial killer convicted of killing residents who lived in her downtown Sacramento home. According to the sources, Puente used to drug the elderly, homeless, and disabled renters at her boarding house, cash their Social Security checks, and bury them at her property located at 1426 F Street in Sacramento. She denied being part of the killing till her death even though she was testified guilty and had spent her time in prison.
No information regarding the cast has been disclosed so far. For further updates, stay tuned.