Two Of Piers Morgan's Serial Killer Documentary Series' Are Landing On Netflix
Killer Women With Piers Morgan and Serial Killer With Piers Morgan will both land on the streaming platform on August the 8th - so we've got tonnes of gripping interviews to binge.
Originally having aired on ITV between 2016 and 2017, Killer Women sees Piers travel to America to meet some of the country's most notorious female murderers.
There, he not only interviews these women, but their families and loved ones of their victims.
Plus, he talks with law enforcement officials, defense attorneys and prosecutors on their cases, sometimes even returning to the very scene of the murders to give a full picture of what went on.
The series features interviews with everyone from Erin Caffey, whose boyfriend Charlie Wilkinson and his friend Charles Wade brutally murdered her mother and two brothers back in 2008, and Amber Wright, who conspired with her friends to kill her boyfriend when she was just a teenager back in 2011.
The harrowing story of murderer Ashley Humphrey's crimes is also explored. She followed vicim Sandra Rozzo home from work in 2003 and shot her eight times at point blank range.
Then, she called her husband as if nothing had happened and asked him to order pizza.
Ashley finally confessed to her crimes while being interviewed by Piers for the show.
"I think Ashley felt relieved to finally confess," Piers recalled afterwards.
"For me this show is the ultimate journalism. You're basically trying to unravel a heinous crime and trying to get inside the head of someone to work out why they did this terrible thing.
"The moment when Ashley admitted the full truth was amazing. That's the challenge, to get to the truth of why they did it."
As for Serial Killer With Piers Morgan, the show first aired back in 2017, and returned to ITV for four more episodes thereafter - the most recent hitting screens in 2019.
Similarly to Killer Women, the show sees Piers meet the perpetrators themselves as well as those involved in the case, from legal teams to their families and those close to their victims.
Mark Riebe and Bernard Gilesare two of the killers who Piers faces in the series, while Bronx businessman Alex Henriquez also comes under the spotlight.
Henriquez murdered three individuals back in 1992, asphyxiating them all before dumping them by a highway. In his interview with Piers he continued to protest his innocence.
The final subject of the doc is Lorenzo Gilyard, who admitted to murdering five hitch-hikers and killing them back in late 1973.
But his interview with Piers doesn't go swimmingly, and he even ends up walking out half way through.
Crime buffs, this is your telly binge sorted...
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