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Catching Killers dropped on the streaming platform in November, and already people are hooked.
You can watch the trailer below:
Spanning across four episodes, the chilling series examines three serial killer cases from decades gone by.
While the first focuses on the Green River Killer Gary Ridgway - who was convicted for committing 49 separate murders and was the second most prolific serial killer in US history - the second follows the case of serial killer and sex worker Aileen Wuornos.
Wuornos murdered seven men between 1989 and 1990 by gunshot. She was sentenced to death for six of the murders and was executed by lethal injection on 9th October 2002.
The final two episodes of the series focus on Keith Hunter Jesperson, who murdered at least eight women during the early 1990s.
Jesperson was known as the 'happy face killer' after signing chilling letters to the press with a smiley face. He is now serving a life sentence without parole at the Oregon State Penitentiary.
Ever since the show dropped this week, people have been hooked to the frightening episodes, which feature interviews, news reports and re-enactments.
One person wrote on Twitter: "I got home from work and put on my 'Serial Killer Documentaries and Chill' tshirt (no special occasion). 4 hours later Madison and I are binge watching Catching Killers on Netflix since it just dropped. Definitely needed to be more than 4 episodes."
While another said: "About to binge watch catching killers."
And a third added: "Of course I’m binge watching Catching Killers on Netflix!"
"If you like true crime watch catching killers on netflix. so good," said a fourth.
While a fifth tweeted: "If you like True Crime Documentaries, Catching Killers has just come out on Netflix and it’s a must watch."
Catching Killers is available to watch on Netflix now.
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