Serial killer documentaries and true crime shows have been popular for years, and Netflix has been capitalising on their success in a big way for years.
Making a Murderer was a global hit when it launched, and since then, more and more sensationalised true crime docuseries have been released by the streaming giant
Netflix's head of global TV, Bela Bajaria, announced there would be more to see from both The Watcher and Monster series.
Marvel has gotten us all used to the term cinematic universe, and many other companies have tried to replicate the success of the MCU.
While it's a practice that suits superhero films, the Kaiju Godzilla and King Kong films, and even subtly interconnected movies like Quentin Tarantinos
It feels a little strange to have a real-life serial killer cinematic universe.
On the off chance that is happening, please don't engage with it. It's gross that killers who have victims very much alive and well today are being turned into IP.
With Latest Stories!