When it comes to real-life crime documentaries, Peacock delivers the best. It’s evident from its previous achievements like the Killer Couples, A Deadly Game, Oxygen’s Snapped, and Murdered. The platform is back with an original content Preaching Evil: A Wife on the Run season one.
The four-episode documentary series follows the existence of a polygamist cult chief Warren Jeffs shown through the lens of his dearest wife, Naomi Jessop.
The film offers unique glances into the most renowned cults presenting an entire interview with Jeffs' record keeper, Noami Jessop, who was always with him throughout his remarkable rise to glory and fall from grace.
From abuse, heartbreaks, and betrayal-Jessop provides firsthand accounts of his offences and how he perfectly controlled his followers. She also narrates her life inside the cult, from when she was forcefully married to Jeffs at 14 years to the moment the law enforcement attacked the cult.
The series also presents interviews with Jeffs' former spouse and their kids together, Sarah and Wendell, law enforcement members instrumental in the attack of the Zion Ranch, and the lawyers associated with Jeffs’ sentencing.
Preaching Evil: A Wife on the Run with Warren Jeffs is the piece for you if you adore crimes, cults, and true stories. Peacock has also posted a trailer on its main YouTube channel for more storylines. The film will reach us on Tuesday, April 26th, via the Peacock platform. You can’t afford to miss this one!