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What to Know About Netflix’s Biographical Series ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’
Netflix has been releasing riveting and blood-curdling documentary series in recent years, such as Catching Killers (2021), The Women and the Murderer (2021), The Raincoat Killer: Chasing a Predator in Korea (2021) and Indian Predator: The Butcher of Delhi (2022), to mention a few.The streamer’s newest installment Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, premiered on September 21, 2022, and is based on the life of the psychopathic murderer Jeffrey Dahmer (May 21 1960- November 28 1994). The limited series sheds light on corruption in the police force that encouraged Dahmer's notorious killing behavior for over a decade.Here’s everything to know about this biographical crime drama series.
'The Jeffrey Dahmer Story' and the Moral Conundrum Facing the True Crime Genre
As a huge fan of horror, it was impossible for me to pass up 'Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.' Like many people, I've spent years studying him, watching biopics and documentaries, reading about the history of his crimes. I asked myself about nature and nurture. I picked up on his dull stare and his hushed tone, and I wondered what twisted lesson could be learned from him--at least that's what I told myself. In truth, I didn't really care about the psychology behind any of it. People do freaky things. They just do. Instead, I was pushing past my gag reflex, training myself to digest the horror of it all, the drill, the skulls, that poor man who begged the police to help him. I wanted to know this monster's secrets. He was in a fishbowl, and it was just too intriguing to look away. It was hell's gossip. I wasn't alone in this. I was part of a trend that has dominated American media for decades. We cannot get enough of these icons. We grab a microscope, shove them onto a slide and stare, and we keep staring, hoping for a new angle, a new rendition, another piece of the puzzle to keep us salivating.
Joe Goldberg is Now a Professor in 'You' Season 4
In the upcoming season of Netflix's You, Joe Goldberg will be sporting an entirely new appearance.Although the teaser for the program doesn't reveal much about the plot, it does provide a glance into the upcoming season. For example, Joe Goldberg is now Professor Jonathan Moore, according to the teaser.After killing his wife Love (Victoria Pedretti), Joe leaves the American suburbs for Paris in search of his mistress Marienne (Tati Gabrielle), where the next season will pick up.
What to Watch on Netflix: September 26-October 2, 2022
Our expectations for how Netflix will conclude it in the fifth week of September 2022 are now very high because it has been hitting some high notes this month.Let's review all the new Netflix television and feature releases for the fifth week of September 2022. This list will include every new title that the streaming service will offer between September 26 and October 2, 2022.
"Shadow and Bone Season 2": Updates and Release Date
The second season of Shadow and Bone, which will pick up where the first left off with what happens after Alina and Mal flee The Darkling, will soon be available on Netflix. However, no release date has yet been made public. Season 2's filming was finished in June 2022. The series is currently in post-production, so to speak.
Romeo and Juliet Spinoff "Rosaline" Set to Premier on Hulu This October
Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet will have 'a fresh and hilarious twist' in Disney+'s 'Rosaline,' which will start streaming on October 14.The story of the romantic comedy from 20th Century Studios is portrayed from the viewpoint of Rosaline, Romeo's current love interest and Juliet's cousin (Kaitlyn Dever). Rosaline hatches a plan to thwart the well-known romance and get her boyfriend back after she is devastated when Romeo (Kyle Allen) meets Juliet (Isabela Merced) and starts to pursue her.
Netflix to Further Expand Its Video Game Segment
Netflix looks to further expand its share in the video game industry as it is set to open a new Netflix Games studio in Helsinki, which will be led by Marko Lastikka, co-founder of the Zygna Helsinki game development studio. This move, however, is far from unprecedented.The massive subscription streaming service and production company has been participating in the video games market for at least several months already, with official reports about its decision breaking in July of last year (2021).
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