Crime TV shows are the best to binge on, especially when you need a break from all the movies and TV series you’ve been catching up on and need a little break or just want something a little different to watch. Don’t worry, we’ve got a covered. Here are few Crime docuseries and movie you can watch this week, which will have you wanting more.
The Ted Bundy Tapes:
What it’s about: “The Ted Bundy Tapes” talks about America’s most notorious serial killer Theodore Robert Bundy, A.K.A Ted Bundy. Bundy has fascinated and horrified the American public since convicted and later put to death for the murder of over 30 women in the 1970s.
Why it’s worth watching:Ted Bundy will give you the chills from beginning to end. The series will feature previously unheard audio of interviews with Bundy, which were recorded while he was on death row in Florida, much before he was sentenced to death in 1989. The series will give you an extreme intense portrait of the killer and an in depth look of what goes behind a serial killers mind.
Abducted in plain sight:
What’s it about: The hit movie on Netflix tells the bizarre true story of a 12-year-old Jan Broberg, who was abducted by family friend Berchtold.
Why it’s worth watching: If you’ve Watched the Ted Bundy and want something more or similar, Abducted in Plain Sight may be your right pick. This true crime documentary, is about a family that falls prey to the manipulative charms of a neighbor, who abducts their adolescent daughter. Twice! The story unravels of how a pedophile tries to destroy a perfect family, just to get to his one and only true love.
What’s it about: “The Keepers” explores the disappearance and murder of Sister Catherine Cesnik, whose body was discovered in January of 1970.
Why it’s worth watching: This documentary investigates Father Joseph Maskell’s possible involvement to the murder of Sister Cathy who may have been killed for wanting to expose him and others for sexual abusing teenage students at Archbishop Keough High School. The series is a deeply human documentary which becomes darker and more disturbing with every turn, while also amplifying jaw-dropping facts at its core.