Creepy new Netflix true crime documentary could be your last big binge of 2021 1 month ago

Creepy new Netflix true crime documentary could be your last big binge of 2021

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It will be released later this month.

Netflix has unveiled a trailer for the second season of Crime Scene, its true-crime documentary anthology show exploring how certain locations aid and abet criminal activity.


Titled Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer, the plot synopsis for the three-part series coming later this month reads:

"Season two begins as firemen respond to a call at a seedy hotel in the middle of Times Square in December 1979.

"What they discover among the smoke and ash shocks even the most seasoned NYC homicide detectives, triggering a hunt for a vicious serial killer who preyed upon sex workers operating within Times Square’s then-booming, anything-goes sex industry."

The streamer says the series takes viewers deep into the investigation, detailing the social and systemic forces at play in a "near-lawless area in the centre of Manhattan that allowed multiple horrific crimes to go unnoticed for too long".

Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer is the follow-up to this year's Crime Scene: The Vanishing at Cecil Hotel, which analysed how a Los Angeles hotel’s tragic history contributed to the mystery around a young guest’s disappearance.

According to Netflix, 45 million households around the world watched the series on the platform in the first 28 days after it premiered in February.

Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer will be released on 29 December. You can watch the trailer below.


Clip via Netflix

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