It's clear that for some reason, we all love watching movies or series about serial killers, or just those accused of murder. I'm not going to lie to you, one of the ways I relax is watching Dateline, so I completely get it. From Netflix docuseries like Making A Murderer to The Innocent Man, these kinds of shows just pull us in and we end up thinking about it for days after. Well, get ready, because one of the worlds most famous serial killers is getting a docuseries on himself. And that would be Ted Bundy.
If you're not familiar with the Ted Bundy case, from February 1974 to February 1978, he murdered over 30 women and one man in multiple states. He was a socialite, very friendly, and many claim he didn't 'look like a serial killer', so it was a while before he was caught. Four years exactly. The series on Ted Bundy is called Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, and it actually premieres on the exact date he was executed.
The Ted Bundy case was a very interesting one. Women adored him even when he was on trial, which made his case a lot more fascinating. Now, the docuseries will go behind the trial in a very different way.
Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes will show never-before-heard interviews with the serial killer. There will only be four episodes, but those four episodes will be hard to get through. If you've ever watched a Ted Bundy interview before, you'll know he's not very sympathetic with those he killed or to those around him, and it seems like the fame got to his head a little bit.
Not only will this Netflix Original series make you feel anxious, but it will make you feel weird knowing he was on death row for some of these never-before-heard conversations. He ultimately died in 1989 from execution by electrocution.
Conversations With a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes will be on Netflix on January 24th, 2019.