Have you ever seen something so twisted and mind-boggling that you had no idea how to feel after? That's how I feel after watching the trailer for the newest Netflix Original True Crime Documentary - 'The Innocent Man'.
Netflix is known for the gripping crime content they've been putting out lately, with Blockbuster shows like 'Making a Murderer' and 'The Staircase' available for you to stream, there's never a shortage of content for you to binge watch.
Netflix dropped the trailer for a new Original series that will be released on December 14th, and something about it is seriously f*cked up. Usually trailers give a pretty good idea of what's going to happen in a show, but 'The Innocent Man' trailer has left me with absolutely no idea what to expect.
As you can see, the series is based on a work of non-fiction by famous author John Grisham. Grisham says it himself in the trailer, "If I wrote 'The Innocent Man' as a novel, folks probably wouldn't believe it."
This series tells the story of a series of murders that took place in the 1980s in Ada, Oklahoma. For years, people believed that the right men had been put away and were serving time for their heinous crimes, but now... We're not so sure.
In recent years, people have started to wonder if the men who confessed were coerced into doing so, and the real killer is still out there, or if they really are guilty of murdering the innocent women. There's really only one way to find out - check out Netflix on December 14th to stream (or more realistically, binge) 'The Innocent Man'.
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