Crime Scene: The Vanishing At The Cecil Lodge, a doc sequence from Some Type of Monster director Joe Berlinger, was watched by 45M households on Netflix in its first 4 weeks.
As such, the streamer has renewed the anthology sequence for an extra three seasons and set the follow-up – a sequence exploring the Instances Sq. Killer.
Berlinger, who’s below a take care of Netflix, additionally lately set a sequence on American financier and convicted Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff.
Crime Scene: The Instances Sq. Killer, which launches on December 29, will look at how the hazard and depravity of New York’s Instances Sq. within the late Seventies and early Eighties made it potential for one man to commit — and almost get away with — unthinkable acts in a nearly-lawless space rife with medicine and intercourse work. These three episodes will delve into the social and systemic forces that allowed horrific crimes to go unnoticed for too lengthy.
The brand new seasons might be produced by Think about Documentaries and RadicalMedia, in affiliation with Berlinger’s Third Eye Movement Image Firm.
Crime Scene: The Instances Sq. Killer is directed and exec produced by Berlinger with Brian Grazer, Ron Howard, Sara Bernstein, Justin Wilkes, Jon Kamen, Jon Doran, Jen Isaacson, Samantha Grogin and Leslie Mattingly exec producing.
“Oscar-nominated and Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker Joe Berlinger is a pioneer of the true crime style who skillfully turns his lens on complicated instances with an eye fixed for untold injustices,” stated Adam Del Deo, VP, Documentary Sequence, Netflix. “We at all times noticed potential for Crime Scene to be an ongoing sequence about how sure places grew to become accomplices to crimes that passed off there. Now, as a part of our deepening inventive partnership with Joe and on the heels of the excessive curiosity in season one, we’re happy to resume the sequence for 3 extra seasons — every tackling a brand new location with a darkish previous.”