Netflix is becoming infamously famous for crime shows and movies. Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer is an American 2021 limited docu-series on Netflix. Directed by Joe Berlinger, the show examines the famous Times Square killings of the ‘70s and ‘80s.
This new season is the sequel of the docu-series Crime Scene: The Vanishing At The Cecil Hotel, which was released back in February 2021. There is another good news for all the crime-thriller tales fans as Netflix has officially renewed that the Crime Scene for the third and fourth seasons. So, we can expect more thrilling tales on their way.
The true story behind Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer
Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer is the second season of Crime Scene. It focuses on the murders committed by serial killer, Richard Cottingham.
The new season is divided into three episodes. Netflix has revealed in a statement, which says, “In the second installment coming Dec. 29, Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer will examine how the danger and depravity of New York’s Times Square in the late 1970s and early 1980s made it possible for one man to commit – and nearly get away with – unthinkable acts in a nearly lawless area rife with drugs and sex work. These three episodes will delve into the social and systemic forces that allowed horrific crimes to go unnoticed for too long.”
The team behind Crime Scene: The Vanishing at The Cecil Hotel is back
They’ll next explore the danger and depravity of NYC’s Times Square in the 70s & 80s — a place that made it possible for one man to commit unthinkable acts. Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer premieres 12/29 pic.twitter.com/aC1KCOqYzl
— Netflix (@netflix) November 12, 2021
When will Crime Scene: The Times Square Killer be released?
The second season is already streaming on Netflix. It was released globally on December 29th, 2021, and will be perfect for your long-cozy winter nights.
Will there be more seasons of Crime Scene on Netflix?
Yes, Netflix has officially announced that there will be a third and fourth season of Crime Scene.
Netflix explained, “We always saw the potential for Crime Scene to be an ongoing series about how certain locations became accomplices to crimes that took place there. Now, as part of our deepening creative partnership with [filmmaker Joe Berlinger] and on the heels of the high interest in season one, we are pleased to renew the series for three additional seasons — each tackling a new location with a dark past.”
They also added, “Joe and team are already at work on the third and fourth seasons of Crime Scene, as well as a recently announced documentary series about the rise and fall of American financier and Ponzi schemer Bernie Madoff.”
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