Another day, another Netflix series that we need to binge on. I'm pretty sure that no one has any hobbies anymore. What do people fill in on the 'hobbies and interests' section on their CV? Or their dating profile? Mine would just say: 'Eating, drinking and Netflix'.
Sure, there are some people who do awesome things, like go mountain climbing and run (for FUN?!). And fair play to them. These are the people will outlive all of us couch potatoes and have all their own teeth when they're 70.
I'm just going to say it; sitting on your arse and eating crisps is fun. Even better in your pants. Judge me, I don't care.
Anyway, there's a new binge-watch series which is coming to Netflix on May 19, and it's being hailed as the next Making A Murderer. If it's even half as successful as that, it'll be a winner - surely?
Check out the trailer...
The Keepers is a seven-part series which looks into the curious case of Sister Cathy Cesnik, a Catholic school teacher at Archbishop Keough High School. On November 7, 1969, she went missing. Her body was found a week later.
The series analyses her unsolved murder, who could have potentially killed her and, most importantly, why?
The filmmakers have interviewed friends, relatives, journalists, government officials and Baltimore citizens in order to piece it together. Director Ryan White says that the government and religious institutions 'at best, dropped the ball over the last 45 years - and, at worst, covered it up'.
They explore the possibility that Cesnik was murdered as she was threatening to expose a prostitution ring that was reportedly led by the school's chaplain. These accusations haven't been pulled out of nowhere. In fact, they are supported by two women's claims that the chaplain raped them.
We may never know what happened to Cesnik, but this promises to be gripping viewing.