The Second Season Of True-Crime Series The Confession Tapes Is On Netflix Now
True-crime fans rejoice, because the second season of the amazing The Confession Tapes is now on Netflix.
The show is perfect for a binge watch - especially as the weather has taken a nose-dive - examining four cases across four episodes.
The first season was a huge hit, gaining an army of fans, a 7.5 rating on IMDb and an incredible 100 percent on Rotten Tomatoes.
In this new season, documentary-makers take a look at four brand new cases which will definitely have armchair detectives screaming at their tellies.
In 'Gaslight', a truck driver without a lawyer confesses to killing a 17-year-old girl after a lengthy and exhausting interrogation.
Another episode, titled 'Joyride', looks at a Nebraskan double murder, which results in the arrest and (wrongful) conviction of Nick Sampson and Matthew Livers.
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Third episode 'Deep Down' centres on Angelika Graswald, who said she was 'OK' with the death of her fiancé - who drowned in a kayaking accident - prompting police and the media to pounce.
Meanwhile, 'Marching Orders' examines the confession tapes of Hami Hayat, who admitted to attending a terrorist camp - but now lawyers and Hayat's family question whether the tapes actually reveal a very different story.
Created by Kelly Loudenberg, The Confession Tapes is a shocking and at times frustrating look at 'cases where people convicted of murder claim their confessions were coerced, involuntary or false'.
In the trailer, one interviewee can be heard saying: "I see it every day - 'you wouldn't have pled guilty unless you were guilty'. Let me tell you, that is not how it works."
Fans are already reeling from the new episodes taking to Twitter to say: "Y'all need to watch The Confession Tapes on Netflix and tell me how many cases need to be reopened."
Another posted: "Watched the first episode of the new series of The Confession Tapes and it's already made me sick to my stomach."
While a third added: "The saddest part about The Confession Tapes is that if these people are innocent not only are some of them doing long bids in jail, but the actual killer is free. That's tough."
The second season of The Confession Tapes is streaming right now on Netflix.
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