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Dig into the real stories behind Netflix Original true crime stories– how our filmmakers got access, what ended up on the cutting room floor, and even the impact a Netflix show can have on the real lives of its subjects. Keep the conversation going on Twitter @CantMakeThisUp, or find us on Facebook at You Cant Make This Up Netflix.

You Can’t Make This Up Netflix

    • TV & Film
    • 3.7, 385 Ratings

Dig into the real stories behind Netflix Original true crime stories– how our filmmakers got access, what ended up on the cutting room floor, and even the impact a Netflix show can have on the real lives of its subjects. Keep the conversation going on Twitter @CantMakeThisUp, or find us on Facebook at You Cant Make This Up Netflix.

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5
385 Ratings

385 Ratings

boreddriver10 ,

You will love one and hate another.

It can be hit or miss depending on who is hosting the show. I loved making a murderer show, but just listened to the ted bundy one and had to turn it off. The host kept asking about his race and privilege and clearly had no insight to what a sociopath is (which is pretty wild if you are conducting a show about Ted bundy). Totally missed the boat.

egj777 ,

Ted tapes

I think Taylor did a good job!i like that she brought a social justice perspective to the conversation and adding another a layer to consider.

I think it was interesting to pair these two for the interview, I enjoyed seeing how people from two different generations interacted.

F*ck the haters

12BALEGEND ,

E. St. Louis native

The lady doing the interview Taylor Crumpton, I think. She was completely inept. Her elementary level analysis of such a high profile case as Ted Bundy, was completely off base. Her efforts to lead the conversation in the direction of blaming and connecting white males, and the theory of white privilege. To the actions and crimes committed by a sociopath like Bundy. Only goes to prove she did very little homework before the interview, and instead went in with an ulterior motive to forcefully play the race card.
She was blinded to the facts about Ted Bundy, by her own racist views towards white men. Without knowing any of her work. I am betting there will be a pattern to this racist behavior in her other interviews and writings. Very sad and alarming, as well as enlightening.

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