Deadly criminals, tricky cases, mind-boggling twists, and clues that are hard to find. If all this, and more, interests you, there’s no way you haven’t watched Catching Killers yet. Has this already got you excited? Were you waiting for more? We have got good news for you. Catching Killers Season 2 is all set to reach your screens and fill the void that the last few months have left in your life.
This is probably the best news for all the binge-watchers since it wasn’t long before that we watched Catching Killers and it’s already renewed for another season which is all set to air soon.
Catching Killers Season 2 Release Date
The crime docuseries is releasing on February 9, 2022, on Netflix and is all set to give you a sneak peek into the spine-chilling, harrowing crimes and the investigators’ efforts of tracking down the vicious criminals. As per Netflix Life, the series will drop at 12:00 a.m. PT/3:00 a.m. ET. And if you live in the Midwest, the second season may drop at 2:00 a.m. CT.
Catching Killers Season 2 Trailer
Netflix dropped the Catching Killers Season 2 trailer a few days back on January 29, 2022. The trailer sees the investigators talking about they couldn’t talk about the cold-blooded murders with their families because they wanted to keep them away from the “warped” world.
You can watch the trailer here.
The evilest of the crimes, horrific cases, and gut-wrenching crimes is what this series tracks down. The first season of Catching Killers consists of 10 episodes that explored the cases of Manhunter: Aileen Wuornos, The Happy Face Killer, and The Green River Killer.
If you are wondering whether you should watch the docuseries, if you still haven’t, we are happy to help. Given that it’s a documentary it might not appeal to the ones who like to watch light-hearted, full of drama, comedy, and fantasy series. However, if you are the one who has the curiosity to know how dark the world can be, at times, or actually is, this docuseries will make for a perfect watch. Moreover, since it’s a documentary it will report real-life cold-blooded murders without much play.
If you always want a bucket of popcorn by your side whenever you watch movies, you might want to either skip having popcorn or this movie, at all.
That said, since it’s on Netflix, we don’t have to worry about getting bored or leaving our screens disappointed. You will definitely have an extremely chilling experience with even worse cases and deadlier criminals than Season 1.