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7 best True Crime series released in 2022

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the narratives true crime are always darlings of the public, who love to follow the reenactment of real crimes. And 2022 was a rich year for this type of narrative, with releases that were highly anticipated by subscribers of the platforms of streaming.

Thinking about it, we brought you a list of the 7 best series true crime of 2022 for you to marathon this new year’s vacation. After all, some of them will continue and will be released in 2023. Check it out!

1. Dahmer: An American Cannibal

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Dahmer: An American Cannibalfrom Netflix, scandalized the world by tell the real story of the crimes committed by the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer. Between 1978 and 1991, Dahmer murdered 17 men in Wisconsin and Ohio. He usually lured victims into gay bars, spiked their drinks with drugs, and after killing them, dismembered and even ate chunks of their bodies.

Starred by actor Evan Peters, dahmer is a strong and very graphic miniseries that requires parsimony from the most sensitive viewer.

2. Brutal Pact: The Assassination of Daniella Perez

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the documentary series Brutal Pact – The Murder of Daniella Perez, from HBO Max, recounts a tragedy that occurred in Brazil in 1992, when actress Daniella Perez was murdered by actor Guilherme de Pádua, her colleague on the soap opera Body and soul, and by his then wife, Paula Thomaz. Both shared the scene as a romantic couple in the serial, which was written by her mother, author Glória Perez.

The case mobilized the country, which received information about the crime through a narrative that confused reality with fictional characters. This whole story is told in 5 chapters in a miniseries with many images produced at the time.

3. Black Bird

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Produced by Apple TV, black bird is a series that retells a true crime. The story involves a drug dealer who receives a proposal from the FBI: be transferred to a maximum security prison to approach a serial killer accused of killing several girls.

If you manage to complete the mission, you will be released from your sentence. The whole plot unfolds in six rather tense episodes.

4. The Dropout

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The Dropout, from Star+, proves that the gender true crime it doesn’t just involve crimes of murder. In this series, Amanda Seyfried tells the true story of Elizabeth Holmes, a technology entrepreneur who created a millionaire fraud: she launched a startup called Theranos, a blood collection laboratory that promised to develop a revolutionary technique in the analysis of diseases.

But it was all a farce, which mobilized the money of many millionaires who invested in Elizabeth Holmes’ business – then seen as a star in the financial market. The story is divided into eight chapters and Amanda Seyfried’s performance earned her an Emmy nomination for Best Actress in a Miniseries or TV Movie.

5. Inventing Anna

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Already Inventing Anna, from Netflix, is yet another series that retells a real crime involving financial scams on rich people. Produced by the mighty Shonda RhimesInventing Anna follows the investigation of a journalist (played by Anna Chlumsky, who made Veep) around the mysterious Anna Delvey (Julia Garner, from ozark) – an socialite who was arrested after scamming banks and millionaires, causing thousands of dollars in damages.

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The most fascinating part of this true story, told in nine episodes, is understanding how a delicate woman managed to do all this. Anna Delvey, who claimed to be German, is actually called Anna Sorokin and is a young Russian woman who has defrauded credit cards, stayed in luxury hotels without paying and scammed several people who believed to be her friends.

6. A Friend of the Family

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A Friend of the Family is a series on the Peacock channel that is among the best of the year on several critics’ lists. It tells the true story of a guy named Robert Berchtold (Jake Lacy, who made The White Lotus). In 1974, he kidnaps the girl Jan Broberg (Mckenna Grace, from The Handmaid’s Tale), daughter of the Broberg family, with whom he maintains a friendship.

After she is returned to her parents, Bechtold kidnaps her again in 1976. They are all part of a Mormon community, which makes the story all the more disturbing. The series even discusses the idea of ​​pedophilia before it was officially recognized as a perversion.

7. In the Name of Heaven

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In the Name of Heaven, from Star+, turns into a series a story about true crimes that happened in 1984, in Utah, in the United States, involving the murder of Brenda Lafferty and her 15-month-old daughter. Brenda was found by her husband with her throat slit after being suffocated by the cord of a vacuum cleaner.

The case is narrated from the perspective of detective Jeb Pyre (played by Andrew Garfield), who gradually reveals the role of the Mormon religion in what happened to the two. It’s quite a shocking series, which also discusses religious fanaticism and the many social damages it is capable of causing.

In the Name of Heaven is based on a well-known journalistic work called By the Banner of Heaven, which was published by journalist Jon Krakauer in 2003.

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