FilmRise adds a new true-crime series, "Making a Serial Killer"

The film and television studio and streaming network has commissioned the original FirstLookTV series for North America, German-speaking Europe, and Australia and New Zealand.

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“Making a Serial Killer"

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FilmRise has ordered new 10-episode true-crime series “Making a Serial Killer" from FirstLookTV for North America, German-speaking Europe, and Australia and New Zealand.

Each episode focuses on a different serial killer and offers an answer to the question “what make a serial killer tick?” The reasons given by each killer will be dissected by criminologists and psychologists and include gripping interviews with detectives, heart-breaking first-person accounts by survivors and their families, and edge-of-your-seat footage from interrogation rooms.

Max Einhorn, SVP of Acquisitions & Co-Productions of FilmRise, commented: “FilmRise and FirstLookTV are both clear leaders in the true-crime space. We are amazed by the access and exclusive content Will Hanrahan and his team have secured in this production. After the success of our co-production 'Meet, Marry, Murder', we were excited to partner with FirstLookTV again on this series.  Serial killers and their atrocities did not disappear after the 1970’s. These look like everyday people, so heed the warning signs this show shares with you.”

Episodes feature accounts from the parents of a victim of Jesse Matthew, the “The Back-to-School Killer”;two siblings who survived Don Miller, the “East Lansing Serial Killer”; the lead investigator who caught Toronto’s Bruce McArthur, and much more.

Serial killers and their atrocities did not disappear after the 1970’s. These look like everyday people, so heed the warning signs this show shares with you” Max Einhorn SVP of Acquisitions & Co-Productions of FilmRise