'Confessions of a Serial Killer: Samuel Little': Air time, how to live stream, trailer and all you need to know about Reelz documentary
The depravity of America's most prolific serial killer - Samuel Little - is being explored for the screen once again. This time, it's in a neatly packaged form titled 'Confessions of a Serial Killer: Samuel Little' that airs this weekend making for the perfect pizzaz for true crime fanatics choosing to stay cooped up at home on Saturday night. Little had killed close to a hundred women, with his crimes spanning across three decades until as late as 2005, and across 14 states in America. Read on to find out all you need to know about the upcoming documentary on one of America's most notorious serial killers who might put the likes of Charles Manson and Richard Ramirez to shame.
'Confessions of a Serial Killer: Samuel Little' premiers this Saturday, May 1, at 8/7 c only on Reelz.
How to live stream:
According to Reelz's official website, "REELZ is available as a Subscription Video On Demand service through Roku, Amazon Prime Video and FireTV." Those with cable providers could opt for a subscription by clicking here for a free trial.
The Reelz press site details the synopsis of 'Confessions of a Serial Killer: Samuel Little' by beginning with the shocking number of his murder victims. The website notes: "Samuel Little claims to have killed up to 93 women across various US states over four decades, with the FBI confirming they have good reason to believe that he was responsible for over half of those murders. Traveling from California to Mississippi and with exclusive access to interviews with the killer that have never been broadcast before, film-maker Ben Zand tries to get to the bottom of how such a prolific killer was on the loose for so long and why the victims were allowed to pile up, seemingly unnoticed."
The trailer for the documentary opens with announcing Little by his most infamous moniker: America's most prolific serial killer. Witness accounts and expert's anecdotes then take viewers through the 90-plus suspected murders, some 37 of which were confirmed by authorities during the time Little was incarcerated. It's chilling to the last detail! Check it out for yourself right here:
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