'Worst Rommate Ever': 5 things to know about Netflix's true-crime docuseries

The docuseries revolves around roommates with terrifying intentions of ruining the lives of their unsuspecting victims, enough to scar and last a lifetime


                            'Worst Rommate Ever': 5 things to know about Netflix's true-crime docuseries
A still from 'Worst Roommate Ever' (Netflix)
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If you're one to like intriguing plots revolving around mysterious and strange people, tune in to Netflix to catch 'Worst Roommate Ever'. Talk about a real-life walking-and-talking nightmare lounging on the couch. The American documentary television series is all set to catch us off-guard and keep us at the edge of our seats from March 1, 2022. 

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The four-part true-crime documentary includes violent con artists and stone-cold killers, so here's your cue to brace yourselves. These terrifying stories showcase some of the world's worst cohabitation experiences ever. The series highlights four harrowing tales of seemingly harmless roommates (on the surface) who eventually turn into real-life nightmares when their malevolent - and even violent - intentions are revealed. Each unsettling true story chronicles the masked menace that could be lurking right down the hall, just a couple of steps away. 

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When does 'Worst Roommate Ever' release and where can you watch it?

Season 1 of 'Worst Roommate Ever' premieres on March 1, 2022, and can be watched on Netflix.

What is 'Worst Roommate Ever' all about?

The official synopsis reads, "When Alex Miller rents out her Philadelphia apartment room to Jed Creek, she has no idea that he will slowly lay claim to her apartment using his knowledge of tenancy laws, and terrorize her along the way". The series revolves around roommates with terrifying intentions of ruining the lives of their unsuspecting victims, enough to scar and last a lifetime. 

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Who stars in the Netflix reality series?

We're yet to see updates on this front but stay tuned.

Showrunners 

Scoop Wasserstein and Mary Lisio are the executive producers of the documentary series.

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