My Opinion on the Worst Roommate Ever: New Netflix True Crime Show Review

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I love true crime shows so much, and I've been pleased with the addition of Netflix's new material in the true crime genre. Netflix has even brought back Unsolved Mysteries, one of my all-time favorites. Who doesn't enjoy Robert Stack's gentle voice describing an unsolved event while you're trying to go to sleep? I can't be the only one. Here's my quick review of this new show.

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Netflix's new show 'Worst Roommate Ever' is now availableSigmund/Unsplash

When I came across Netflix's new show, 'Worst Roommate Ever,' I immediately took a screenshot and texted my former roommate jokingly about how streaming services were finally making a show about our time as young adults living together.

'Worst Roommate Ever' is a great show that delves into different stories, including serial squatters, and exposes deep flaws in the eviction process. Your heart will break when you see a serial squatter take advantage of innocent people and their homes. Blumhouse Productions, the studios that brought you 'Halloween,' 'Paranormal Activity, and other horror movies, do a great job telling the victim's stories. The show is well-paced and produced well. It's a new show, and hopefully, with the popularity, there will be a season 2.

Although Netflix has been raising prices consistently over the years, which includes three price raises since 2019 to $15.50, if you enjoy the true crime genre, then Netflix does not disappoint, in my opinion. With shows like Mindhunter, The Tinder Swindler, The Tiger King, and many other shows/films, Netflix seems to be here to stay as a streaming giant. What are you watching on Netflix? Feel free to post below?

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Judson Hurd likes to write things, is a Slackpreneur, musician, and loves David Lynch movies. For more go to @judsonhurd

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