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True-Crime Documentaries Coming to Netflix in 2023

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We keep track of the true-crime documentaries headed to Netflix in 2023 and beyond, so you don’t have to.

In recent years, Netflix has proven that it is one of the best at producing true-crime content for millions of subscribers. Some notable pieces we’ve seen are Mindhunter and Dahmer and the documentary series Tiger King and Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.

There are only a handful of documentaries on this list, but we fully expect many more will be announced soon.

Below are all of the current confirmed true-crime documentaries coming to Netflix in 2023 and beyond:

All American Nightmare (Season 1)

Director: Felicity Morris
Episodes: 3 | Runtime: To be announced
Coming to Netflix: Late 2023

Tokyo Crime Squad: The Lucie Blackman Case

Director: Hyio Yamamoto
Runtime: 100 Minutes
Coming to Netflix: 2023

Untitled 2016 Bitfinex hack docuseries

Director: Chris Smith
Episodes: To be announced | Runtime: To be announced
Coming to Netflix: To be announced

Untitled Bernie Madoff docuseries

Director: Joe Berlingerr
Runtime: To be announced
Coming to Netflix: To be announced

Are you looking forward to watching more true-crime documentaries on Netflix? Please Let us know in the comments below. For more such updates, please stay tuned on our website.

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