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Netflix Viewers Hooked By 'Sick' New True Crime Series About Stone Cold Killers

Netflix Viewers Hooked By 'Sick' New True Crime Series About Stone Cold Killers

Netflix's new series Worst Roommate Ever, released March 1, already has viewers hooked.

Netflix's new series true crime series already has viewers hooked.

The series takes viewers into some pretty 'sick' true crime stories of seemingly normal roommates who turn out to be con artists and killers, and it's already proving to be a hit among viewers.

Maybe don't watch the series if you're planning on moving soon... or do, you know, for warning signs.

Check out the trailer below:

The series is called Worst Roommate Ever, and in the trailer a women can be heard crying as she makes a call to the emergency services. 'I'm just calling to let you guys know that if something happens,' she says.

The operator then asks why she's crying, to which the woman responds she's 'afraid'. The operator asks, 'What, of your roommate?

Among the stories explored throughout the series is one of army veteran KC Joy, who murdered criminal justice student Maribel Ramos, with whom he shared the apartment.

Joy's failed efforts to cover up the murder led to him quickly becoming the prime subject in Ramos' case.

According to the series, Joy became obsessed with Ramos and soon spiralled out of control when she threatened to move out, after joy had stopped paying rent, Screenrant reports.

He later killed Ramos, with her body being found by police in a remote location; he was given 15 years to life in prison and charged with second-degree murder.

Joy has continued to maintain his innocence.

Other stories included in the series are that of Dorothea Puente, a serial killer dubbed the 'death house lady'.

Over the course of her killing spree, Puente drugged and buried vulnerable tenants, then stole their social security checks.

And, there are plenty more awful stories that viewers can't stop watching, including that of con-artist Youssef Khater and Jamison Bachman, who murdered his brother.

Since the series hit the streaming service, it has quickly climbed up the trending chart, with viewers taking to Twitter to share their thoughts.

One user wrote 'I’ve been stuck watching ‘Worst Roommate Ever’ I’m already on episode 4 and let me tell you, ppl are really sick in the head'.

While another added, 'watching this worst roommate ever on netflix and i’m already tripping out tf people are sick'.

The series contains five episodes in total and flits between stories from the 1980s, in the case of Puente, to more modern crimes in the case of Joy.

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Featured Image Credit: Alamy/Montgomery County District Attorney's Office

Topics: Netflix, Film and TV, Viral, Twitter