Deadly Women fuses bone chilling story telling, sumptuous period drama and forensic fact in a bid to explore history's most alluring, intriguing and horrifying female killers. Each episode profiles four famous cases from the past and delves into a deadly world shaped by spiraling forces that are beyond the women's control: obsession, greed, and revenge. —Toby Padilla
A great show for true crime junkies
I have always loved true crime, so naturally I fell in love with this show. Female killers aren't a common topic among people like me and are usually brushed under the rug. I found all these cases fascinating. I love how the show is formatted, three stories in one episode. Each one has snippets of the events (acted and dramatised) and clips of a former FBI profiler Candice DeLong. The acting ranges from bad to good but it was never bad enough to take me out of the experience. And I honestly don't care what accents the actors and actresses have, it was filmed in Australia and getting actors with proper accents would have been time consuming. The show isn't perfect though, I find the narration at the beginning pretty cheesy and the events are sometimes so overdramatic I can't take them seriously. Overall a great watch, even if you aren't into true crime.
- May 9, 2021
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