Here Are the Best True Crime Programs on Netflix to Watch After 'The Ted Bundy Tapes'

With a resurgence of Ted Bundy's story and a general American obsession with true crime stories, there's a plethora of options to hold viewers over until the next, big true crime series. In the meantime, Netflix has an extensive repertoire of impressive true crime series and documentaries. Here are some you should watch if you enjoyed Conversations With A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes.

Abducted In Plain Sight

How is it possible one girl could be kidnapped not once, but twice by the same man? Take a look inside this unreal story of parents who trusted their child's captor enough to let him sleep in her bed, and defend him from the FBI.

Inside The Criminal Mind

This Netflix original series doesn't focus on one killer in particular, but instead focuses on a variety of harrowing topics. Each episode features a different neurological and psychological reasoning for brutal acts. From serial killers and crime lords to cult leaders, it begs the questions the mentally sound have: why commit such horrendous crimes, and how do some get away with it?

I Am A Killer

Why do some people kill? This Netflix original documentary series talks to a handful of convicted killers, currently sitting on death row. Not only are gory crimes detailed through the eyes of the villian, but the series shines a light on the death row conditions in America's prison system. It will leave viewers with more knowledge on the long-form death penalty process and why some will literally kill for better prison conditions.

The Confession Tapes

Why would an innocent man confess to a crime? There are thousands of recorded false confessions in crime history, and surprisingly, it's not that rare. Whether it's fear, false promises or intimidation, there are psychological reasons someone innocent would confess to a crime. This Netflix original series takes a look at individual stories and why the people confessed.

Evil Genius

Evil Genius presents a famous, and confusing true crime story. A bank is robbed, and the robber is blown up by a bomb strapped around them. Is the robber a villain or a victim? This in-depth look at one of America's oddest crime sprees speaks on manipulation, murder and intimidation.

The Staircase

The Staircase is one true crime documentary that leaves enough to the imagination for a thoughtful, personal conversation on who the killer is. Did novelist Michael Peterson kill his wife, or did she die from a fall down the stairs? With multiple opinions and a huge amount of information from Peterson himself, viewers can decide: who do they believe?