For better or for worse, tons of people watched Netflix's Monster

9/28/2022 6:30:00 PM

For better or for worse, tons of people watched Dahmer: Monster—The Jeffrey Dahmer Story

For better or for worse, tons of people watched Dahmer: Monster—The Jeffrey Dahmer Story

Ryan Murphy's new limited series for Netflix had one of the streamer's biggest debuts since switching to a new data-reporting system

.by Published September 27, 2022 at 6:00 a.Netflix overall deal , which is reported to be in the $250-$300 million range.scripted drama and the ways it has forced them to relive and be retraumatized by such a tragic experience.

Advertisement Although the series has clearly gained plenty of traction, not all the feedback has been positive.In a for Insider , Rita Isbell, the sister of Dahmer victim Errol Lindsey, expresses her discontent with the series.Facebook Reddit Email New Jersey Gov.Isbell, whose emotional impact statement at Dahmer’s 1992 sentencing hearing is meticulously recreated in the series, says Netflix never reached out to her and her family about the project.The awards show, which drew the lowest viewership of all-time during its Sept.“The victims have children and grandchildren,” Isbell writes.Phil Murphy at WBGO Studios in Newark on August 30th, for "Ask Governor Murphy" Louis C.“If the show benefited them in some way, it wouldn’t feel so harsh and careless.I didn't watch the whole show.

It’s sad that they’re just making money off of this tragedy..The spike was due to the conversations surrounding this year’s contenders, as actors revealed what categories they are submitting their work in.That’s just greed.” Although the odds are maddeningly low, here’s hoping some of the cash flow Monster.It’s hosted by WNYC and Gothamist reporter Nancy Solomon.

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hatlindert Correction: The Deadline story is wrong. It's not 196.2M viewers. It's 196.2 million *hours* viewed.

NJ's Murphy, Norcross, Christie — We'll ask about strange alliances on 'Ask Governor Murphy' TuesdayThe call-in show with Gov. Phil Murphy is your chance to get your questions heard. It returns to WNYC September 27th at 7 p.m. Have a question for the New Jersey governor? Tweet with AskGovMurphy — we’ll be keeping an eye out for interesting questions. Or call 844-677-9283 to ask your question on air directly.

Ryan Murphy’s Jeffrey Dahmer Series on Netflix Unsettles TwitterNetflix was the most talked about streaming service for the week of Sept. 19 to 25 thanks to the debut of “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.” The Ryan Murphy-created series rose to the top of Vari… Outstanding series I thought it was amazing. Thought provoking and character driven. Well worth a watch 👍 Hollywood doing everything for money, i dont get why you would let someone like Dalhmer get a show. He's a disgrace to humanity but they praising his name by giving him a show. That's called 'serial killer worship' same goes for C Manson.

Family of Jeffrey Dahmer's Victim Slams Ryan Murphy's Netflix SeriesThe Netflix miniseries ‘Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ about the late serial killer has been catching controversy for being insensitive and exploitative towards the victims’ families who continue to grieve. Guess they should had talk with the familiesfirst. Which is understandable Been watching it and I’m not sure I feel this is true. They’ve been very good at giving background on several victims & the grief & pain the families went thru and showing them as victims. It’s been incredibly well done, dark, intense and showing what a monster he was. that's what every movie about a serial k!iller is all about

Julie Murphy among the authors at Houston book events this weekThe New York Times bestselling author of the young adult novels Dumplin', will discuss her newest book with Sierra Simone in a virtual program presented by Blue Willow Bookshop.

House Jan. 6 Panel Postpones Hearing, Citing Hurricane IanBreaking News: The Jan. 6 committee postponed its hearing that had been planned for Wednesday, citing Hurricane Ian’s approach toward Florida. Is the Capitol building in Miami?

Murphy condemns vandalism at Rutgers University’s Jewish fraternityA member of Alpha Epsilon Pi reported finding broken eggs outside the fraternity in New Brunswick at the start of Rosh Hashanah, according to officials. Who calls the police for 3 broken eggs on the sidewalk? Nice! Now, can he do something about it?