True-crime documentary followers will wish to tune into Netflix in early November with the discharge of a doc masking the case of the State of Alabama vs Brittany Smith.
Here’s the official description supplied by Netflix:
“This documentary tells the harrowing story of a woman trying to use Alabama’s Stand Your Ground law after killing a man she says brutally attacked her.”
The documentary is produced by Tripod Media who’s a prolific documentary manufacturing firm that has created docs for Hulu, Apple TV+, Prime Video, and Netflix. Their main Netflix documentary was The Keepers launched in May 2017.
Ryan White, who directed The Keepers, returns to direct this documentary too.
Journalist Ashley Remkus has Tweeted to substantiate that her interviews can be included within the doc. The Al.com reporter extensively coated the court docket case.
Brittany Smith stated she shot & killed her rapist in self protection. Then Alabama prosecuted her for homicide. Check out the trailer for @Tripod_media’s documentary, out on @netflix Nov. 10. I’m so proud to be a voice on this! @lizflock https://t.co/OkSwEcSp3j
— Ashley Remkus (@aremkus1) October 13, 2022
The new documentary arrives on Netflix globally on November tenth, 2022.
It has an 18-rating within the United Kingdom and a TV-MA score within the United States.
So far in 2022, Netflix has launched or is ready to launch over 50 documentary motion pictures with Netflix Original branding and that’s not together with the handfuls of docu-series Netflix has added both.
In the true crime style, Netflix has launched titles like Trust No One: The Hunt for the Crypto King, The Tinder Swindler, Running with the Devil: The Wild World of John McAfee, and Into the Deep: The Submarine Murder Case.
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