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The Confession Tapes

Created by Kelly Loudenberg. Produced by Netflix. Stars: David Burns, Loretta Fisher, Brian Hutchinson. It debuted on Sep 08, 2017, on Netflix. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.6 *.


How Many Seasons Of The Confession Tapes Were Made: 1 (7 episodes)

Season 2


Season 1

Season premieres on September 8, 2017

Netflix, 7 episodes

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The Confession Tapes is on Netflix (USA) Fridays at 6 pm

Last episode:

Season 1 Episode 1 (True East Part 1) - Air Date: Sep 08, 2017 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Netflix's 'The Confession Tapes' takes viewers back to 1994 Bellevue homicide - Bellevue Reporter - via Bellevuereporter

“When I started looking into this I was like, ‘Wow, truth is stranger than fiction.’ You know?,” she said. “… So I’m just glad to give the public another side.”

How could someone confess to a crime they didn't commit? Watch 'The Confession Tapes' and see - ABA Journal - via Abajournal

At best, The Confession Tapes makes you feel unease. At worst, despair - New Statesman - via Newstatesman

Think 'The Confession Tapes' Is Another True-Crime Binge? Think Again - VICE - via Vice

Your next true-crime binge: 'The Confession Tapes' puts a knot in your stomach - Kankakee Daily Journal - via Daily-journal

The Confession Tapes on Netflix: Why we all need to watch it - - via Glamourmagazine

The seven-part series is made up of a mix between archival footage and interviews with suspects, their families and the detectives who worked on the case. It sheds light on the ways in which brutal police interrogations can shape the way a suspect thinks and ultimately, manipulate them into admitting to something they may not have done.

The Confession Tapes: 'Innocent' men serve 20 years for murder | Daily Star - Daily Star - via Dailystar

Frame of Mind: To Do True Crime Right, The Confession Tapes Used Private Interview Locations and Macro Lenses (Video) - MovieMaker Magazine - via Moviemaker

Will 'The Confession Tapes' Season 2 Happen? There Are So Many Stories Left To Tell - Bustle - via Bustle

'The Confession Tapes' draws in 'Making a Murderer' fans as Netflix's next docuseries - The Daily Cardinal - via Dailycardinal

Two years ago, when Netflix released its true crime docuseries “Making a Murderer,” it seemed like that was the only thing people talked about. They debated over the innocence of Steven Avery, they fawned over modern-day superheroes Dean Strang and Jerry Buting. The Buzzfeed articles constantly filled everyone’s Facebook timeline. People were obsessed with this idea of a wrongful conviction. And though there was a divide amongst viewers over Avery’s innocence, everyone agreed on the innocence of Avery’s nephew, Brendan Dassey. In the series, we watched as police officers interrogated him for hours on end, feeding him stories, telling him what they wanted to hear until he finally gave them what they wanted: a confession.

Review for The Confession Tapes - - SHSU Houstonian Online - via Houstonianonline

Mr. Big Sting & Netflix's The Confession Tapes: How It Works - - via Heavy

Meena Singh shoots Netflix's true crime docu series "The Confession Tapes" on the Canon C300 Mark II - Newsshooter - via Newsshooter

What Netflix's "The Confession Tapes" Teach Us about the Psychology of Interrogations - Scientific American - via Blogs

'The Confession Tapes' Re-Opens the Triple-Murder Case of Sebastian Burns and Atif Rafay - Seattle Weekly - via Seattleweekly


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