Monster The Jeffrey Dahmer Story: Twitter REVIEWS Netflix’s New Series, Netizens Say, This Makes For An 'UNCOMFORTABLE' Watch!

Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story is a ten-episode series and from the looks of it, the audience is loving the new show

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Monster The Jeffrey Dahmer Story: Twitter REVIEWS Netflix’s New Series, Netizens Say, This Makes For An 'UNCOMFORTABLE' Watch!
Netflix’s latest series starring Evan Peters features the story of America’s most notorious serial killer - Jeffrey Dahmer is finally out now. Ryan Murphy and Evan Peters are known for their collaboration on the FX series American Horror story and they have now got back together for the new show which has grabbed the audience’s eyeballs. 

Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story is a ten-episode series and from the looks of it, the audience is loving the new show. 


What is Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story About?

Netflix’s latest series is based on the life and crimes of serial killer Jeffery Dahmer. The story revolves around his victims and how he evaded arrest and continued to kill for over a decade. 

Dahmer murdered 17 innocent people from 1978 to 1991, and the show also focuses on how his victims were brutally murdered by him. Interestingly, the all-new series also explores how the police's incompetence helped him to continue on the path of gruesome killings. As per the reports, his targets were all males and rape, dismemberment, necrophilia, and cannibalism were all parts of his modus operandi.

Shortly after the release of the new series, Twitter users shared their reactions to Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. Owing to the nature of his crimes and the sheer brutality, netizens have pointed out that the new Netflix series makes for an 'uncomfortable' watch.


A few even claimed it to be 'unwatchable'. Watchers said that monster is every bit of what fans expected it to be and more.

Reacting to the new series, Social media users said, "Don't watch 10 episodes of "Dahmer - Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story" in one day (sic)." Another one said, "It’s an unflinching chronicle of unspeakable evil and appears to have set itself the challenge of being entirely unwatchable (sic)." 

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