Killer Ratings is a new Netflix documentary series. The subject of this documentary is the true story of Brazilian TV host Wallace Souza. He very literally killed for ratings and did so in the most devious way. Read more in our Killer Ratings review here and watch it on Netflix now!
Killer Ratings is a new Netflix documentary series with 7 episodes. After watching episode 1 of Killer Ratings you should be hooked. The story is so crazy that it’s almost impossible to believe that it’s true.
In fact, you probably won’t know what to believe after watching episode 1 on Killer Rating on Netflix.
Then again, the “star” of this documentary is Brazilian TV host (and state representative), Wallace Souza. He’s both a hero to the public while also being “just” your average greedy and power hungry man. Not exactly a novel or new concept. Still, the way Wallace Souza becomes the leader of a criminal group (and part of several murders) is very sinister!
Read more in our review of the Netflix documentary Killer Ratings below!
Sick and crazy but true!
While watching Killer Ratings on Netflix, you will find it almost impossible to believe that this is actually based on a true story. Or actually, it’s not just based on, it is a true story. Then again, if you’ve watched other documentaries or even fictional movies about life in South America, you won’t be too surprised.
You might want to check out Tigers Are Not Afraid which is a feature film based on a real-life issue in Mexico.
Also, Netflix already has several true crime documentary series out already and you don’t really want to believe that any of them could be true.
The craziest one is still Abducted in Plain Sight and compared to that one, Killer Ratings is very believable.
Watch Killer Ratings on Netflix now!
The creators of the Killer Ratings documentary series are Dinah Lord and Eamonn Matthews. Both are Bafta Award winners and veteran documentarists.
Dinah Lord has produced a lot of documentaries with very heavy and intense subjects in the past. She was an executive producer on documentaries such as Hiroshima: The Aftermath (2015) and James Bulger: The New Revelations (2018).
Eamonn Matthews has also worked on documentary productions for both the BBC and PBS. From 1996 to 2017, Eamonn Matthews worked on various episodes of Frontline as a producer while also writing on two episodes and directing one.
If you’re a fan of true crime documentaries, then be sure to check out this new Netflix documentary series. You’ll be shocked, disgusted and (hopefully) furious, but that doesn’t change the fact that it did happen and people need to know!
Killer Ratings is out on Netflix from May 31, 2019.
A series about a TV celebrity, murder, political power, and a criminal empire. It tells the true-life story of a Brazilian TV host who who was accused of literally killing for ratings and using his show to cover up the truth.