First of all, this documentary is NOT about cats!!!
Maybe it was wild to think it was about cats, but from what I saw in the wording, it seemed soo ambiguous and I thought I'd give it a watch. Not that I love cats or anything, but I wondered what all the fuss was about. I was curious. It's just a couple of episodes so maybe I could give the first epsiode a watch then switch to something else if it doesn't float my boat.
We are introduced to Deanna Thompson, a Las Vegas casino worker who is a part of an Facebook group who discovers a disturbing video. Deanna along with other group member John Green look into trying to figure out where the video came from.
As the series goes on, it is left on a cliff-hanger which entices you to either watch more, if it has hooked you or watch something else because you don't wish to see how they progress with their internet sleuthing.
There are only 3 episodes to the season and to be honest, I flew through these episodes because Netflix had me on lock. This is a documentary based on real life events that not only surprised me, but had me invested due to the nature of it and frankly, I wanted justice. I almost jumped onto social media to look up these events mid-episode one because my mind was racing.
This show is definitely not for everyone and if I'm honest, I wouldn't have watched this had I known it WASN'T about cats, because I don't watch Crimewatch and things of that nature, but I will definitely recommend people to watch this 3-episode series just to identify and notice what they are showing you in order to help stop these things from happening again. I wanted to go into more detail, but then tat would spoil it.
Watch it of you can.