American Nightmare (Netflix) Review: Netflix is getting better and better at making and creating docuseries. A newly released docuseries, American Nightmare, is now streaming with a total of 3 episodes, and here we are going to review the show. The series is about a Vallejo couple, ‘Aaron Quinn and Denise Huskins.’
The show tells us the story about these two, how they were portrayed as culprits by media, police, and the general public, even though they were the victims. The story starts in Vallejo where Denise got kidnapped by some unknown man from Aaron’s house. Aaron was given some liquid, and due to that, he blacked out, waking up at 11 AM the next morning. He calls afterward and tells the whole thing to the police, but the police start questioning Aaron instead and suspect that Aaron is behind this.
After 48 hours, another shocking thing happened; Denise returns home. The police start questioning Denise, and she tells some shocking truths which no one believed. Who kidnapped her and how she was safe after 48 hours of kidnapping? To know this, you need to watch the full series on Netflix.
The detailing of the show is brilliant, and a huge thanks to the creators of the show for bringing this case to light. The show only tells the story of one side, and we never get to know about the police side story, but the papers and affidavit confirm that the couple was right and they were harassed.
The show is an eye-opener for the general public and media. The show tells us why no one should be judged without any final conclusion. There are a total of 3 episodes in the show, and each episode is brilliant and thrilling. With each passing episode, you will get to know about the dark truths related to the show.
The episodes were a little slow, but all three episodes were a must-watch. The detailing and the editing of the show are brilliant, and I loved the show. I am going with 3.5 out of 5 stars for the show. The only issue with the show is the one-sided story. There are clips and interviews of police officers who were involved in the case.
If you are looking to watch some shocking and thrilling crime docuseries, this show is for you. I am pretty sure that you will get to see lots of twists and turns in the show.
American Nightmare (Netflix) Review
The detailing and the editing of the show are brilliant, and I loved the show. I am going with 3.5 out of 5 stars for the show. The only issue with the show is the one-sided story.
- One Sided Story