A provocative new true crime documentary series is coming to Netflix this week titled Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet.
Following up from the success of previous docuseries release Keep Sweet: Pray & Obey, this next Netflix cultural doc promises to be just as engaging. But this time the subject matter will hit much closer to home as Web of Make Believe dives headfirst into the unsettling discord of the world-wide web, something just about every person uses every single day.
From the dangers of SWATTing to rise of a dangerous misinformation era and virtual blackmail, this docuseries explores some of the darkest crimes and criminals to emerge from the internet. An anthology series, every episode of this six-episode show focuses on a different crime.
Web of Make Believe release time
Web of Make Believe will drop at 12 a.m. PT/3 a.m. ET. If you live outside of the United States, you can consult this article to find out exactly what time the investigative documentary series will be available to you.
How long does it take to watch Web of Make Believe?
Before you start watching this show, you might consider its length and how long it will take you to watch the entire thing. Web of Make Believe is probably better consumed in short bursts rather than by binging the entire thing at once.
Episodes range from 46 minutes to 1 hour and 4 minutes in length, with most falling toward the longer end of the spectrum. It will take about 5 hours and 39 minutes to watch all six episodes. However, as this is an anthology, you can also pick and choose which episodes interest you the most. You don’t have to watch all six.
Are you looking forward to watching Web of Make Believe: Death, Lies and the Internet? Stream this Wednesday, June 15, on Netflix.