"#killerpost" profiles true stories of the most jaw-dropping and shocking cases where social media activity has had dangerous and deadly consequences. Although the crimes differ in nature, they all share a common theme - social media posts were the catalysts for deadly repercussions.
Not too bad to watch if you have run out of other shows to watch. I would however recommend watching Web of Lies over this show.
The cases that #killerpost post covers are quite interesting, however I really hate the narrator .... she is very annoying. All cases are dramatized with this narrator and could possibly fit into a 30 minute slot.
People can be anyone and anything they want on the internet, never thinking of what their words or actions can do - this series shows how far some people will go, to get their own way. This show is better than I thought it would be. It not only highlights the dangers of internet use and abuse, but raises awareness of what can happen when people least expect it.
Not everyone is what they seem and not everyone is allowed to be themselves - it's not just strangers who harm others or tries to control them, friends and family do as well!