On July 22, 1991, two cops arrived in Jeffrey Dahmer''s Milwaukee apartment, discovered several items and severed heads in his fridge and freezer, as well as numerous polaroids of murdered bodies. Dahmer was later arrested and confessed to gruesome killing at least 17 people, mostly young gay men, during a 13-year killing spree that began in 1978. But here''s how they can begin getting some of those answers this Friday when the first of two official trailers for the series gets released (with
We have a look at a mini-teaser that focuses on Evan Peters'' ("American Horror Story") Dahmer. Richard Jenkins (Lionel Dahmer), Molly Ringwald, Michael Learned, and Niecy Nash-Betts are also joining the cast.
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Ryan Murphy Productions (@ryanmurphyprod) September 15, 2022
DAHMER Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story is a series that focuses on the underserved victims and their communities that were disrupted by systemic racism and institutional failures of the police. This allowed one of America''s most notorious serial killers to continue his murderous spree in just sight for over a decade.
Penelope Ann Miller (Joyce Dahmer), Michael Beach (Detective Murphy), Colby French (Detective Kennedy), Shaun J. Brown (Tracy Edwards), Mac Brandt (Officer Rauth), Matthew Alan (Officer Balcerzak), Scott Michael Morgan (Young Lionel Dahmer, Savannah Brown (Young Joyce Dahmer), Karen Malina White (Jesse Jackson), Furly Mac (Christopher Scarver), and Linda Park (Julie Yang) will
Alexis Martin Woodall, Eric Kovtun, Evan Peters, Janet Mock, and Carl Franklin are all on the lead for executive production, with Rashad Robinson (President of Color Of Change) as a consultant producer.
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