Netflix's Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story Starring Evan Peters Is Getting Called Out By Twitter For Being Disturbing
“Dreadful And Disgusting”: Twitterati React To Evan Peter’s New Netflix Show On Jeffrey Dahmer  

‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’ is created by Ryan Murphy of the American Horror Story fame

After bagging his first Emmy win this year, Evan Peters is back on our screens to terrorize us as Jeffrey Dahmer. In an ever-growing list of true-crime-inspired TV shows, Netflix recently dropped Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, covering the backstory of renowned serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.   


For those who are not aware, Dahmer was a serial killer, cannibal, and sex offender who terrorized America from 1978 to 1991. It is said that he killed and dismemberment over seventeen men and underage boys, before being convicted in 1992.   

Here’s what the official synopsis for the show reads: “DAHMER shines a spotlight on the as-yet untold stories of Dahmer’s victims, the people who tried to stop him, and the systemic failures that enabled him to continue his murderous spree for over a decade.”  


And while countless documentaries and TV episodes are made on Dahmer’s killings, the new Netflix show appears to be proving too much for some viewers. The show was created by Ryan Murphy, who’s previously worked with Peters on the American Horror Story series. Murphy was also the man behind the high school musical comedy Glee.   

Meanwhile, Peters has carved a name for himself in both the TV and movies, portraying the role of Quicksilver in Fox’s X-Men series. As mentioned earlier, he also received his first Emmy nomination and win this year for Mare of Easttown.   

Coming back to the Netflix show, which dropped this Wednesday, here’s what Twitter is saying, or rather cautioning:

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