A lease in hell: “A madness”, “Scary” … The Netflix docu on roommates shocks internet users

Every month, Netflix releases exciting new shows. After Inventing Anna and the tinder scammersubscribers were able to discover A lease in hellthe latest docu-series on the platform, focused on the worst stories of roommates… What do Internet users think?

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Among the novelties of this month of March 2022, Netflix has put online A lease in hell, his latest docu-series that should make you want to live with a roommate… The project is centered on four stories, which all start in the same way: by looking for a roommate. Internet users can follow the sordid affairs of KC Joy, Dorothea Puente, Youssef Khater, Jamison Bachman, ordinary people who present themselves well at first glance. However, it is always better to be wary of appearances, since in the case of the victims who crossed paths with these roommates not like the others, they were more than misleading. The first episode is about the story of Dorothea Puente, a grandma close to the political elite of her town in California. When we see her pretty blue eyes, the little curls in her hair and her little glasses, we would give her the good Lord without confession. Yet after volunteering to host homeless people in her home, Dorothea poisoned her guests before burying them in her garden… A twist that thrilled the spectators… They react to the story ofA lease in hell on Twitter.

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Internet users convinced by the docu-series A lease in hell on Netflix

Released since March 1 on Netflix, docu-series aficionados who are chilling in the back have not wasted a second before being interested in the stories of these mysterious roommates. If they have a strong heart, it must be said that many of them were amazed by the turn of certain affairs. “I watch A Lease in Hell and it’s really scary to see how bad human beings can be”writes a user, joined by another “who says he is shocked by the story”. Another viewer admits to being “outraged by people’s nerves” after discovering the documentary on the serial squatters.

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Fans don’t want to do roommates anymore after seeing A lease in hell

Feedback from spectatorsA lease in hell are very positive. However, the documentary made them want to live in a shared apartmentyou never know who they could fall on in the future… On Twitter, a spectator is reassured “for never having wanted a roommate, at the risk of picking up a serial killer”. “I watch the Netflix series for a while in hell and now I’m afraid of living with a roommate”writes another twittos, very quickly supported: “I’m looking at a lease in hell and I never want a roommate”. It is true that with A lease in hellwe are far from the image of shared accommodation for adults where we have a good time with grown-ups…

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A lease in hell: “A madness”, “Scary” … The Netflix docu on roommates shocks internet users