Popular streaming giant Netflix has announced the third season of its documentary series “Indian Predator” which is titled as Indian Predator- Murder in a Courtroom, after delivering two successful seasons- “Indian Predator- The Butcher of Delhi” and “Indian Predator- The Diary of a Serial Killer”.
Both the previous seasons have shown 2 different cases of the brutal killings of innocent people by serial killers. The first season The Butcher of Delhi was based on the gruesome killings of 7 labourers, whose were murdered by a psychopath in West Delhi between 1998 and 2007.
On the others side, “The Diary of a Serial Killer” was based on the murder of a young journalist from Allahabad, who was murdered by a serial killer who had a diary in which he had written the names of `13 people he killed, including the journalist. Now “Murder in a Courtroom” will tell a different story that will shake you head to toe.
Indian Predator Season 3 OTT Release Date
Netflix on Friday, October 7, 202 announced the upcoming documentary series along with its release date. The streamer also dropped a poster which seems like a paining in which we see some women moving towards a man with sharp objects like Knife, Sickle etc.
The announcement was made exactly a month after the released of “The Diary of a Serial Killer”. The upcoming season is set to be premiered on Netflix on October 28, 2022. Like the previous two seasons, it is also expected release to 3 episodes.
A serial killer murdered by his victims, was it revenge or remission?
Find out on Indian Predator Season 3, premiering on 28th October. pic.twitter.com/ArFDCgY2rE
— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) October 7, 2022
About the Plot of Season 3
The docu-series will tell the story of Akku Yadav, a gangster, robber, home invader, rapist and a serial killer, who along with his gang committed crimes like rape, murder and home invasion in Kasturba Nagar for 13 years until his death. On August 13, 2004, he was lynched by a mob of around 200 women who stabbed and stoned him when he was in police custody.
— Netflix India (@NetflixIndia) October 21, 2022