The Ripper | Official Trailer | Netflix

For five years, between 1975 to 1980, the Yorkshire Ripper murders cast a dark shadow over the lives of women in the North of England. 13 women were dead and the police seemed incapable of catching the killer. No one felt safe – and every man was a suspect.


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The Ripper | Official Trailer | Netflix

Investigators and witnesses recall how a modern-day Jack the Ripper terrorized the north of England during the late 1970s.

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  1. I have this programme up on the TV at the moment, and I am shocked at the way it is depicting the West Yorkshire police, who were subject to an investigation for their poor handling of the case. 30 minutes in and I have yet to see a female commentator on an investigation notorious for its misogyny.

  2. This was a great series, except the inclusion of the ridiculous feminist angle that seemed forced. Somehow it became the fault of men that the crimes were commited and weren't solved in a timely manner. That whole aspect sucked but what else is new with anything made today. The inclusion of tyranny against woman and people of colour has to make an appearance.

  3. La escabrosa celebridad adquirida por el asesino serial Jack el Destripador se construyó a lo largo de un lapso inferior a las diez semanas. De hecho, desde el 31 de agosto de 1888 –óbito de la primera víctima canónica– pasando por la llamada Noche del doble acontecimiento y a lo largo de aquel octubre, donde sus matanzas representaron noticia de portada en los rotativos británicos, se consolidaría su reinado de terror. Esas escasas semanas fueron suficientes para que el mundo contara con un nuevo icono del miedo. Y, tras transcurrir un mes de octubre bajo una tensa calma precursora de tempestad, el pánico escalaría hasta sus cotas más elevadas. El 9 de noviembre de 1888 el desmembrador concretó la más espeluznante de sus malévolas hazañas cuando en el amanecer de ese día destrozó a Marie Jeanette Kelly, en el interior del lóbrego cuartucho que aquella atrayente cortesana rentaba en la pensión de Miller´s Court. Luego saldría para siempre de escena, esfumándose tan abruptamente cuán repentina había devenido su irrupción. Dejaría detrás de sí la sangrienta estela de un puñado de hechos acreditados y las semillas de una persistente leyenda que, de tanto prolongarse al cabo de los años, pareciera no alcanzar nunca su fin.

  4. It's weird how some people say they never heard of this killer literally in school they taught us bout this killer apparently he was never identified

  5. This series was really well done. It highlighted the misogyny and prejudices that the police and media had from the get go, as well as the perspectives of women living through the terror. They didn't even talk about the killer until the last episode. The focus was really on the women and how women were (and still are) perceived by men. Really good series.

  6. Pathetic that the angry and ugly women's rights advocates still use gross generalisations that all men are like the one man who committed these crimes. It's like saying all women are bitches after experiencing just one. Time they stopped pushing their wheelbarrow of misandrist lies.

  7. Am I the only one who noticed that every woman in this documentary has made some sexist comment about their society?

  8. Muy buenas las series pero cuando meten feminismo me pongo del lado del asesino… como aprovechan cualquier cosa para poner esa mierda, ya voy viendo esta y la de ted bundy y lo único feo son las partes de feminismo que meten a la fuerza. Enserio, las feministas logran que me ponga del lado del asesino.

  9. Shit was good until it became all about "women politics" and not about the actual killings itself.

  10. Netflix's documentaries and docuseries are on another level, all of them are well-produced, not everyone can do a docu-series but Netflix is a pro.

  11. they never found this person , how that they refer that person as "HE" , maybe that's the reason why they never found that person