Netflix’s limited docuseries “Night Stalker” was released on Wednesday and by the looks of social media reactions, many viewers have already binge-watched it and are hunting down their next favorite show. 

"Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer" is a four-episode limited series that touches on the lives taken by Richard Ramirez, AKA the Night Stalker. Homicide detectives are the main narrators of the series, and it dives deep into the search for the serial killer and what clues he left behind before his capture. 

Luckily, Netflix is filled with many true-crime documentaries and shows to watch after you finish the newest release. From fictional programs dealing with unspeakable crimes to in-depth investigations into real murder cases that remain unsolved, there’s something for every fanatic on the streaming service. 

Here are seven titles to watch on Netflix after spooking yourself out with “Night Stalker”:

“The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez” (2020)

This limited documentary series follows the story of Gabriel Fernandez, an 8-year-old boy who died due to the torture and abuse he suffered for eight months at the hands of his mother and her boyfriend in 2013. The title also follows the trial of his parents, as well as social workers who ignored all the signs.

“Unbelievable” (2019)

While this isn’t a true-crime series that deals with murder, the scripted series follows a woman (played by Kaitlyn Dever) who was raped and not believed. After reporting her rape, and being questioned as though it didn’t even happen, she recants her statement. When more mysterious rapes start occurring, two female detectives get involved to get to the bottom of it.

The series is based on the real story of Marie Adler and her convicted rapist, Marc O'Leary. Marie shared her story with ProPublica and The Marshall Project in 2015. The written story won a Pulitzer Prize. 

“Killer Inside: The Mind Of Aaron Hernandez” (2020)

The story of Aaron Hernandez, who was a star NFL player, is told by friends, family, players, and other inside sources in this 2020 series. After getting into drugs, his life started going downhill. In 2013, he killed Odin Lloyd, his future brother-in-law, for threatening to tell the world he was bisexual. Some even believe he’s the culprit of two other murders as well. Hernandez was convicted of Lloyd's murder in 2015 and in 2017. He killed himself in his prison cell. 

“Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting An Internet Killer” (2019)

Set in Canada, this is the true story of a hunt for a man who started uploading videos of himself killing cats, hence the title, on the dark web ensued after a video of him killing an actual human was found. This investigation goes on to find the killer who fled to Europe after his crimes were discovered. 

“The Keepers” (2017)

This one-season docuseries dives into the murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik in 1969. It’s said that she knew too much about the Archbishop Keough High School sexual abuse by various priests that worked at the all-girls school. Her unsolved death is discussed between old classmates, police officials, and others.

“Abducted In Plain Sight” (2017)

This documentary tells the story of Jan Broberg, who was abducted by a close family friend in 1974 after he offered to take her horseback riding. She, as well as her friends and family, recount the tragedy that includes alien experiences, child molestation, and betrayal. 

“The Devil Next Door” (2019)

A suburban man who is said to have lived a pretty average life is accused of being a well-known sadistic Nazi camp guard named “Ivan the Great” and is sent to Isreal to stand on trial. He’s accused of killing over a million Jews in the camps and the case turns out to be one of the biggest the country has ever seen. 

Richard Ramirez Night Stalker Murderer Richard Ramirez (The Night Stalker) in "Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer." Photo: Netflix