Candy - true crime drama on hulu. only hit my radar as i know joe bob wrote a book about this particular crime (and was a story producer on this series). great cast (and great small role for timberlake), and one of the most insane stories i've ever heard. i went in cold, not really knowing anything about this event, and holy shit. i can't believe how this turned out. did NOT expect what happened in this case. not going to spoil it here for you, but holy shit. we were talking about what happened for a good 90 minutes post-credits on the final episode, doing all kinds of research online, etc. it just seems completely unreal. i'm blown away by how this turned out. to the point where i'm looking for a way to read the transcripts from the trial because i'm in total disbelief. also, turns out there's yet another ltd series coming on this subject later this year on HBO, starring elizabeth olsen. weird that after 40 years, we get two in one year. there was apparently a made for TV miniseries in the early 90's, but they changed the names. seriously, if you don't know the story, do not look it up first. just watch. fucking crazy.