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Worst Roommate Ever Season 2 Review: Saga of Menacing and Eerie Stories Continues on Netflix

Worst Roommate Ever Season 2

The first season of Worst Roommate Ever in March 2022 was a grand success as true-crime documentaries and docuseries were an all-time favorite amongst Netflix subscribers.

Now, two years down the line, this genre continues to be a fan-favorite with endless true-crime docuseries available on the platform, and joining the roster is Worst Roommate Ever Season 2, and it’s definitely for the true-crime fans.

Any person can have a roommate at any stage of their lives, whether they’re just entering adulthood, or have been in their 30s, or simply need a place to stay. Normally, there are some horror stories revolving around roommates, like not cleaning their dishes or leaving trash everywhere, but that’s certainly not what Worst Roommate Ever is all about.

In this review, we will talk a little more about the latest season and why we think it deserves a spot on your watchlist.

A Series of Nightmares

Before you start binge-watching Worst Roommate Ever Season 2, because there really is no other way to view this series, it will have you hooked, it is important to remember that it might not be everyone’s cup of tea.

This latest season is a treat for true-crime lovers, but at the same time, it can be a ride of paranoia for anyone who is often apprehensive about living with strangers. It isn’t for the faint-hearted.

A Series of Nightmares
Credit: Netflix

Worst Roommate Ever Season 2 has four episodes, which means there are four new stories that viewers can dive into, in no particular order. For us, the first and fourth episodes were the best ones of this season, simply because of how shocking the cases were.

Of course, all episodes had their elements of surprise that left us gasping and on the edge of our seats, and we are only hoping that there will be a third season.

Worst Roommate Ever Season 2
Credit: Netflix

This particular series, while still being a part of the true-crime genre, dives into a very specific subgenre – roommates. When it comes to movies, comedy especially, roommates are often viewed as the fun ones, the ones you can confide in, go be social with, maybe even go on trips with, but Worst Roommate Ever holds up a mirror to what reality can look like. Stranger danger is real, even if they have been sharing a house with you for years.

One element of Worst Roommate Ever Season 2 that really stood out to us was the animation, which we have noticed has been used more frequently by Netflix recently, especially for docuseries.

While interviews and archival footage are a great way to tell a story, the animated bits helped reenact the missing parts which helped drive the narrative forward. It was truly a great add-on and kept us engaged.

Worst Roommate
Credit: Netflix

Conclusion

If you are looking for a quick binge, then Worst Roommate Ever Season 2 might be the best way to go, because with 4 episodes, this season is a breezy watch, despite the hard-hitting stories. Should there be another season, we will make sure you stay updated!

About Deepti Chadha

Deepti Chadha has been an entertainment writer for over two years now and specializes in writing reviews. She loves all things film and television, and her favorite movies are The Green Mile and The Hangover Series!

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