Story of the Milwaukee Monster told from the perspective of the victims and police incompetency that allowed the Wisconsin native to go on a multiyear killing spree.
Cast: Molly Ringwald, Evan Peters, Khetphet Phagnasay, Michael Learned, Karen Malina White, Brayden Maniago, Phet Mahathongdy, Richard Jenkins, Scott Michael Morgan, Dia Nash, Kieran Tamondong, Süfyan Elmoumi, Niecy Nash, Shaun J. Brown, Matthew Alan, Nick A Fisher, Penelope Ann Miller, David Barrera
In prison, Jeff's newfound fame makes him a target. His parents seek closure and Glenda pushes for a memorial on familiar grounds to honor the victims.
Glenda, the victims and their families do their best to move forward despite haunting memories, while Jeff attracts fanfare from behind bars.
As Jeff awaits trial, his father deals with his own demons, the Milwaukee police try to save face and the victims' families share their stories.
A prominent activist meets with Glenda, who recounts her harrowing experiences living next door to Jeff and how her concerns went largely ignored.
Aspiring model Tony moves to Madison and meets Jeff at a bar, beginning a relationship through handwritten notes that takes a dark turn.
Jeff's list of victims grows longer without a full police investigation. An encounter with a teen lands him in jail. Later, he gets his own apartment.
From high school to the Army, Jeff struggles to find stability. While living in his grandmother's house, Jeff begins targeting young men at gay bars.
Left to live alone after his parents' turbulent divorce, high school senior Jeff breaks routine when he invites a hitchhiker into his home.
A young Jeff contends with troubles at home and school. Years later, his strange behavior evolves into murderous deeds that slip past the police.
After throwing his neighbor off the stench coming from his apartment, Jeff heads to a local bar, where a stranger takes him up on a tempting offer.