On Monday, Netflix released the trailer for an upcoming docu-series intended to scratch your morbid curiosity itch. That docu-series is Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes, and it will encompass four parts. 

As we previously wrote back in December:

In addition to [covering] the actual murders, the show will also cover the large media response to the case (he captivated the hearts of many women across the country due to his looks), his in-court marriage to Carole Ann Boone (who testified on his behalf) and unreleased interviews with the killer during his time on death row in Florida.

It will be directed by filmmaker Joe Berlinger, who has directed and produced several non-fiction works including the Emmy award-winning Paradise Lost.

To do this, the series will utilize info from over 100 hours of death row interviews with Bundy. Conversations with a Killer will be released on Jan. 24 to coincide with the 30th anniversary of Bundy's execution.

In addition to this series, director/executive producer Berlinger is also working on a separate film set to focus on Bundy's life. That will be called Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile and stars Zac Efron starring as Bundy.