Everything We Know About 'The Ted Bundy Tapes' Season 2 on Netflix So Far

Will we get more than four episodes?

Conversations with A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes hit Netflix last Friday, offering true-crime fans a four-episode look into the mind of one of history’s most infamous serial killers. But with just four episodes to watch, viewers are likely wondering when (or if) more is coming. Here’s everything we know about The Ted Bundy Tapes Season 2 on Netflix, from a possible release date to where the series might be headed next.

Will there be a Ted Bundy Tapes Season 2* on Netflix?

We don’t know, though for the moment you probably shouldn’t be too hopeful. The series was never presented as anything more than a limited four-episode experience, though Netflix does list the current episodes as part of “Season 1” for whatever that might be worth.

It’s also possible that Season 2 could ditch Bundy and focus on someone else entirely. After all, the full title begins with “Conversations with a Killer.” So Season 2 could easily swap in another killer.

Then again, The Ted Bundy Tapes is based on over 100 hours of audio interviews with Bundy. The conversations were recorded by two journalists who spoke with the serial killer from jail in 1980 while he was waiting to receive the death penalty. So there’s probably enough material for Season 2, assuming there’s enough interest to make it happen.

When is the Ted Bundy Tapes Season 2* release date?

Again, we don’t know. Season 1 hit Netflix on January 25, but there’s no way to know whether Season 2 will arrive a few months later, a full year later, or never.

Netflix announced The Ted Bundy Tapes in mid-December. So you can probably expect Season 2 to release about a month after it’s announced.

Is there a trailer for The Ted Bundy Tapes Season 2?

No, at least not yet. For now, you can watch the trailer for Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile Trailer, a biopic starring Zac Effron as the killer that’s also out now.

Conversations with A Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes is streaming now on Netflix.

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