There was also no opening credits, which may be telling in itself — could each week be a standalone true crime story with reenactments?
(We did attempt to break it down here and linked it to season one, though.) We previously found out that by releasing multiple, and by multiple, I mean double digits, trailers, it was a way to throw off fans a bit.
Alright, so it was a little fun but it was also torture.
Throughout the past couple months, we’ve seen everything in the promos — spiders, dolls, a mobile filled with knives and a chainsaw, the works.
Needless to say, one thing we did love was the “Anthology” promo that linked all six seasons together.