Netflix is offering not one, not two, but three series of the true crime variety so you've plenty to binge through this week.

Now showing, as it debuts today on the streaming service, is 'Catching Killers', a true crime series which turns to those who, well, catch the killers.

The series consists of four parts as it hones in on the Green River Killer, the Happy Face Killer, and Aileen Wuornos (who Charlize Theron played in her Oscar-winning turn in 'Monster').

These serial killers are profiled and we meet the investigators and other authorities who went to extraordinary lengths to catch them.

'Catching Killers' looks at the personal effect that these harrowing, chilling crimes had on the detectives, as well as their wider societal consequences.

Debuting on Netflix tomorrow (Friday, 5 November) is a series that's more crime drama than true crime, but should prove of interest to fans of the genre.

'The Unlikely Murderer' is a fictional interpretation of how Stig Engström, a graphic designer who was named as the probable murderer of Sweden's prime minister Olof Palme in 1986, managed to elude justice right up to his death.

Engström did everything wrong when it came to his actions, but he was audacious and fortunate, leaving the police perplexed.

Here's what you can expect.

Another crime drama pulling from true events is 'Narcos Mexico', which gets a third and final season tomorrow as well.

Having tracked the rise of Miguel Ángel Félix Gallardo throughout, the last season ended with him in jail.

This next season is set in the 90s, when the drug business has globalised, and the arrest of Félix has deadly consequences.

A new generation of Mexican kingpins emerge among escalating violence and political unheaval.