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Source:  Variety

Netflix has acquired “Murder Mountain: Welcome to Humboldt County,” a true-crime murder-mystery docuseries from the team behind “Man on Wire” and “LA 92.” The six-part series examines a series of murders that took place in a remote California community.

The Lightbox-produced series premiered on Fuse TV earlier this year. Netflix will launch it globally on Dec. 28.

Murder Mountain: Welcome To Humboldt County

"This is not the hippie marijuana industry anymore."Welcome to Murder Mountain, a secretive and surreal corner of America with a deadly history. Watch the series premiere September 23 at 10PM ET/PT: https://fusion.tv/tv-channel-lineup/

Posted by Fusion TV on Monday, September 17, 2018

 
The series is set in Humboldt County, California, where marijuana is the dominant local industry, and dozens of people have gone missing in the last few years – more than any other county in California.

“Murder Mountain” focuses on the disappearance of 29-year-old Garret Rodriguez in 2013. The investigation into his whereabouts, the producers say, exposes “a wild, lawless place.”

The series also delves into Humboldt’s marijuana farms, both legal and illegal, and provides a glimpse into what it takes for an outlaw farmer to cross over to the legal market.

Read the story at Variety.

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