Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story | Official Trailer | Netflix

Jimmy Savile was one of the United Kingdom’s most beloved TV personalities. Shortly after his death in 2011, an investigation …
Jimmy Savile was one of the United Kingdom’s most beloved TV personalities. Shortly after his death in 2011, an investigation …
Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story | Official Trailer | Netflix
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  1. The bit in the first episode plays some interesting dark violin music during the credits with the destroying of the grave animation. Could anyone identify that music or was it just made for the episode

  2. how could anyone NOT see what he was? I mean, LOOK AT HIM!
    I never believed in the whole "never judge a book by it's cover" B.S!
    I'm always right when I do.

  3. the fact that he passed away before he was caught for his crimes makes me so mad and disgusted. he did such evil things but was never held accountable for them, but in the end, he ended up living a long, happy life instead of rotting in jail where he should have been…really shows how money, power, and connections can let you do whatever you want

  4. Even before it all came out I never liked him, he was a slimy creep, I never knew anyone who liked him.

  5. Don’t bother watching the first episode, go straight to the second episode. The first episode just talks about how the public loved him… for an hour and a half.

    The second episode at least gets to the horrible things he did, but only in the last 15 minutes of the episode! There’s only 2 episodes and you only got to what he did in the last 15 minutes of the entire 3 hours?

    Why not focus on the failure of the law enforcement instead of highlighting all his positive publicity he’s gotten, then spend a significant portion of the second episode also focusing on the positive public opinion?

    This could have been a great dive into a horrible person and a horrible failure to the victims, but it’s a miss.

    If you’re reading this comment wondering is you should watch it, watch the second half of the second episode. The rest is redundant.

  6. It wasn't that he was particularly smart. He realised from the get go that people who had their hands on the levers of power shared his proclivities. From that moment he was truly untouchable.

  7. Just watched the documentary. Didn't seem like anything was really proven unless I've missed something. Anyone can make allegations but there wasn't any real proof just speculation. Hope it wasn't true

  8. Yes I grew up with this scummy nonce on the TV and he always creeped me out. What's worse is, he was from my home city too

  9. Saville once broke wind loudly when my great aunt asked him to sign a football to give to her son. That's all he did, he never answered her, just loudly broke wind and continued to walk on. She never liked him after that, she got Jimmy Tarbuck , who was in Blackpool at the same time, to sign it instead.

  10. I've just watched this. I am just thinking how many people with power they have never get caught because of the passive protection of the politics and the media, who encourage the famous "who will believe me?" Thanks God you have always some brilliant journalists who do brilliantly their job. Hugs to all the victims.

  11. How in the fxxx could you not take one look at him and know he’s a creep,I thought that whenever I seen him on tv as a kid ! If the public had one iota of common sense and turned on him it would’ve brought him down !!!

  12. These whites and their royals are the sickest pedos …look what they third to africa , North, South America, Australia and India

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