Attention, true-crime aficionados and psychology buffs! Hulu just unveiled the trailer for a series unlike any other: “Mastermind: To Think Like A Killer.”

Get ready to delve into the twisted minds of history’s most notorious serial killers alongside a groundbreaking pioneer in criminal profiling – Dr. Ann Burgess.

Dr. Ann Burgess in ‘Mastermind: To Think Like A Killer’ on Hulu

This isn’t your standard whodunit.

Mastermind” isn’t just about catching killers; it’s about understanding them. Dr. Burgess, a psychiatric nurse and professor, was a trailblazer in the development of modern serial killer profiling.

This series, premiering July 11th on Hulu, follows her journey as she confronts the darkest corners of the human psyche to stop monsters before they strike again.

Executive produced by the powerhouse Fanning sisters, Dakota and Elle, “Mastermind” promises a fresh perspective.

We’ll see Dr. Burgess not just as a brilliant mind, but also as a compassionate soul driven by a fierce desire for justice for victims.

The trailer hints at iconic cases involving Ted Bundy and Ed Kemper, but also sheds light on lesser-known monsters like the Ski Mask Rapist.

“To stop serial killers you need to think like one,” the trailer declares.

But Dr. Burgess doesn’t just think like them – she delves into the damaged psyches of both victims and attackers, piecing together the puzzle to bring killers to justice.

Mastermind” isn’t just about the thrill of the chase; it’s about honoring a largely unsung hero.

Dr. Burgess’ work not only revolutionized the FBI’s approach to criminal investigations but also championed the plight of women in America.

So, prepare to be unsettled, intrigued, and ultimately inspired.

Mastermind: To Think Like A Killer” promises a thrilling exploration of the darkest aspects of humanity, guided by the unwavering light of Dr. Ann Burgess.

Mark your calendars for July 11th and get ready to confront the monsters that lurk in the shadows.

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