Kerine Wint

“No one lives just one article or one headline of a life. There’s more.”


Last Call may be a true-crime docuseries, but it doesn’t pigeonhole itself as such; the advocacy for humanizing LGBTQ+ people is undoubtedly at its helm. The series expands past the context of each crime, giving testimonials and evidence of the lives, struggles, solidarity, and fears of the community. It acknowledges the efforts of the New Jersey State Police whilst shedding light on the inherent biases of society, law enforcement, and media when responding to crimes against gay people. Interviews with family members, detectives, and activists round out the narrative, ensuring that the lives lost are not forgotten due to shame, hatred, or sensationalism.

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Last Call: When a Serial Killer Stalked Queer New York

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Last Call: When a Serial Killer Stalked Queer New York

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 Chromecast, Roku, Roku TV, Samsung Smart TV, Website, Xbox One

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