Will Lucy Hale’s new serial killer drama Ragdoll be on Netflix?

Lucy Hale as DC Lake Edmunds - Ragdoll _ Season 1, Episode 1 - Photo Credit: Luke Varley/AMC
Lucy Hale as DC Lake Edmunds - Ragdoll _ Season 1, Episode 1 - Photo Credit: Luke Varley/AMC /

Is Ragdoll on Netflix? If you want to know more about Lucy Hale’s new serial killer thriller we’ve got all the details you need to know. The new series is based on the first book in the Fawkes & Baxter trilogy written by Daniel Cole. The first book is also called Ragdoll and based on what I’ve seen, the show stays pretty faithful to the source material.

In the live-action version of the best-selling crime novel, Pretty Little Liars alum Hale stars as DC Lake Edmunds, a young, bold and bright ingenue who gets pulled into one of the biggest cases of her career almost immediately. She, along with DI Nathan Rose and DI Emily Baxter, are tasked with hunting down the Ragdoll killer.

The show begins with the trio discovering that the killer has claimed the lives of six victims and stolen one body part from each one and then sewn these stolen parts together to form the grotesque Ragdoll.

Watch how the Ragdoll was made in this behind-the-scenes featurette.

Whether you’re interested in watching the show because you’re a book fan, a fan of the cast or just curious about the premise, it’s easy to see why anyone would inquire: is Ragdoll on Netflix?

Is Ragdoll on Netflix?

The short answer is no, Ragdoll is not on Netflix because it is not a Netflix Original series. The thriller series was produced by Sid Gentle Films and AMC Studios and being distributed by BBC Studios. It is actually an AMC+ and Alibi exclusive.

At some point in the future, the series could stream on Netflix as other AMC shows are available on the streaming platform, but don’t expect it to anytime soon.

Where to watch Ragdoll TV show

As mentioned, you can only watch Ragdoll via AMC+ or the Alibi streaming service. Americans have access to AMC+, which is a premium streaming service owned by AMC while those in the U.K. can watch the series through the pay television channel Alibi. It is not yet out in the U.K. but will likely release there before the year is over.

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