Paul Wesley and Phoebe Tonkin have a strong yet grisly suggestion for a Netflix binge.
Over the weekend, the actress took to Instagram to post a photo of a documentary series called Making a Murderer, about a man who served 18 years for a crime he didn't commit, but gets on the line again.
In the caption, Tonkin wrote that this is one of the most "heartbreaking, terrifying infuriating documentaries" she's ever seen. She added that she hopes something good will come out of the series.
This was one of the most heartbreaking, terrifying and infuriating documentaries I've ever seen. I commend the filmmakers for shedding light on a case like this, even though unfortunately I am sure there are countless more corrupt and unjust cases occurring all over this Country. I really hope some good comes out of this series. @netflix
A photo posted by Phoebe Tonkin (@phoebejtonkin) on Dec 27, 2015 at 9:12am PST
Wesley also watched the doc, writing the details on Twitter. He spent 10 hours watching it and mentioned it has a "terrifying look at our judicial system."
The film has 10 episodes on Netflix and can be watched with an account.
Meanwhile, Wesley and Tonkin seemed to have themselves a pleasant holiday season as they spent Christmas Eve together. The actress kissed her boyfriend on his cheek as he gave a dashing smile and she held a present.
Christmas Eve A photo posted by Phoebe Tonkin (@phoebejtonkin) on Dec 24, 2015 at 7:24pm PST
Wesley is known for CW series The Vampire Diaries while Tonkin is known for The Originals.
See trailer for Making a Murderer below.