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Struggling against finding his father, Gary L. Stewart, a youthful aspiring person, whose mother interfaces with him for the first time, revealing to him some data about his biological dad, goes in the rush to find his dad, what challenges him, as he faces the dark secrets of his family.
...it turns the entire affair into a critique of both itself and, by extension, the true-crime genre, where sensational claims and pretzel-logic explanations are routinely, and easily, presented as trustworthy.
FX's first true crime series brings a new type of grossness to the genre - one in which the audience feels shameful simply because viewing the docuseries makes us complicit in stroking the ego of its subject, Gary L. Stewart.