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The streaming landscape is drowning in shocking and revolting true-crime tales, and yet Jared From Subway: Catching a Monster is in a disgusting class by itself. The in-depth story of the famed fast-food spokesman’s rise to national prominence and fall into disgrace thanks to his sexual appetite for young children, Sam Miller’s three-episode ID series (premiering Mar. 6 on Discovery+) is the stuff of nightmares. The film is made all the more squirm-inducing by commentary from both the woman who spent years secretly getting him to confess to his urges on tape, and two of his 14 innocent victims.
(Warning: This piece features disturbing quotes describing child pornography and child sexual abuse.)
Reprehensible barely begins to describe all the nastiness covered by Jared From Subway: Catching a Monster, which is highlighted by a collection of covert audio recordings of Jared Fogle made by Rochelle Herman, a Sarasota, Florida-based radio host and single mother.