The Cromarties - Netflix

The Cromarties is a comedic docu-series that follows former NFL all-star Antonio Cromartie and his wife Terricka,as they take on the everyday challenges of raising a blended family of five (soon to be six) kids. For the first time in 11 years since being drafted into the NFL, Antonio is a full-time stay-at-home dad. Terricka loves having Antonio home to help raise their kids, but his intense competitiveness and football-coach parenting style may prove to be too much for the whole house. Antonio and Terricka know that there isn't a playbook for parenting, and we'll join them as they make their own rules while navigating the field together.

The Cromarties - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: In Development

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2017-11-09

The Cromarties - The Amityville Horror - Netflix

The Amityville Horror is a book by American author Jay Anson, published in September 1977. It is also the basis of a series of films released from 1979 onwards. The book is claimed to be based on the paranormal experiences of the Lutz family, but has led to controversy and lawsuits over its truthfulness.

The Cromarties - Other books - Netflix

The story of The Amityville Horror was continued in a series of books by John G. Jones, with The Amityville Horror Part II (1982), Amityville: The Final Chapter (1985), Amityville: The Evil Escapes (1988) and Amityville: The Horror Returns (1989). In 1991, Amityville: The Nightmare Continues by Robin Karl was published. Hans Holzer wrote three books relating the story: Murder in Amityville, The Amityville Curse and The Secret of Amityville. Murder in Amityville was used as the basis of the 1982 film sequel Amityville II: The Possession and the 1990 film The Amityville Curse was based on the book of the same name. William Weber, the defense attorney for Ronald DeFeo, Jr. at his trial, recommended Holzer to DeFeo in 1979 as a way for DeFeo to obtain a book deal telling his side of the story. The 1983 film Amityville 3-D was also turned into a novelization by Gordon McGill. Mentally Ill In Amityville, a factual account of the case by Will Savive, was published in 2008.

The Cromarties - References - Netflix