The 4-part docuseries features Dan Schneider, a retired pharmacist from St. Bernard Parish.
You may have heard people talk about a new show on Netflix. It’s a true story about a local pharmacist who solved his son’s murder and went on to expose corruption behind the opioid addiction crisis.
Netflix released ‘The Pharmacist’ Feb. 5 and it’s already getting attention all over the world. The 4-part docuseries features Dan Schneider, a retired pharmacist from St. Bernard Parish.
“I really thought I could make a difference, first in my local community, but maybe on a bigger scale,” Schneider told us from his Mandeville home, six days after the release of the series. “I kind of envisioned what’s happening now, and it’s happening.”