5 Best Crime Shows

It’s a perfect time to talk about my favorite crime shows. I don’t have many, but one of my favorite crime show is Unsolved Mysteries, and this show is reboot came out this week. I know looking at crime scenes and hearing the detailed Story of unpleasant crimes, peoples are committed to being a downer but somehow, I am still watching crime shows. I think this is the best way to relax.

One of your best genres on Netflix is mysterious or crime TV shows. I know this is most difficult to separate from crime from horror, but I did it for you and split the five best original crime shows of Netflix for you because I am sticking with Netflix, and I think you will find good stuff from my list, given below.

Unsolved Mysteries:

Unsolved Mysteries is an American mystery and crime show, created by John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer and it begins as a series of seven specials,  presented by Raymond Burr, Karl Malden. Robert Stack, Starting on NBC on January 20, 1987, becoming a full-fledged series on October 5, 1988, hosted by Stack.

Mysteries is one of my favorite crime show. When I am hearing about a reboot of this show and officially announced, I am very excited that the king of a true-crime show is coming back. Alright, here we go! So first, here’s some awful news: There’s no storyteller (to be fair, who would EVER replace Robert Stack?) or cheesy reenactment scenes. The uplifting Story, however, is that the creepy-ass theme song is still mostly intact.

 This show is about reenactments of unsolved crimes, missing person’s cases, conspiracy theories, and unexplained paranormal phenomena. Whenever possible, the actual relatives and police authorities have taken part in reproducing the occasions. What you are going to see isn’t a piece of news communicated.

The new Unsolved Mysteries are now streaming on Netflix, and the original show is streaming on Hulu and IMDB.

The Stranger:

The Stranger is an eight-part British secret spine chiller arrangement composed essentially by Danny Brocklehurst and dependent on the 2015 Harlan Coben novel of a similar title. The miniseries debuted on Netflix on January 30, 2020.

The Story of The Stranger begins with Meursault receiving a telegram message informing him about his mother died. He attends the funeral of his mother but surprises other participants with his unusual calm.

After the next two weeks, Meursault carries on life as if nothing tragic has happened. He skips with a girlfriend and goes on a beach for vocations.

During the beach vocation Meursault and his friends confronted by two Arabs, and Meursault kill one of them due to some violence ensues, and there is no explanation exists for Meursault’s crime.

At his murder trial, the court seemed much more interesting in Meursault’s absence of grief over his mother’s deaths than the supposed horror of his wrongdoing. Then the judge decided that Meursault in deserving death punishment. Awaiting his execution in prison, Meursault struggles to come to terms with his impending death.

I have some issues with The Stranger story, but I think a lot of people like this Story.

The Stranger is available on Netflix and IMDB.

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American Greed:

American Greed is creating by Mark Hoffman, president, CEO, and chairman of the board at CNBC. It starts on June 21, 2007, in the US and is currently airing in its thirteenth season. Episodes are also rebroadcast on the television network.

The only show on my list is American greed that isn’t about murder. If you haven’t heard about this, it’s all about criminals who ran fraud, Broken Dreams, and doing scams with peoples and often to cheat unsuspected victims with a large amount of money. Some of the most famous cases and peoples they have covered include the 2019 college admissions scandal, Mike Sorrentino (Jersey Shore), and the Fyre Festival. As should be obvious, that is certainly a quality that brings me into a decent crime show collection.

American Greed is available on CNBC.

Snapped:

Snapped is an American real crime show produced by Jupiter Entertainment. Snapped premiered on August 6, 2004.

 The series portrays high profile or strange cases of women accused of murder. I don’t like this show as much anymore, but it is still one of my favorite lists. I quit due to a change of narrator a couple of years ago, which made a big difference for me. Just like unsolved mysteries, this show is nothing without a distinct narrator with a calm voice.

Although this show is most overdramatized, I like the concept of this show due to showcasing stories of women and commit crimes since murderers are often supposed to be men.

Snapped is available on Oxygen.

Cold Case Files:

Cold case files are a reality crime show on the cable channel A&E Network and the rebooted series on Netflix. Cold Case Files is hosted by Bill Kurtis and produced by Tom Golden.

Story of the Cold Case Files is the investigation of old unsolved murder cases with the help of modern forensic science technologies and find out the criminals.

In my opinion, this show is too strange and dark for me because it often focuses on serial killers and predators and gives a lot of details about crimes, which is so chilling. I will usually watch it. Just like other crime shows, you get satisfaction from seeing that the criminal caught and put into the prison.

Cold Case Files is available on A&E and Netflix.

Update:

Unsolved Mysteries producer reveals new leads on cold cases are hand over to law enforcement.

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