Unsolved Mysteries reboot lands at Netflix with Stranger Things producers

Netflix rebooting longtime true-crime TV series 'Unsolved Mysteries'

Netflix rebooting longtime true-crime TV series 'Unsolved Mysteries'

Now, Netflix and EP Shawn Levy (Stranger Things) have renewed the lease on the show, bringing it over to the streaming service for an all-new 12 part series that will explore a different mystery per episode. A dozen episodes have been ordered thus far, each of which will tackle one mystery, and all of which will "maintain the chilling feeling viewers loved about the original".

Unsolved Mysteries originally ran on NBC between 1987 and 1997.

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Each episode revealed the inside stories of mysteries yet to be solved, then producers and Stack gave viewers a hotline number every time in case viewers recognized a major player in the show or could impart true-life information for investigators. "In the original series, actors played the victims, criminals and witnesses but family members and police were regularly interviewed". There's something that just haunted you about that show in the best possible way, which ran for 500 episodes over the course of its on/off again run since 1987. After it was canceled, the series ran on CBS for two years, followed by a few new episodes in 2001-2002 on Lifetime. Cosgrove, Levy, and Josh Barry will serve as executive producers, with Robert Wise co-executive producing and showrunning alongside Meurer. John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer, the creators of Unsolved Mysteries, teased the possibility of the program's return during a Reddit AMA in 2017. By the Spike era, Stack had died (2003), so Dennis Farina became host.

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