Netflix announces reboot of true crime show 'Unsolved Mysteries'

Netflix announces reboot of true crime show 'Unsolved Mysteries'

Robert Stack originally hosted Unsolved Mysteries, which ran for over 500 episodes between 1987 and 2010, before his death in 2003.

The mystery of whether or not there will be an Unsolved Mysteries reboot has been solved: Netflix is bringing back the cult classic investigation show.

The streaming service announced creators from the original show have teamed up with producers from the Netflix smash "Stranger Things" for the modern reboot.

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As a kid, I remember being mesmerized by Unsolved Mysteries. Cosgrove, Levy, and Josh Barry will serve as executive producers, with Robert Wise co-executive producing and showrunning alongside Meurer. The report claims Netflix's reboot will be a 12-part series that entirely features re-enactments presented in a documentary format.

The interaction with viewers helped the Unsolved Mysteries detectives solve many a mystery, as Stack updated fans at the end of each episode whenever someone was arrested or detained, thanks to viewer tips.

In the original series, actors played victims, criminals, witnesses, family members and police - all interviewees, in keeping with the reenactment structure. CBS and Lifetime then briefly had it after its NBC cancellation, and Dennis Farina hosted a revival on Spike from 2008 to 2010.

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