Unsolved Mysteries: Trailer shows the reboot of classic tv series
The creators of the Unsolved Mysteries and the producers of Stranger Things are teaming up to reboot the classic TV series.
Well, the time has come to solve some mysteries. Streaming giant Netflix is rebooting the classic Unsolved Mysteries tv show and thee streaming service had dropped a trailer for the upcoming series early this week.
The Unsolved Mysteries documents carry some of the cold cases and some paranormal occurrences, that have been dormant for several years but had a rich history before Netflix announced its intent to reboot the franchise earlier this year.
The original show which was created by Terry Dunn and John Cosgrove had a 10 year-long run on NBC before moving on to CBS, Lifetime, and Spike, where the long run ended in 2010.
Here is the synopsis of the series:
Fusing some of the signature elements from the original series with contemporary immersive, character-driven storytelling, the 12 new episodes are rooted in the experiences of some ordinary people who have lived the unthinkable – from the trauma of loved one’s unexplained disappearance or some horrific death, to the shock of a bizarre paranormal encounter.
Alongside the major detectives and some journalists, the family members offer clues, present theories, and identify suspects, hoping one viewer holds the only key to solving the mysteries.
Streaming service Netflix has highlighted the involvement of Stranger Things producers in its marketing for the series.
The executive producer of Unsolved Mysteries Shawn Levy noted that Netflix’s upcoming reboot would be faithful to the original show while still pushing its concept into a new direction.
This iteration of “Unsolved Mysteries” is very loyal to the things we all have loved about the brand. The stories will still range from supernatural occurrences to unthinkable crimes.
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