Netflix to Reboot Unsolved Mysteries Docuseries

first_imgStay on target What to Stream on Netflix This WeekendZach Galifianakis Hits the Road in ‘Between Two Ferns: The Movie’ Trailer Unsolved Mysteries, the chilling crime docuseries that creeped out fans for decades, is coming back to Netflix.On Friday, Netflix announced in a press release that the docuseries is being revived by its original creators (Cosgrove/Meurer Productions), and the producers of Stranger Things (21 Laps), including Stranger Things’ executive producer, Shawn Levy. Netflix hasn’t disclosed a premiere date for Unsolved Mysteries yet.“Unsolved Mysteries” is coming back to haunt a new generation! The original creators have teamed up with the producers of #StrangerThings for a modern take on the series that will once again look to viewers to help aid investigators in closing the book on long outstanding cases. pic.twitter.com/9DkcynjlhV— See What’s Next (@seewhatsnext) January 18, 2019Netflix said the Unsolved Mysteries reboot will keep its eerie vibe and tell stories from a docuseries perspective. Each episode will highlight one mystery and turn to viewers to help investigators close outstanding cases. The original Unsolved Mysteries ran for 11 seasons and had 260 episodes, however, Netflix is only featuring 12 episodes for the rebooted version.Netflix hasn’t shared any other details on the Unsolved Mysteries reboot, however, you can read more about previous stories on the original series’ website.More on Geek.com:Netflix Allegedly Used Real-Life Train Derailment Footage in ‘Bird Box’ Steve Carell to Lead New Netflix Series Inspired by Trump’s Space ForceNetflix Is Raising Its US Subscription Plan Priceslast_img

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