Netflix decided to give Internet annoyances another attempt to crack uncanny cases by resuscitation Unsolved mysteries. In July, the streaming platform released the first series of six episodes with unsettled disappearances, family tragedies and UFO sightings. The True Crime series uses interviews and news reports to retell the circumstances of each individual case. In contrast to the original show, however, there is neither a moderator nor extensive reenactments. Since six more episodes are expected over the course of season one, fans wonder if these episodes are update episodes, and the answer is no.
In a recent interview with Weekly entertainment, Cocreater Terry Dunn Meurer said she doesn't think they'll happen in the future because social media works quickly when it comes to telling stories in real time. "We want to [have update episodes], but it's more difficult on the streaming platform," she said. "I think maybe we could produce an additional [episode]? But we assume that with social media, if there is a significant update in one of these cases, it will likely be released there faster. If something happens, it will happen . " It happens very quickly when there is big news because a case has been solved. Since it is not broadcast now, it is a different type of animal. Trust me, the world will know if any of these cases are resolved. "
Since the premiere of the restart, Meurer said recently TMZ that they’ve received over 1,500 tips on the six new Netflix episodes. Of these 1,500, 50 were marked as credible and forwarded to the relevant law enforcement agencies.