Unbelievable – A True Crime Story | KT Review

A true crime detective series, Unbelievable brings to life the true story of Marie, a teenager charged with lying about a rape where all the details fit the cases being followed by two detectives in different police districts. And who, by pure coincidence, discover their cases are the same and that they’re not the only ones. Digging deeper into similar cases they find other who have suffered a similar fate and interview the victims. Eventually discovering the truth behind Marie’s initial report of being raped.

Unbelievable on Netflix

Currently available for binge watching on Netflix, if you like your true crime dramatized this is one not to be missed. And starring Kaitlyn Dever (Justified, Last Man Standing), Toni Collette (Hereditary, Velvet Buzzsaw), Merritt Wever (Godless, The Walking Dead), Danielle Macdonald (Dumplin’, Patti Cake$), Scott Lawrence (Fear the Walking Dead, Star Wars: Resistance), Annaleigh Ashford (American Crime Story, Unicorn Store), John Hartmann (The Last Tycoon, The Good Place), Kai Lennox (Green Room, Falling Water), and Austin Hébert (Above Suspicion, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back).

Unbelievable Review

Even with people you can trust, if the truth is inconvenient, they don’t believe it.

Marie, Unbelievable

Unbelievable Review Conclusion

Will there be a Season 2? – It’s unlikely there will be a second season of this limited series. The story of Marie and the trauma she went through was concluded in the first season and as a result there is nothing further to explore. A second season would require a different crime and may not involve the detectives we’ve already met -of course, it could always work like True Detective which sees different pairings of detectives each season. And seeing this kind of thing with strong female leads wouldn’t be a bad thing.

I really enjoyed this limited series. The characters were great and the story, based on real life events, kept moving. Telling several different characters stories and allowing connections to come easily and unexpectedly. I would love to see another season, whether that happens or not might depend on the ratings -so get watching.

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