John Cosgrove and Terry Dunn Meurer are responsible for the creation of the American mystery documentary television show known as Unsolved Mysteries. Documenting unsolved mysteries and unexplained occurrences, it premiered on NBC on January 20, 1987, as a series of seven specials hosted by Raymond Burr, Karl Malden, and Robert Stack.
On October 5, 1988, it was expanded into a full-fledged series, with Stack serving as the show’s host, and it continues to this day. On November 13, 1997, the show was moved from NBC to CBS for its tenth season, having previously aired for nine seasons on NBC.
After the addition of Virginia Madsen as a co-host for season, 11 did not succeed in boosting falling ratings, CBS decided to discontinue the series on June 11, 1999, after it had only aired for a total of two seasons and 12 episodes. The show was brought back on the air by Lifetime in the year 2000, and the 12th season premiered on July 2, 2001.
A total of 103 episodes of Unsolved Mysteries were broadcast on Lifetime before the show was canceled on September 20, 2002. The cancellation of the show occurred at the same time that Stack became unwell and ultimately passed away.
Spike decided to bring back the series in 2007 after it had been off the air for the previous six years, and it returned to the broadcast on October 13, 2008. Dennis Farina acted as the show’s presenter for this updated and improved edition, which was primarily comprised of repackaged parts taken from the original episodes.
Before the series was canceled for good on April 27, 2010, Farina had presented a total of 175 episodes. The website for the show is managed by Cosgrove-Meurer Productions, and it includes popular accounts as well as continuing cold cases (cases involving murder or missing persons), as well as a link to an online form in the event that a viewer has information regarding an unsolved crime.
As of the year 2017, the show continues to maintain a page on YouTube where viewers can post their own mysteries. Unsolved Mysteries will, if the viewer’s mystery is selected, post a video of the viewer describing the mystery. In the same year, FilmRise made the announcement that it planned to distribute updated versions of the series’ episodes after acquiring the rights to the series’ worldwide digital distribution.
These shows are currently available to stream in their entirety in the United States and the United Kingdom on Amazon Prime, Tubi TV, and on a channel that is only devoted to them on Pluto TV. The episodes of Spike have been officially uploaded on YouTube since February 2017, and they are organized there into eight seasons.
The first episode of the series was made available to stream on Hulu in the United States in July 2017. Between the months of February and March 2019, FilmRise started uploading episodes that had been digitally repaired and re-edited, with Stack serving as the host.
Terror Vision Records presented the premiere of the official soundtrack for the series on June 22nd, 2018. In 2017, the producers of the show expressed an interest in bringing the series back for another season.
Netflix announced on January 18, 2019, that it would be reviving the series, and the next season is scheduled to debut on July 1, 2020. The first season of the relaunch was divided into two volumes, each of which contained a total of six episodes.
Release Date for the Third Volume of Unsolved Mysteries
The third volume of Unsolved Mysteries is scheduled to be made available on Netflix on October 18, 2022.
The television program is scheduled to air three new episodes per week for a total of three weeks.
The Cast of Unsolved Mysteries, Volume 3
This new season of the documentary features contributions from the same people who were responsible for the first two seasons of Unsolved Mysteries, including
Shawn Levy, the creator of Stranger Things, and his firm, 21 Laps Entertainment.
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Watch the Trailer for Unsolved Mysteries Volume 3
What is the Plot of Unsolved Mysteries Volume 3?
The following is an excerpt from the show’s description on Netflix: “This compelling resurrection of the legendary documentary series is fueled by real cases of mysterious disappearances, horrific murders, and ghostly encounters.”
The following are the mysteries that will be explored throughout the course of the season: Week 1: Mystery at Mile Marker 45, Something in the Sky, Body in Bags; Week 2: Death in a Vegas Motel, Paranormal Rangers, What Happened to Josh; Week 3: Mystery at Mile Marker 45, Something in the Sky, Body in Bags; as well as Week 3, which featured “Body in the Bay,” “The Ghost in Apartment 14,” and “Abducted by a Parent.”