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Netflix’s Unsolved Mysteries Volume 3 is coming this October

A third volume of Unsolved Mysteries was announced by Netflix last year, although there have been few updates on new episodes in the year since the announcement, with the streamer confirming today that new episodes will premiere in October. Unlike most other Netflix series, the upcoming release will be billed as a “three-week event” rather than dropping all episodes at once, with a new episode premiering a week apart and into November. As previous volumes in the series each consisted of six episodes, it is currently unclear whether volume 3 will release more episodes in the future or if this will be the entirety of the new series of mysteries. Check out the new episodes of Unsolved Mysteries on October 18th, October 25th and November 1st.

Unsolved Mysteries Profiles of more unexplained disappearances, tragic events and bizarre occurrences. Perhaps a viewer holds the key to solving these cases. Detectives, journalists and family members offer intriguing theories in this compelling series from the creators of the original documentaries, Cosgrove/Meurer Productions, and 21 Laps Entertainment, the producers of stranger things.

A determining factor Unsolved Mysteries Aside from other documentaries chronicling unexplained phenomena and true crime stories, each episode encourages viewers to do their own research and reach out to the appropriate channels with any hints or tips. In this regard, it’s possible that the episodes will be spaced out in a way that allows the audience to focus on one case at a time, rather than delving into six mysteries at once.

With the new series from Netflix and the streamer who is at home Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madnesssome viewers have wondered if we could ever expect a crossover between the two traits, as some viewers had hoped Unsolved Mysteries would investigate the disappearance of Carole Baskin’s former husband, Don Lewis. Franchise co-creator Terry Meurer previously recalled why we shouldn’t expect such a part of the series.

“Well, I think it’s a good story. It’s a good mystery. But what we understood was that there are other companies developing this. So we wouldn’t jump in and develop one Unsolved Mysteries Episode based on it,” Meurer told ComicBook.com in reference to a Carole Baskin investigation. t been date line and detection ID. And unfortunately, there are still many cases that haven’t received the media attention that they should. The Carole Baskin case has received a lot of media attention. You would think if people had any leads they would have been in touch by now. So this case is a little too familiar to us. We used to do better known cases, but now we’re trying to find the smaller stories that didn’t get attention, that audiences didn’t see.

She continued, “And that’s really hard because, as you say, there are so many true crime shows out there, but we’re fortunately surprising ourselves that a lot of the viewership that’s coming in aren’t stories that had a lot of that.” we’re trying to do that on the podcast too, especially on the podcast, that people like Chelsea Small, we just got some nice emails from the police and from the family after the start of this episode on Wednesday, because they just feel like that it’s something they can do. You can bring this story to the media and maybe it will be solved. It gives them hope. And I hope, never false hope, because I think they’re realists and they know that these cases are going to be hard to solve, but that’s one thing we can do for families and law enforcement, small towns that haven’t gotten the attention some of the national attention that some of these other stories have. “

Stay tuned in for details Unsolved Mysteries Volume 3 before the premiere of the first episode on October 18th.

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