Cold Case Files is a series built around the re-examination of long-unsolved crimes and the journeys of law enforcement personnel who reopened them. If you love true crime then you will love this show. I finished it in a week on one of my Netflix binges. It embodies the way investigations unravel with witnesses, new information, and science helping lead detectives in new directions. Directions that lead to the conviction of the perpetrators of those crimes. Crimes that had previously been unsolved for many years. The conviction of these criminals give the family the closure they seek and the community of the victims find peace at long last.
If you are not from Texas or my hometown of Dallas, you probably don’t know who Amber Guyger is. You probably don’t know why her story has turned the city inside out or why the outcomes of her actions became a dark cloud over the city of Dallas that will not be erased anytime soon.
I am always on the lookout for the latest season of some of my favorite shows. Tonight I am happy to announce Blacklist is BACK! The season premiers on TV tonight and I can’t wait. If you are unfamiliar with the show then buckle up because I am going to try to go over 5 reasons to binge this show before the new season before it is over.
I love a good crime/cop show. Who doesn’t? But there are many different cop shows out there. However, there is one show that I keep going back to because it is one of the best cop shows out there. What show is it? Good question. It is NCIS: Navy Criminal Investigative Service. If you have no idea what I am talking about, then I suggest reading on to see why you should binge NCIS.
I grew up watching every detective show on TV, and loved them. I have rewatched so many episodes of NCIS and CSI: Las Vegas that I can practically recite some of lines by memory. Despite my adoration for a good cop show, I find that the same clichés are often repeated with new faces and new locations. It was hard to find excitement in another detective show, but I think I have found the cure to my boredom. Welcome to the stage, Death in Paradise.