Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 1

Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 1

Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 1

Netflix revives the classic 1980s-90s investigation series with six new episodes detailing real cases of perplexing disappearances, shocking murders and paranormal encounters. From Stranger Things executive producer Shawn Levy.

2020USANetflix
CrimeDocumentaryMystery

Streaming (1 Provider)

EPISODE 1.1
1 July 2020

Mystery on the Rooftop

After rushing from his home, Rey Rivera disappears. Days later, his car is found — and a strange sight at a historic hotel triggers a baffling mystery.

EPISODE 1.2
1 July 2020

13 Minutes

Patrice Endres abruptly vanishes from the salon she owned within a 13-minute window of time. Exactly 600 days later, her case takes a shocking turn.

EPISODE 1.3
1 July 2020

House of Terror

When an aristocrat and his entire family disappear, the authorities unearth something horrifying.

EPISODE 1.4
1 July 2020

No Ride Home

Alonzo Brooks vanishes after a party. His body is found a month later. Many believe that his unsolved death is a hate crime.

EPISODE 1.5
1 July 2020

Berkshires UFO

Residents of Berkshire County, Massachusetts, recall their baffling, terrifying experiences with a UFO on the night of September 1, 1969.

EPISODE 1.6
1 July 2020

Missing Witness

Lena Chapin claims on tape that her mother killed her stepfather. Several years later, she's issued a subpoena to testify in court — then disappears.

Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 1 / Reviews

RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

While there might be no Robert Stack replacement to guide us, but the stories within “Unsolved Mysteries” will likely grip you just how the original show did. In the first six episodes that were screened for press, the series offers plenty for true crime fans to satisfy their fix.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The stories told by the victims’ loved ones are indeed compelling. ... Some of the cases are less mysterious. ... The alien episodes are still fun.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

This new incarnation has almost none of what made the original memorable, substituting generic cases and limited style in stories (episodes run less than an hour) that are too dull for a miniseries and too meekly investigated for a newsmagazine.

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