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Old 01-26-2019, 09:51 AM   #106
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There will probably only be one Lost Loves episode in the season, and I'm sure it'll be a doozy. It'll be something that can't easily be solved with social media.
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I can’t see there being much in the way of lost loves.

One thing I have to say I am happy about the more I think of it is the single segment per show. The reason I say this is because so many documentary shows being made in the last 10 years or so that have more than 1 segment per show (not even talking mystery shows in particular, just documentaries in general), have the absolute most annoying approach. They constantly jump back and forth from case to case. So you get a few minutes of the first story, then the first few minutes of the next story. They then go back to the first story, then second, first and so on. Absolutely the most annoying presentation of a story I have seen.

So with a revival of Unsolved Mysteries, I could see them going this route if it were multiple segments per episode, just because that is a current trend. So for me that is one saving grace for the single segment format.
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Old 02-03-2019, 01:29 AM   #108
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The more I think about it the more I'm happy about it as well.

I look at threads on this board, like Chaim Weiss as an easy example, and there's enough stuff to fill a 6 part documentary and it's crammed into 12 minutes. We'll get to have better information and a more complete narrative.
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No news on a host yet?
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Details please?

One problem is this new UM won't have the audience UM had on NBC.
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One problem is this new UM won't have the audience UM had on NBC.
Latest they have said is “sometime in 2019”. So my guess is probably some time in the fall.

As far as the viewer numbers, don’t underestimate Netflix. In 2018, it had over 148 million subscriptions worldwide. Of course not every single one will be tuning in to every show, but crime documentaries are insanely popular on Netflix. If they give it enough hype, it will likely do better than on NBC. At least in my opinion.

Streaming is really the future of TV. While everyone may not agree with this, that is just how it is. Not to say cable is going away though. Cable will have its place for a while. Personally, my belief is cable as we know it now will be going away as it will likely become a hybrid of sorts with services like Netflix. But even that will be a few years down the road.
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It's a safe bet that it will premiere in October as a tie-in to Halloween.

And you're right. UM on Netflix will have a bigger audience than it did on NBC.
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Have they announced the host yet?
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No. Based on the lack of reports on the matter, they probably haven't even made a hiring decision yet. If they have anyone specific in mind, they're not saying. When they finalize their decision, it will be officially announced.
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It's a safe bet that it will premiere in October as a tie-in to Halloween.

And you're right. UM on Netflix will have a bigger audience than it did on NBC.
That's impossible. On NBC you had to just turn on your TV. Millions don't even have Netflix and even of those who do only a small percentage will watch UM.

There are 120 million U.S. TV households in the U.S. The latest figures on the news said about HALF of homes get Netflix. Out of those that do get Netflix maybe 5% will watch UM?

Remember UM has a cult following on here but almost nobody in the public remembers it anymore. So there is NO way Netflix has the reach NBC had!
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That's impossible. On NBC you had to just turn on your TV. Millions don't even have Netflix and even of those who do only a small percentage will watch UM.

There are 120 million U.S. TV households in the U.S. The latest figures on the news said about HALF of homes get Netflix. Out of those that do get Netflix maybe 5% will watch UM?

Remember UM has a cult following on here but almost nobody in the public remembers it anymore. So there is NO way Netflix has the reach NBC had!
Just some quick math based on UM Nielson ratings and the above estimate of 148M Netflix subscriptions:
To reach the high-watermark of UM viewership, 11.2% (16.6M) of Netflix subscribers would have to watch it. To match the low point of UM viewership, 6% (8.6M) of Netflix subscribers would have to watch it.

Unsolved Mysteries (the '19 reboot) is being produced by the folks behind Stranger Things, which is a cultural behemoth that commands the attention of a large swath of Netflix subscribers (I'm guessing much more than 12% of subscribers).

I'm also a believer that UM shifting their time slot from Wednesday nights to Friday nights significantly reduced viewership. With Netflix, you could just watch whenever you feel, "you do you".

I'm also guessing that Film Rise's upload of the entire series to the "forbidden site" will significantly boost interest as well.
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I'm also guessing that Film Rise's upload of the entire series to the "forbidden site" will significantly boost interest as well.
Who is that & what's the site please? You can PM me if you like.
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All of the big hits people are talking about are not coming from network television. It's not 1987 anymore.
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All of the big hits people are talking about are not coming from network television. It's not 1987 anymore.
But you had shows getting a larger slice of the TV audience back then because now you have a zillion more options & distractions.

Not only was there no smartphones, tablets, or streaming in 1987 there wasn't even an internet yet! Quote a lot of people didn't even have a home computer either!
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Who is that & what's the site please? You can PM me if you like.
Youtube. I just like calling it the "forbidden site" as that is what it was referred to as on this forum for many years.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzi...cX9Gw/featured
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