This is one of the greatest detective shows
of all time. The premise is simple enough: detectives at a fictional Philadelphia Police Station reinvestigate cases that have never been solved. Some of these cases date back pre-1960s, but most occur sometime post-1960s and later. The character that really steals the show
is Kathryn Morris as Lilly Rush, the lead detective and until mid-season 3 the only female detective. Kathryn is a beautiful and truely underrated actress. However, what bugs me is:
a. how can those involved in the case possibly remember stuff from 30, 40, 50 or even 10 years ago?
b. half the stuff the team "learns" during the reinvestigation should have been brought up in the first place!
c. lack of forensic work (in real life forensics solves most if not all cases, not interviews)
d. the odds of finding a missing person or serial killer in a matter of days/weeks is very low Other than these four points "Cold Case"
is a truely great show!
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