8.3
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See No Evil

See No Evil

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Living in a surveillance society, much of our lives are caught on camera – and what turns up on tape is shocking. This show tells modern mysteries from a new perspective, using real surveillance footage. Each episode features incredible stories where video footage helps to solve a crime.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of See No Evil

#1 - At Michelle's Door

7.06

Season 4 - Episode 4

A woman's New Year's disappearance leads to a gruesome discovery; with no witnesses, only the four security cameras from her apartment building can help decipher what happened.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of See No Evil from 51 votes.

#2 - Blood Bath

7.09

Season 2 - Episode 13

After the brutal murder of Nikki Whitehead in her home, police come to suspect she may have known her killer, using closed-circuit television and polygraph tests to discover the truth.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of See No Evil from 77 votes.

#3 - Mr. Reed Will See You

7.14

Season 2 - Episode 10

After Keith Reed is gunned down on his doorstep, surveillance footage helps police unravel the mystery of who killed him and why.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of See No Evil from 83 votes.

#4 - The Blood Trail

7.18

Season 5 - Episode 10

June 30, 2008. Tom and Jill Estes' bodies are found behind a dumpster in Festus, Missouri. Police are baffled, until a receipt leads to CCTV of a blood-stained suspect. A trail of bodies reveals a killer who must be stopped - before he strikes again.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of See No Evil from 38 votes.

#5 - The Man in the Black Hat

7.20

Season 5 - Episode 4

In 2009, 25-year-old student Julissa Brisman is found shot and bound in an upmarket hotel room in Boston. With no witnesses to the crime, investigators turn to surveillance cameras in the surrounding area and quickly unravel a serial attacker.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of See No Evil from 40 votes.

#6 - I'd Kill to be You

7.22

Season 5 - Episode 5

On November 12, 2012, Atlanta entrepreneur Terry Porter is found shot dead, execution style in the front yard of his home. There is no forensic evidence and no witnesses to the murder. Can detectives use surveillance footage to catch his killer?

The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of See No Evil from 49 votes.

#7 - View to a Rampage

7.26

Season 1 - Episode 2

Police officer Christopher Dorner goes on a shooting rampage in retaliation for his termination from the Los Angeles Police Department.

The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of See No Evil from 143 votes.

#8 - Call Me Back, Chris

7.27

Season 5 - Episode 6

In San Antonio, Christopher Duncan leaves his apartment never to return again; police have little to go on until surveillance footage offers up the possible identity of a dangerous killer.

The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of See No Evil from 44 votes.

#9 - Driven to the Edge

7.28

Season 2 - Episode 7

The disappearance of a married woman is investigated. Detectives have few clues until they come across CCTV footage that indicates what happened to her.

The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of See No Evil from 89 votes.

#10 - Right Man, Wrong Man

7.31

Season 4 - Episode 11

Family man Richard Arenas is gunned down in broad daylight in the driveway of his suburban home; with no apparent motive or witnesses, investigators watch CCTV footage in an attempt to track down Arenas' cold-hearted killer.

The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of See No Evil from 48 votes.

#11 - The Vanishing Babysitter
7.32
Season 2 - Episode 8

Fifteen-year-old Elizabeth Ennen is seen for the last time when a family friend drops her off at home, but her mother says she never walked through the door.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of See No Evil from 98 votes.

#12 - The Lady Vanishes
7.33
Season 5 - Episode 3

When 69-year-old Ina Clare Richardson is found brutally killed in a public park in Clarkston, Wash., there are no witnesses to the crime, so investigators turn to surveillance cameras to discover what happened the night of her murder.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of See No Evil from 39 votes.

#13 - Dead on Reflection
7.35
Season 3 - Episode 7

On April 4th, 2014, Kimberly Robertson's battered body is found on a sidewalk after a date with her boyfriend. A network of surveillance cameras plays out Kimberly's last few hours alive.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of See No Evil from 84 votes.

#14 - Run from the Scene
7.36
Season 5 - Episode 2

On November 23, 2012, Pennsylvania DJ Ervin Holton is found shot dead on his friend's porch. With no witnesses, investigators spot cameras outside a nearby store Pointing directly at the crime scene, could this camera have captured Ervin's killer?

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of See No Evil from 36 votes.

#15 - Vanished at Noon
7.36
Season 3 - Episode 3

On November 26th, 2014, Jessica Padgett disappears. The only lead is her abandoned white Subaru. Surveillance cameras show her driving into a parking lot and walking down a back alley, never to return.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of See No Evil from 94 votes.

#16 - Neighborhood Watch
7.37
Season 1 - Episode 3

Pensacola Police investigate the disappearance of popular news reporter Sean Dugas, and find themselves drawn into an addictive world of gaming. Meanwhile, across state a mother vanishes after a family party and a neighbour's CCTV reveals a shocking tale of murder and betrayal.

The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of See No Evil from 142 votes.

#17 - Silent Witness
7.37
Season 1 - Episode 4

Police rely on surveillance cameras while looking for a respected businessman who vanishes after a meeting and a young mother who doesn't return from her job search.

The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of See No Evil from 92 votes.

#18 - Shadow of Hope
7.37
Season 4 - Episode 13

On Dec 26, 2011, Hope Melton vanished after being run off a country road; CCTV footage from a nearby gas station reveals a suspicious orange car that appears to follow Melton out of the parking lot.

The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of See No Evil from 51 votes.

#19 - Don't Get in the Truck
7.38
Season 4 - Episode 12

Emily Lambert goes missing after spending the night at a hotel bar with her new boyfriend; two days later, she's found murdered on a piece of remote farmland; detectives scour CCTV footage from the hotel and bar searching for her killer.

The episode was rated #9 Worst episode of See No Evil from 53 votes.

#20 - On Her Watch
7.40
Season 3 - Episode 5

On March 18th, 2011, 32-year-old Patty Ayala is murdered at the Burger King where she works. Police find the safe open and a mysterious message next to Patty's body. They turn to surveillance video—and it's there the killer emerges from the shadows.

The episode was rated #10 Worst episode of See No Evil from 75 votes.

Last updated: mar 03, 2021

Comments

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I absolutely love this show! Every episode I've seen (64) has been really eye opening & they have such great content. Definitely a must watch!

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One of my favourite shows!

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This is a fantastic show, very well done. It would be better if there were more episodes per season. **Update:** Now I have just watched S06E20, thank you for increasing the number of episodes per season! It sucks that I think season 6 is now finished and I have to wait for season 7, but it has to end at some point. Eagerly awaiting more episodes!

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