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As the Portuguese police face increased media scrutiny, the McCanns find their account of the night of Madeleine's disappearance called into question
The episode was rated from 154 votes.
The use of forensic dogs at the crime scene leads the investigators in a new direction. Later, an allegation rocks Gerry and Kate McCann
The episode was rated from 146 votes.
Private investigators reinvigorate the search for Madeleine. An FBI sketch artist takes another attempt at drawing the chief suspect
The episode was rated from 135 votes.
While the investigation into Madeleine's disappearance continues, the police begin to suspect that a helpful onlooker may be hiding something
The episode was rated from 170 votes.
The media is taken to task for ethical missteps. Despite it being more than a decade since Madeleine was last seen, the McCanns remain fueled by hope
The episode was rated from 126 votes.
The search for Madeleine takes investigators down a dark path. The McCanns battle Gonçalo Amaral in courtThe episode was rated from 140 votes.
Following 3-year-old Madeleine McCann's disappearance, her parents plead with both the public and police for answersThe episode was rated from 197 votes.
As the world turns against them, the McCanns receive some support. Also, a change in leadership shakes up the investigationThe episode was rated from 145 votes.
Last updated: oct 09, 2020
As a big true crime fan I'm loving all these docuseries from Netflix recently. I just think they could be a bit shorter. This dragged at times and could have been like two hours shorter. But I liked that they covered most of the theories about what happened and didn't just focus on the parents. Which I kinda feared would happen after it came out that the McCanns were gonna sue them.
Very interesting series, I went in believing that her parents were the ones who did it (after reading about it when the news originally broke via the media), but after this docuseries, I'm beginning to change my mind. It's a good series for those who don't know much about the case, and it presents a lot of different theories and explanations from both sides (though I feel it does lean more towards sympathizing with the McCanns). Some random parts thrown in there about the town itself and other things that aren't particularly even about Madeleine's case necessarily, which we could have probably done without to be honest. Overall a well-made interesting series.
It's ridiculous how much biased this documentary is. It's super protective of the parents when there are too many contradictions in their statements.
A document that may not reveal anything new about Madeleine case, but shows the great role of the media (not always in a positive way).
Would had been leagues better if it killed its darlings a bit.
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