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As a traumatized young woman reports being raped by an intruder, she faces a whirlwind of emotions -- and increasingly skeptical questions from police.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Unbelievable from 852 votes.
As the team juggles small breakthroughs and mounting frustrations, a fresh lead takes Karen across state lines. Marie faces new problems at work.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Unbelievable from 697 votes.
Marie struggles with the fallout from her retraction. Three years later, in Colorado, Detective Karen Duvall investigates a strikingly similar attack.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Unbelievable from 759 votes.
After meeting with another victim, Karen and Grace reach out to the FBI for help connecting the dots. Marie finds herself in a legal nightmare.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Unbelievable from 698 votes.
Grace takes a bold step to get close to a suspect, Elias the intern makes a crucial discovery, and Marie slips into increasingly reckless behavior.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Unbelievable from 694 votes.
As Karen and Grace Rasmussen compare notes on their cases, they consider an alarming possibility. In Washington, Marie's name is leaked to the press.
The episode was rated #6 Worst episode of Unbelievable from 718 votes.
Suddenly faced with two suspects instead of one, the team races to ID the rapist and make an arrest. Marie's new counselor tries to win her trust.
The episode was rated #7 Worst episode of Unbelievable from 707 votes.
A call from Colorado sets in motion a chain of events that will change Marie's life. Meanwhile, Karen and Grace prepare for a pivotal day in court.
The episode was rated #8 Worst episode of Unbelievable from 726 votes.
Last updated: apr 17, 2021
Definitely Emmy and/or Golden Globes material, for the story, the perfect acting and even for the discreet but good musical score.
Thought provoking, great pacing, :heartbeat: Toni Collette & Merritt Wever's chemistry together - MORE please!!
Toni Collette *AND* Merritt Wever!! Two talented actresses, this should be a great show.
**Just unbelievably emotionally amazing loved it** You will find yourself feeling emotional in this series making you cry at times as it is based on a true story. We have Marie who is played by Katlyn Dever she is amazing so talented really portrayed this character well bringing her story to life, which her character in the early hours of the morning someone breaks into her apartment through the sliding door. Where Marie is continually raped repeatedly by this guy while blindfolded and tied up with her own shoe laces. She calls the police after calling a friend and a neighbour to which they all do not believe her and treat her like a criminal to drag her through the mud as the crime scene is completely clean. The police think she made it up for attention based on her past of abuse through the foster program as well. There are many other victims that go unnamed throughout the years, then three years later after Marie’s rape of the same attacker two detectives from different towns Detective Grace Rasmussen played by Toni Collette and Detective Karen Duvall played by Merritt Wever starts picking up the pieces to connect these rapes to hopefully eventually find the rapist . Anyway, Marie suffered the most not just the rape that is a massive scar on her life for the rest of her life just like the other rape victims, but Marie has also suffered at the hands of the cops through disbelief by being treated as a lying suspect by the police, which it just an injustice in itself where it just shows you should never judge a book by its cover. Anyway, ten out of ten series loved it brings a tear to my eye and it just shows if it was not for those two amazing female detectives these women would never have closure especially Marie’s life would have been completely ruined by the justice system failing her countless times through disbelief of her credibility in the rape allegation. I definitely recommend a watch if you have spare time as it really makes me think so much not to judge too quickly like the cops did with Marie, as you could miss some critical evidence leaving the person even more scared than they was the first time coming out of the violent crime against them.
awesome show, binge watched it this weekend, which is very rare. Every actor did their job perfectly, The technical department did a great job. I liked it a lot.
1 word...powerful. Very, very powerful. I don't want to come by as someone who doesn't empathise. I really do. A lot of thought went into this one. This is one beautifully-scripted series which is powerful at both being a crime procedural and at trying to describe the tremendous pain these victims have to endure, pain they have to relive multiple times, and you begin to wonder - How come the law works like this? Does it need to change? I vote for change. Every actor is at the top of their game, but Kaitlyn Dever deserves a special mention, for portraying the distraught girl, the girl in pain, the girl confused at the troubles people throw at her everyday, the girl whose innocence just shines through. And she is just perfect. Kudos to the people responsible for casting. Spot-on, people.
Uauuu!!! The name is perfect!! I couldn't wait to watched each episode for day, I watched in 2 nights. I felt nervious with each episode thinking in Marie and the unfair of the situation, but allowed me to analyze about how I sometime I how could prejudge a behavior and don't listen to a person. This was most importan for me. The acting of main actresses was perfect. Don't missed.
This show is a must watch. It's absolutely perfect and makes you think about the current state of things about how rape victims are being treated. It makes you think about the stigmas we have around trauma, the reactions it should induce but also the functioning of social systems. Are we on auto-pilot or are we really trying to connect and understand the people we say we want to help ?
Nothing more to say than absolutely awesome.
Well i must say Unbelievable is a must match 10/10
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