Murder in Small Town X is an unscripted drama series in which ten ordinary people compete to track down a fictional killer in a town filled with improvisational actors playing the suspects and witnesses.
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Murder in Small Town X is an unscripted drama series in which ten ordinary people compete to track down a fictional killer in a town filled with improvisational actors playing the suspects and witnesses.

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Sunrise, Maine is really Eastport, Maine, the first part of the United States to be touched by sunlight every day. See more »

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Better version of 'Survivor'...sort of.
25 July 2001 | by (Destin, Florida, USA) – See all my reviews

As far as 'reality shows' go, it's far better than the garbage out there right now on NBC like 'Spy TV' and 'Fear Factor'. This mini-series (It's runs for about eight episodes, so technically it's a mini-series.) is more or less based on the fantasy murder weekend vacations some of the Bed and Breakfast houses hold to drum up business. I dig the premise of ten amateur sleuths trying to solve the mystery of the Flint Murders and how the 'killer', based on fifteen possible suspects from the fictional town of Sunrise, takes out one sleuth at a time. Considering it's from former staffers of 'The Real World', I was delightfully surprised of the lack of teenage immaturity, though some adults are obviously childish in some respects. Granted, the subject matter isn't for kids and no doubt the pseudo-snuff aspects will turn off some viewers, but in general it has a better and more enjoyable feel to it than the 'Survivor' series and its many (WAY too many) rip-offs. I hope they'll do this again because it's more like a mystery novel/game show than an actual 'reality' program.


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