One was the perfect family man, the other; a treasured member of the community. But beneath their perfect lives lay dark secrets no amount of money could hide. Secrets so devastating, they would take...
Series follows Columbia University's Michael Stone as he searches for the roots of evil in human beings by exploring acts committed by infamous criminals and ordinary people which he rates on his "scale of evil".
Unsolved crimes locked away in dusty file cabinets. Time is an ineffectual balm. Painful memories are left to a victim's loved ones. What happens when a killer gets away with murder? Thanks... See full summary »
I should start by saying that the idea behind the show is very simple. The only thing that could have set this show apart would have been the narration, which isn't close to good. The narrator Christopher Mason narrates like a school boy, making it obvious that he is simply reading from a screen. Moreover, his appearance is bad. His teeth are yellowish. They should have been taken care of before coming on-screen. I mean, people are watching everything and yellow teeth sets them in disdain. Moreover, there is no movement that he portrays. He sits like a lazy person. In addition to that, the stories are not "very" interesting. To sum it all up, the show is watch-able if you have spare time and don't know what else to do ! Seriously.
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