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Takes a lighter approach to the procedural with contestants vying to determine which one of them committed a fictional murder. The 13 would-be sleuths will follow the Clue formula, employing real life crime scene investigation techniques to uncover and discern the staged evidence. Much like the movie inspired by the classic game, contestants will also stay together in a glitzy estate. A new crime will be presented each week so that they might advance in the game. The finale will find one player unmasking the killer to win a $250,000 prize. Written by ABC

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Waste of time
24 June 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm not much of a fan of reality TV. I'll list the shows that make me say I'll never watch another RS and why: 1) Dancing with the Stars, a show I couldn't wait to see for the first four season, but what is now as and egregiously tiresome program. I caught an episode of latest series, stuck till the end, but only by force of will. 2) Master Chef 1st season: I picked the winner within five minutes of showing her, saying that she would win no matter if she did things that eliminated others, or didn't do things that others didn't do, who were eliminated, sometimes in the same episode. 3) a few other cooking competitions that got much too repetitive.

Shows I love: 1)The Amazing Race, always fresh and inventive. 2)SoYouThinkYouCanDance: Those kids are truly talented, and you can't fake dance like you can with mediocrities like American Idol contestants.

Whodunnit? is probably the most artificial, insipid, waste of time I have the misfortune to see in years. What utter drivel. It's too bad that they don't really, truly eliminate the contestants. Are these people real? No wonder this country is in such trouble.


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