The show is well executed in just about every way. Each case is chosen very carefully, they make sure there is enough detail that it will keep your attention for the deration of the episode. I don't like feeling as though a show could have explained the case in 5 minutes. This is just the opposite it is STUFFED with twists and unpredictable characters that commit unpredictable crimes.
I was 100% hesitate when I began watching, I didn't like the narrator I thought he was...tacky (for lack of better terms). He sounded like someone narrating '1000 ways to die'. But then, I realized how well written his script was and how detailed he is. He captivates your attention in a way that one with intelligence would, it was undeniable, I fell in love with him...
The show is well executed and a great addition to the true crime genre; I'm totally addicted and can't stop watching. I'm a big fan of well made shows such as dateline and 48 hours, I feel as though this show is just as good.
My biggest concern about a perfectly executed true crime show is the cases which are chosen. I believe the best quality American Greed has is their choice of cases they investigate. I see that they have a lot of other sub series that I will look into after I'm done! I'm so happy they have as many episodes as they do. They are so thoroughly made I was wondering if it was a short lived series before looking to see how many series they do have. I notice that well made shows don't tend to last as long because they cost so much to make, I hope that means people like it as much as me!
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