A young African American woman vanished in 2011. Investigative reporter Shawndrea Thomas and retired deputy Police Chief Joe Delia attempt to unravel the mysterious unsolved case in the hope of finding justice for her and her family.
Patient compendium drawing from 3400 hours of audio tapes, archival footage, declassified documents, et al, weaves a rich texture of understanding, particularly effective in flashbacks from... See full summary »
There's a saying in Media industries: if you're trying to appeal to everyone, you won't appeal to anyone. This is what Logan High has done. It uses the most dull and directionless story-writing method possible: "scripted reality", and as a result comes off as an incredibly unaccomplished The Next Step, where one minute it appears like a mockumentary setting up for a joke that doesn't come; another, a kids' show devoid of any intersting characters that made programmes like 4 o'Clock Club so brilliant; and in others, completely unidentifiable. It ultimately falls down a deep crevasse between genres, one from which it is unable to rescue itself.
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