Loved this docu-series, both absolutely heartbreaking & infuriating! To say I was moved by this documentary is an understatement. However, I was not impressed with the questioning style of the director. Particularly with the subject of Edgar as well as a few others. I don't know if Ryan White is just inexperienced in that area or what but he dropped the ball, so-to-speak (CONTINUED IN COMMENTS)
Everything you could want from a crime docu-series. Fascinating, intriguing, extremely tense and as far as I can tell, unbiased. The only thing it lacks is closure and a more definitive ending but that simply wouldn't be possible given that the crime hasn't been solved. Hopefully new developments prompt a second season.
I am absolutely incensed as I write this having just finished the last episode. This more then any other series makes me now finally...reluctantly...believe that TV is the superior medium of our era. The depth, the storytelling, the layers of complexity and engagement cannot be achieved in a shorter format. The victims of Maskell are so admirable. They deserve our attention and respect.