Quote from Kurt Vonnegut: “Being a humanist means trying to behave decently without expectation of rewards or punishment after you are dead.”
This ID (Investigation Discovery) show recreates crimes in between the 1920s and 1970s. It is told by the viewpoint of someone living during that time period as well as those involved in the crime who survived, conducted the investigations, and others associated with it in some way. The archival footage also supplements as the criminal investigation comes to a close and you find out who is responsible for the murder. For many of us who were not living during this time, it’s a window in the past. The first three seasons can be seen on Hulu and season four and five are on Amazon video. You can also watch the episodes on the ID GO app. Long live the ability to stream.
Creator: Christine Connor
Executive Producers: Christine Connor, Lee Beckett, Christopher K. Dillon, and John Block
Directors: Ellen Greven, Jeremiah Crowell, Nicholas McCarthy, Lisa Robinson, Christopher Dillon, Tony Glazer, Ido Funk, and Tim O’Connor
Writers: Christine Connor, Elisa Greven, Chloë Boxer, Bruce Bennett, Nocholas McCarthy, Cruz Angeles, Sarah Hodgson, Alrick Brown, Annie J. Howell, Alex MacInnes, Nicole Cattell, Kathleen McLaughlin, Jeremiah Crowell, and Maria Bea Travis