28 July 2019 | tresm87
A standard and cliche show about the unexplained made watchable by Shatner's narration, crisp camerawork, and solid production value.
We've seen about 30 of these same shows before about unexplained phenomena, but many are very cheesy with subpar presentation and production value. History channel manages to create a decently captivating yet cliche show that rises above most unexplained type shows due to excellent production execution. The narration by Shatner is a comforting aspect and is the foundation of the show. The subject matter is interesting enough and elevated by expert photography and well selected atmospheric settings. With 2 episodes so far I want to see what else they focus this season which is something I can't say about 90% of paranormal unexplained shows. It's all about the presentation.