This series fooled me completely. Since it came from the people that are behind the "Cold Justice" show. This show is structured in much the same way as its sister show, "Cold Justice". But in "Cold Justice" the two female hosts have different backgrounds. In "Cold Justice", we have a former prosecutor and a former crime-scene investigator. While this shows hosts are both former prosecutors that specialized in rapes. Where this show goes wrong is. Every show is basically the same. The show opens with the former prosecutors meeting the cops at the next city they've decided to help. After that the routine starts. While every week has a different victim/victims. The investigations are all the same. Every week. The show consists of about 45 minutes of people associated with the case being questioned (and crying - a lot). Then the investigators call the DNA lab and get the results to see if they have a case. If they do get a match. Everybody applauds and cries. If the results are negative everybody is sad. Either way they then move to where they talk to the victim/victims. And that is always another opportunity for the hosts, the cops, and the victims to cry again. I have all the sympathy in the world for these victims. But I don't think this is good television. "Cold Justice" is a great show because the crimes all have differences. And the investigations have a lot of variations. And that's what makes a show like this interesting. With this show. They managed to make a crime investigation show tedious.