4 September 2019 | therealdaniel
The Downfall of Investigation Discovery
This show is a *classic* example of how how far ID has fallen. I used to enjoy watching ID for the forensics and mystery, but this show, like all of their other current offerings, was 50% home movies that contributed _nothing_ to the story, 20% footage showing that the victims "had childhoods," "went to school," and did other normal things in life that everybody does, 25% repetitive commercials (the same ones at every break, of course), and <=5% coverage of the actual crime.
It is common for TV shows to advertise the show that you're currently watching during the breaks (why?), but they actually advertised for the *same episode that I was watching!* I'm already watching it! What are you trying to sell me?!?
This show should come with an epilepsy warning. The interrogation footage and follow-up psych interview had some HORRIBLE tracking issues, buzzing and jumping around the screen every few seconds. It was really distracting and difficult to pay attention to. It also frequently jumped back to footage that they already showed us!
Completely unwatchable, complete waste of time.