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Not every case is a crime. During the opening credits and after the title display of the show, the titles of the episodes appeared and they were each displayed distinctively. But I think everybody is open ended on what happens after this. However, some hour-long specials have been produced. For the first time in a while, we're truly excited to see more.
In some cases, the investigation reveals that the suspects are innocent, and that the death was an accident or a suicide. The crimes and parts of the investigation are re-enacted with actors in dramatic recreations. Scientists and forensic experts in many fields are interviewed. The book recaps and expounds on some episodes, explains how the show is produced, and details why some proposed episodes were turned down. Certainly, we didn't bring it back with the idea of ending it.
No footage from actual episodes is used and everything displayed is made exclusively for the opening. All that's missing is Robert Stack. Overseas, the show airs under these two titles, and others, on various channels in over countries. The titles of the episodes are quickly scanned underneath the title displays. Video footage of the lab tests is shot in a modernistic film noir style, in dark, moodily lit settings with odd, glowing colors.
During the original run of the show as Medical Detectives, eerie vocal music was matched with the recreations in order to create a frightening atmosphere. This theme was later tacked on to a number of episodes of the first six seasons during their reruns. Sometimes, another case is mentioned which is similar to the one being aired. Every half-hour episode follows one case from its initial investigation until the suspect s conviction, acquittal, or some other legal resolution. This opening was later used for the Medical Detectives episodes, removing their original openings and distinctive title displays.
Several shows have profiled people who have been jailed for or convicted of a crime, and who were ultimately exonerated by forensic evidence.