I Was Murdered
- 1 Season
I Was Murdered is a murder mystery show that is fiction yet based on facts and actual events. Each show features the story of a murder victim which is told by a narrator portraying the victim. Friends and family of the victim give details about the victims life, murder, and death. Investigators give viewers information about the victims murder investigation and the suspect or suspects. I Was Murdered is interesting because it is told in the first person from the victim's perspective. The victim never reveals who committed their murder, but gives viewers information and clues to figure it out for themselves. Another thing that keeps the show interesting is actually hearing comments that the victim might have made if they were still alive. The show opens with an introduction of the murder victim by a family member or friend. Throughout the show, the friends and family members of the murder victim give accounts of events that led up to the murder. The narrator portraying the victim makes comments about these events, which makes the show interesting. Friends and family also reveal how the victim was killed, the suspects, and the clues related to the case. This helps viewers figure out who the murderer was. Friends and family also give accounts of events that occurred during the investigation and after with the narrator commenting on their versions of the story. Investigators who worked on the murder case reveal events of the investigation to the viewers. Investigators give information such as, case details, suspect information, and information about the victim. All of the information revealed by the investigators helps viewers pick up clues to reveal the murderer. The narrator also comments on the revelations made by the investigators. With the help of investigators, friends, family members, and the narrator the viewer can figure out who murdered the victim. The narrator who is portraying the victim knows all along who the murderer is, although the narrator does not actually reveal that information to the viewer.