See No Evil

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  • 2015
  • 8 Seasons
  • 7.2  (1,347)

The hook of this true-crime series is that it focuses on crimes in which the only eye witnesses are surveillance cameras. Each episode reconstructs a crime and follows the investigation and ultimate solution to the crime based on the surveillance footage. The series airs on the Discovery cable network, and it is part of the Investigation Discovery stable of true-crime docuseries.

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The Cookie Lady
10. The Cookie Lady
January 12, 2022
After a frantic welfare call, police find 79-year-old Avanell Cowgill murdered in her home. With no clues except for a trail of strange credit card transactions, investigators hope surveillance video will give them what they need to unmask a killer.
The White Cellphone
9. The White Cellphone
January 5, 2022
In 2014, graduate student Tequila Suter is stabbed to death in her suburban Buffalo home. Without any obvious leads, investigators' only hope of solving the case is to piece together a trail of CCTV across town and follow in the footsteps of a killer.
Silent Screams
8. Silent Screams
December 29, 2021
In 2013, Kira Steger goes missing after a date night with her husband at the Mall of America. After a shocking discovery in a parking lot, investigators fear foul play. They turn to mall security footage in the hopes of solving this mysterious case.
I Loved my Daughter
7. I Loved my Daughter
December 22, 2021
In March 2014, the bodies of two women lie behind a grocery store in Galveston, Texas. With few clues to go on, the homicide investigation gets off to a slow start. A trail of surveillance footage could possibly reveal who killed the women and why.
The Three of Us
6. The Three of Us
December 15, 2021
A 2013 Hawaiian getaway turns into a nightmare when 28-year-old Ivanice Harris vanishes into thin air. Detectives trace her movements to a Waikiki hotel, covered in surveillance cameras. Now they piece the video clues together, trying to find the woman.
Cruel Love
5. Cruel Love
December 8, 2021
In Kentucky, 13-year-old David Oakley comes home to find his stepmother murdered and his 15-year-old sister Jenna missing. Fearing for the girl's safety, police race to piece together a killer's video trail, only to uncover a brutal plot.
Hustle Mart Murders
4. Hustle Mart Murders
December 1, 2021
In April 2012, in Farmville, North Carolina, three family members working at a convenience store fall victim to the most cold-blooded crime the town has ever seen. Detectives aim to pick up the killers' video trail and put an end to their bloody spree.
He's Dead, That's How I Feel
3. He's Dead, That's How I Feel
November 24, 2021
In Fontana, California, a bizarre traffic accident takes the life of 18-year-old Cristian Dominguez Aguilar. With the driver vanished into thin air, police turn to surveillance video for answers, but the deeper they go, the more sinister things get.
The Rent Check
2. The Rent Check
November 17, 2021
In May of 2013, 36-year-old Army veteran Maribel Ramos disappears from her Orange, California, apartment without a trace. Suspecting foul play, investigators devise a unique surveillance strategy to track her down and uncover some disturbing evidence.
Seeing Red
1. Seeing Red
November 10, 2021
A college freshman's shopping trip ends in a tragic shooting.
Description

The hook of this true-crime series is that it focuses on crimes in which the only eye witnesses are surveillance cameras. Each episode reconstructs a crime and follows the investigation and ultimate solution to the crime based on the surveillance footage. The series airs on the Discovery cable network, and it is part of the Investigation Discovery stable of true-crime docuseries.

See No Evil is a series that is currently running and has 8 seasons (105 episodes). The series first aired on February 17, 2015.

Where to Watch See No Evil

See No Evil is available for streaming on the Investigation Discovery website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch See No Evil on demand at Amazon Prime and Philo and Amazon and Hulu and Vudu and FuboTV and Microsoft Movies & TV and Google Play and Apple TV and Investigation Discovery and.

  • Premiere Date
    February 17, 2015
  • IMDB Rating
    7.2  (1,347)