Since the beginning of television, there have been crime shows. There’s something unique about them that attracts public attention all over the world. Maybe it is the action scenes, or the three-dimensional characters, or the twists and turns. Crime shows are often about serial killers or drug traffickers, but all are different in style and theme—some lean more to drama, others to comedy, and even to romance. Regarding the line of demarcation, there is considerable variation in what can be described as a crime drama.
Looking at how these TV series are made, there are a lot of commonalities between all of them. There is certainly an intention to commit a crime, or there is already an abominable offense. We watched more often than not, tv shows where the characters didn’t know whether a crime was committed. Late, we saw a growing demand for (crime) dramas focused on real stories or real crimes.
Shawn Seet and Jennifer Lacey directed the upcoming crime drama Reckoning on Netflix. Katrina Cabrera Ortega and David Hubbard wrote it.
Reckoning season 1 will be releasing exclusively on Netflix on May 1, 2020.
The cast of Reckoning season 1 will include:
- Milly Alcock
- Paula Arundell as Sheriff Waller
- Sean Barker as Edgar Harris
- Nic English as Brad
- Gloria Garayua
- Diana Glenn
- Laura Gordon
- Simone Kessell
- Finn Little as Jake Serrato
- Di Smith as Dotty
- Sana’a Shaik as Lacey Diaz
- John Batchelor as Detective Purcell
When a reputable serial killer who has been sleeping for years is said to have murdered again, two men closely connected to this case are in a dangerous collision course, which threatens both their families.
Homicide detective Mike Serrato (Aden Young) and high-school counselor Leo Doyle (Sam Trammell) are trying to do the utmost in terms of loving people and defending the families. Still, the murder of a local teenager throws them amid the mutual devastation that will emanate from every side of their quiet suburban neighborhood.