TV show review – The Inbestigators
Need a crime solved? Go to THE INBESTIGATORS! The Inbestigators, are a group of Australian, 5th graders, who are eager to help people, solve their crimes. The group consists of the tech-savvy Ezra Banks, sporty Kyle Klimson, friendly party-planner Ava Rose Andrikides, and clever Maudie Miller. The genre is mystery. The show is available on Netflix. The show doesn’t include animations. The Inbestigators tell what happened in each case, while including footage of the crime. In my opinion, The Inbestigators is a very addictive TV show. In this review of the show, I will talk about how each case is presented by the Inbestigators and how they solve it.
Every episode of Inbestigators are two crime cases to be solved. Each case is presented by one or more Inbestigators. Usually, a client comes to them with a problem or an accusation and the Inbestigators, solve the case. The process that they follow to solve a case is, go to the scene of the crime, question any witnesses and then they brainstorm on the case. Maudie is a girl version of Sherlock Holmes. Her train of thought is faster than the speed of light. Before the others react, she solves the case. She has a small physique but a very big brain!
An example is from episode 1, “The case of the curious new girl”. In this first episode, Ezra, reports the case. The case was about how Ava’s cupcake sale money was stolen. Ezra tells the bits and pieces of the events that happened around the cupcake sale. Ezra, Kyle, Ava and Maudie, collected all the clues and questioned witnesses. Finally, as a team, they solved the case.
This show is good. I recommend this show to those who like mystery and child friendly shows. This suits age group 9 to 14 years. This is one of the best mystery and comedy shows on Netflix for kids. NOW STOP READING THIS AND GO WATCH IT!
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