Am I the only one still watching this?
It's moved up to Must-See-Or-Tape level for me.
I'm a huge 48 hours mystery fan, but this is even better. I love the way they give a voice to the victim explaining the story from the imagined viewpoint of the one who can't speak for themselves anymore. It just seems compasionate rather than analytical. You really feel the loss that the victims' survivors & friends feel.
Also, I like the way the actors sit in the blank room at the end, silently holding the pictures of the people involved. Very touching. Plus, it shows how well the show does with casting the actors to look like the characters in the story.