I, Detective

I, Detective

About the show

Don't just watch the case being solved...solve it yourself! Answer the same questions that forensic specialists ask while solving a crime and compare your answers with those from real investigators. Are you smarter than they are? 

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Upcoming episodes

Oct 24th
100a

Uninvited Guest

A woman's body is found in her backyard. Criminalists are able to prove that she was killed in her bedroom and then moved, suggesting the killer had a personal relationship with the victim. When detectives turn their attention to the immediate family they think they've found their man - but will they get to him in time to prevent other senseless crimes?
Oct 24th
130a

Fatal Fortune

A popular young man from an affluent family is shot and killed in his driveway. Police talk to friends, business rivals of the victim's father and an ex-girlfriend - but no one can shed any light on who could have committed this crime. The investigation would ultimately rest on the word of a fortune teller and two wiretap conversations.
Oct 24th
200a

Target Unknown

Two nurses are shot as they returned from lunch in a hospital parking lot. At first, investigators thought it was a sniper shooting until the husband of one of the victims reports he too had been shot. Detectives must now determine if the killer has a vendetta against this family.
Oct 24th
230a

Customer Service

In broad daylight, a clerk is killed at a suburban video store. When detectives examine the scene, they find evidence of a robbery. The only problem? The surveillance video tape is missing. Investigators would need to rely on a coffee filter, cash register, and recent customers to solve the crime.
Oct 31st
100a

Key Evidence

Police rush to the scene of a jewelry store holdup. The robbers got away leaving one of the owners shot dead. One suspect was found hiding in brush in an open field but he, too, was shot and barely alive. Detectives only had a motel key, telephone records and calls to a local dentist to try to crack the case.
Oct 31st
130a

Covered Tracks (wt)

A woman returns home to her million-dollar mansion in a Cleveland suburb to find an unfamiliar truck blocking her driveway. Officers arrive in minutes and search for signs of a break-in. But they’re unprepared for what they find in the backyard – the body of 34 year-old Robert Cutler Jr. lying face down in the snow. The entire scene puzzles police. The homeowners had never met Robert and had no idea why he would be in their yard. But a closer look at Robert changes everything. This was no accident.
Oct 31st
200a

Only Witness

Police cruising the streets of downtown Pittsburgh receive an emergency call. A man's been shot on the street. Officers race to the scene to find Neil Rosenblum lying on the curb. He's dressed in Hassidic garb. And he's still alive. An officer asks who shot him, and why. Neil describes a dark Corvette that slowed down while passing him on the street. Shots rang out from the passenger side. But Neil can't -- or won't -- identify the killer. Moments later, he dies. Neil was a Rabbinical student from Toronto, married with a baby daughter. He was in town visiting family, and was shot while walking to evening prayers. He wasn't robbed. It appears there's nothing to be gained from this crime. Or is there?
Oct 31st
230a

Poisonous Business

A heiress frantically calls 911, someone has broken into her home. Soon after, she finds her millionaire husband lying dead on the floor. With several suspects and no leads, detectives are stumped. But when they learn that she had another lover, they know they need to take a closer look at this too-merry widow.
Nov 7th
100a

Stranger on Campus

Two college students are shot dead in their apartment. Detectives soon learn that one of the college coeds was being stalked but the stalker has disappeared. Then a series of burglaries at off campus apartments turn the investigation around.
Nov 7th
130a

Family Ties

When two construction workers are found dead in their motel room, police suspect a mob hit. But when investigators discover one of the widows isn’t exactly in mourning, a new cast of suspects emerges.