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? 


Upcoming episodes

Aug 21st

Cradle Will Rock

An affluent man and woman are found dead in their bedroom. In the next room, police discover their 8-month old infant son alive in his crib. The couple had recently adopted the little boy. Suspicion immediately focuses on the baby’s biological mother, who had been questioning her decision to give him up. But it turns out she has a strong alibi. Police start to see how a little white lie led to murder.
Aug 22nd

Behind Mansion Walls

Security guards in a gated community respond to a house alarm. A wealthy woman is found dead inside and police immediately know it’s no ordinary murder. She’s the widow of a well-known cattle baron and it looks like someone has broken into her estate. But upon further inspection of the crime scene, police determine the killer had inside information and knew the victim. Suspicion turns to family members and a mysterious reporter.
Aug 23rd


When police report to a murder scene at a lush two-acre estate, they immediately draw parallels to another unsolved murder. Investigators are confident one suspect has committed both crimes. They begin to dig deep into each victim's life in the hope of finding some connection between the two. Their search would lead them through the worlds of high society, financial disputes and espionage fantasies.
Aug 24th

Family Affair, A

A married couple is found dead in their home in what looks like a bungled burglary. The back gate which neighbors claim was always kept closed is wide open. Police suspect the victims knew their attacker. Attention is turned toward the immediate family, including three children and a son-in-law. Police run down leads to prove that murder has become a family affair.
Aug 25th

Secret Games

Construction site manager John David Johnston is found dead in his office. When authorities learn his ex-wife was the benefactor of a $500,000 insurance policy, they are certain she is responsible. But they’ve only solved part of the puzzle. She was working with a mysterious partner in crime – and an even more mysterious deep-voiced professional killer.
Aug 27th

Blood Brothers

Police arrive at a murder scene and encounter the victim's frantic ex-boyfriend. He claims she called him, and then the line went dead. Through the course of the investigation, police find many suspects, but all are eventually cleared and the case goes cold. Four years later police get a break - armed with new DNA evidence, they are able to make a match to one of the former suspects. But their investigation is not nearly over. The man has an identical twin, meaning they share the same DNA. Will police be able to expose one of the men as a killer?
Aug 27th

After Hours

Mia Zapata, the lead singer for an up-and-coming Seattle band, is found dead on the street at 3:00 am. Detectives begin retracing her steps that night and assemble a timeline of events. If they can determine who she was with from 2:00 am – 3:00 am, they will have found her killer. The theories surrounding her death are eclectic; she was killed by a rival band, she was stalked by a rabid fan, a Satanic Cult was involved, or perhaps it’s the work of a still at large Seattle serial killer. It would take investigators 10 years to figure out just what had happened.
Aug 28th

Deadly Pledge

Firemen are called to a fire in a desolate state park and soon find a young male’s body. His pockets are turned inside out and empty. There is no identification, but a mysterious burned letter “S” found in the ashes leads investigators to local Shippensburg University. Police quickly find themselves unraveling a drug ring, infiltrating an on-campus fraternity and pitting student against student.
Aug 29th

Chance Encounter

A rookie cop finds an abandoned vehicle and makes a shocking discovery in the trunk – a woman’s body. Police interrogate the woman’s ex-husband, with whom she had a rocky relationship, but he has an alibi. Investigators find themselves with no leads. But then, using a high tech fingerprint gathering technique called Superglue fuming, pieces of the puzzle begin to come together.
Aug 30th

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?