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Season 4 of “Unsolved Mysteries” Now On Amazon Streaming!

If you need me, I’ll be hanging out with Robert Stack.

Thanks to FilmRise, the original “Unsolved Mysteries” TV series has been hitting Amazon at a steady clip since debuting on the streaming platform earlier this year, and we’re happy to report today that Season 4 was just put up for viewing. As we’ve told you in the recent past, the show is FREE FOR AMAZON PRIME MEMBERS, all episodes included with your subscription.

Twenty five Robert Stack-hosted episodes are part of Season 4, including segments such as:

  • Bentwaters UFO
  • Man Who Never Was
  • Phantom Judge
  • Ghostly Attraction
  • Marine Captain Murder
  • Mystery Hitchhiker
  • Armored Car Killings

Creators Terry Dunn Meurer and John Cosgrove are hoping for a series DVD/Blu-ray release in the near future. But in the meantime, Amazon is the place to watch “Unsolved Mysteries”!

The series used re-enactments and interviews to retell the circumstances of, well, mysteries that are unsolved. Covering crimes, tales of lost love, unexplained history and paranormal events.



  • Ocelot006 .

    Here we go with that mighty liberal use of the word free here.

    Hey! There is this gym where it’s free to use the equipment! All you have to do is pay the monthly fee! And it’s free!

    Hey that new Louis CK special is free on Netflix! All you have to do is pay and it’s free!!!

  • Grimphantom

    If there are plans for a new DVD/Blu-Ray release i’m not gonna missed it!

  • juwan362 .

    Yessss, the original UM is back on Amazon Prime…. Greatest crime show of allllll time hahahaha!!!?

  • juwan362 .

    This show in it’s original format with Robert Stack (RIP) was an absolute classic, love that they are streaming it on Amazon Prime. That theme song along with the segments involving crime or the segments with the ghost or alien stories used to make me scared as hell when I was a kid back in the day, lol….

  • Have been loving rewatching the show with my wife. Some of the episodes that are still unsolved are eerie. I mean, we are adding nearly 30 years on to the stories. Sad, sometimes. But updates are great, loving reading some resolutions.

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