Q: I'm having trouble finding the show on Amazon Prime. How do I find it?
A: If you are trying to watch on your phone or your computer, try this link (http://tinyurl.com/gr6bc2d)for the Robert Stack episodes and this link for the Dennis Farina episodes (http://amzn.to/2k0EUAP).
Q: I can't find the show on Roku or Xbox ... help!
A: Please go to your Amazon Prime account using your computer or your phone, and add the show to your watchlist. Then please check back on Roku or Xbox and the show should be there in your list. You can also try searching for Unsolved Mysteries Robert Stack or Unsolved Mysteries Dennis Farina.
Q: When will more seasons be available?
A: More seasons will be added throughout 2017. Please keep checking back to read the latest news and releases.
Q: How do I get Amazon Prime?
A: You can sign up for a free trial here.
Q: When will the show be available in other countries?
A: We are working with FilmRise and Amazon to have the series be available in more countries. Please keep checking back as we work on this issue.
Q: Will the show be available on Netflix and Hulu?
A: We are very hopeful that Netflix and Hulu will want the series in addition to Amazon Prime. Please keep checking back at unsolved.com to see the latest developments.
Q: Where can I watch episodes of Unsolved Mysteries on TV?
A: Previously broadcast episodes of Unsolved Mysteries are currently airing on Escape. Please check their websites for scheduled times. http://www.escapetv.com/tv-schedule/
Q: I have a mystery. Can I submit it?
A: Yes. You can submit your story for the “My Mystery” section on this website. Just fill out this form. We can’t use all the stories that are submitted but we keep all the stories in a database that we will use if we go back into production.
Q: What is “My Mystery”?
A: Each week on our website we will profile a story sent to us by a viewer. If your story is chosen, we will contact you directly and make arrangements to produce a short video that will be uploaded to the website.
Q: How do I send you a tip or what do I do if I’ve seen someone you’re looking for?
A: If you have a tip about a story, please fill out this form or contact your local authorities.
Q: Why aren’t you producing new episodes of Unsolved Mysteries?
A: A network must be willing to put Unsolved Mysteries on its schedule. We continue to hope that a network will see the value in producing more programs.
Q: How can I help get new Unsolved Mysteries programs back on the air?
A: Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Q: Why can’t I find Unsolved Mysteries on YouTube?
A: Due to guild restrictions in place when the show was created, we cannot allow segments to run on YouTube.
Q: How can I get a copy of an Unsolved Mysteries program?
A: Unfortunately there are no copies currently available, however you may find copies of our DVD sets on Ebay or Amazon.