UNSOLVED Mysteries creator has teased 'really strong' season three cases as Netflix is flooded with 5000 new tips.
The second series of the hit show dropped last month and has once again been lapped up by fans.
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The reboot was also intended to be two seasons, but with its success, it seems like bosses are working towards a third.
Creator Terry Dunn Meurer told Newsweek: "We have thought about it. We have ideas. We have some really great stories that we feel are strong stories. So, we are ready to tackle that.
"Production is starting to come back and with a lot of Covid protocol for sure.
"It takes some time for us to develop the stories and scout the story's outline, the story's people before we actually go into production."
Meanwhile, Netflix has revealed it's received over 5000 tips from viewers after they watched the first two seasons.
Referencing the original voiceover acto of the show, the series' official Twitter account wrote: “We’d like to think Robert Stack would be proud. Since the release of Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 1, over 5,000 tips have been submitted to unsolved.com.
"Together, we can help solve mysteries. #UnsolvedMysteries”.
It was confirmed most of the tips have been about the Alonzo Brooks case, which has lead the FBI to exhume his body 16 years after his death.
A number of other tips were about the Rey Rivera case, whose body was found in 2006 in the conference room of the Belvedere Hotel.
Both of these cases were in season one but it is believed hundreds of "good and significant" tips have come in for some season two cases as well.
Unsolved Mysteries is available on Netflix.
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