ABC has just four episodes planned for The Fatal Flaw TV show. But, if the ratings are good enough, it would certainly be possible to find new cases and make additional episodes. Will The Fatal Flaw be cancelled or renewed for season two? Stay tuned.
A true-crime series, The Fatal Flaw TV show explores deadly criminal acts via unique perspectives. Contributors include legal analyst Ryan Smith, ABC News contributor Elizabeth Vargas, and former prosecutor Matt Murphy. In the series, miniature dollhouses of crime scenes are used to take viewers through chilling homicides and the tiny clues at the crime scenes that helped investigators identify the killers. In each installment, firsthand accounts from authorities and journalists illuminate the disturbing events as they describe the twists and turns of the investigation and the breakthrough moments that led investigators and police to the killer’s doorstep. Episodes reveal the mistakes that stopped each killer from getting away.
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What do you think? Do you like the The Fatal Flaw TV series on ABC? Should it be cancelled or renewed for a second season?