Netflix Premiered “Unbelievable”; Based on the Pulitzer Prize-Winning Article, “An Unbelievable Story of Rape” Featuring Marie Adler (September 13, 2019)

Inspired by real events, a teen reports and eventually recants her reported rape, while two female detectives, states away, investigate evidence that could reveal the truth. Based on The Marshall Project & ProPublica Pulitzer Prize-winning article, “An Unbelievable Story of Rape,” written by T. Christian Miller & Ken Armstrong, “Unbelievable” is a story of unspeakable trauma, unwavering tenacity, & astounding resilience. -Netflix (July 18, 2019)

Unbelievable: Marie – A look at how doubt pervades the case of “Marie” in Netflix’s new limited series “Unbelievable.” Inspired by real events, a teen reports and eventually recants her reported rape, while two female detectives, states away, investigate evidence that could reveal the truth. -Netflix (August 22, 2019)

Cast and creators of Netflix’s Limited Series “Unbelievable” discuss the creation and importance of the series. Inspired by real events, a teen reports and eventually recants her reported rape, while two female detectives, states away, investigate evidence that could reveal the truth. -Netflix (September 9, 2019)

When teenager Marie Adler (Kaitlyn Dever) files a police report claiming she’s been sexually assaulted by an intruder in her home, the investigating detectives, as well as the people closest to her, come to doubt the truth of her story. Meanwhile, hundreds of miles away, detectives Grace Rasmussen and Karen Duvall (Toni Collette and Merritt Wever) meet while investigating an eerily similar pair of intruder rapes and partner to catch a potential serial rapist. -BUILD Series (September 9, 2019)

A new Netflix series called “Unbelievable” is taking a dramatic look at the serial rape case two female Colorado detectives solved in 2011. -Denver7: The Denver Channel (September 14, 2019)

Marie Adler’s story is truly unbelievable. First it was an article, then it was a book, and now the story is getting widespread attention on Netflix. For this list, we’re looking at all the things in Netflix’s “Unbelievable” miniseries that are absolutely true, such as Marie Adler being charged with filing a false report, Marie suing Lynwood, Rasmussen and Duvall being based on real detectives, and more. A spoiler notice for the show is definitely in order. -Ms. Mojo (September 20, 2019)

Did you know that the new Netflix show, Unbelievable, is based on real life events? Find out Marie Adler’s story and the criminal case that exposed the mishandling of rape investigations in America. -Netflix UK & Ireland (September 27, 2019)

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