The Dramatic Re-Enactment

Friday, June 03, 2011


America's Most Wanted will end its nearly quarter-century run as a regular series this month. The crime-fighting show's creators would like to claim all the criminals they've helped catch as the show's legacy, but Slate's Chris Beam sees things differently. He tells Bob that for him, the show's importance lies in its popularization of the dramatic crime re-enactment.

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