"Unbelievable" is an American true crime television series directed by Susannah Grant, Ayelet Waldman and Michael Chabon.
The starring cast includes Toni Collette as Detective Grace Rasmussen, Merritt Wever as Detective Karen Duvall, Kaitlyn Dever as Marie Adler, Eric Lange as Detective Robert Parker, Bill Fagerbakke as Detective Pruitt, Elizabeth Marvel as Judith, Bridget Everett as Colleen Doggett, Dale Dickey as RoseMarie, Danielle Macdonald as Amber Stevenson, Liza Lapira as Mia and others.

Here are "Unbelievable" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Unbelievable TV series?

Netflix on Thursday, July 18, 2019 released the trailer for "Unbelievable" you can watch here:
Unbelievable | Official Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is Unbelievable TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Unbelievable" TV series plot summary.

A dramatization of the 2008 - 2011 Washington and Colorado serial rape cases, Unbelievable follows "Marie (Kaitlyn Dever), a teenager who was charged with lying about having been raped, and the two detectives who followed a twisting path to arrive at the truth". The program draws from "An Unbelievable Story of Rape" (2015), a Pulitzer Prize-winning article by T. Christian Miller and Ken Armstrong for ProPublica and The Marshall Project. It also draws from the related book A False Report (2018), by the same authors.


Who plays who in the Unbelievable TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Unbelievable" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Toni Collette  as Detective Grace Rasmussen
Merritt Wever  as Detective Karen Duvall
Kaitlyn Dever  as Marie Adler a survivor of sexual assault
Eric Lange  as Detective Robert Parker
Bill Fagerbakke  as Detective Pruitt
Elizabeth Marvel  as Judith Marie's most recent foster mom
Bridget Everett  as Colleen Doggett one of Marie's former foster moms
Dale Dickey  as RoseMarie a veteran detective at the Westminster Police Department
Danielle Macdonald  as Amber Stevenson
Liza Lapira  as Mia a police surveillance expert
Omar Maskati  as Elias RoseMarie's data analyst intern at the Westminster Police Department
Austin Hรฉbert  as Max Duvall Karen's husband
Kai Lennox  as Steve Rasmussen
Blake Ellis  as Chris McCarthy the serial rapist behind the attacks; inspired by Marc Patrick O'Leary
Patricia Fa'asua  as Becca a counselor at the Oakdale Apartments for at-risk youth
Aaron Staton  as Curtis McCarthy Chris's brother and a suspect; inspired by Michael O'Leary
Charlie McDermott  as Ty a counselor at the Oakdale Apartments for at-risk youth
Brent Sexton  as Al Colleen's husband and Marie's former foster father
Annaleigh Ashford  as Lilly a victim of sexual assault
Scott Lawrence  as Special Agent Billy Taggart
Shane Paul McGhie  as Connor Marie's ex-boyfriend
Brooke Smith  as Dara Kaplan Marie's therapist
Nick Searcy  as Detective Harkness
John Billingsley  as Judge Brent Gordon
Vanessa Bell Calloway  as Sarah a victim of sexual assault
Valery Altamar  as Valery
Connor Tillman  as Officer Nick Selig
Max Arciniega  as Jason Alvarez
Jun Hee Lee  as Officer Geoffrey Morris
Allius Barnes  as Remy
Treisa Gary  as Evelyn
Tim Martin Gleason  as Bennett
Alison Jaye  as Nicole
John Hartmann  as Donald Hughes
Dejon LaQuake  as Ryan
Jamila Allen  as Jolene
Tate Ellington  as Stephen Graham
Tess Aubert  as Maddie
Jayne Taini  as Doris Laird
Gatsby Coram  as Sergeant Ditwell
Elena Campbell-Martinez  as Judge Audrey Costas
Aubrey Fuller  as Rosie
Omar Ghonim  as FBI Tech
Kya Kruse  as Nadia
Sally Shamrell  as Reporter
Aiden Randall  as Ricardo
Olivia Scott Welch  as Amelia
Hendrix Yancey  as Daisy
Arthur-Angelo Sarinas  as Sheriff's Deputy
Tom Amandes  as Bruce Bronstein
Jon Beavers  as Officer Curran
Alyson Reed  as Mrs. Darrow
Joe Alvarez  as CSI Tech
Michael Contrastano  as Second Investigator
Rebecca Field  as Ms. Bell
Matisha Baldwin  as Detective Nunez
Steven Briggs  as Rowey
Andrew Jacobs  as Arturo Bolinas
Christopher Benitez  as Detective Leonard
Jack Coghlan  as Miles
Dale Godboldo  as Kansas Detective
Graham Hamilton  as James Massey
Phil Biedron  as Cop #2
Rif Hutton  as Sergeant Rheinhart
Tommy O'Brien  as Scott Parrish
Lana Danielyan  as Cop #3
Aaron Ikeda  as Barlow
Melissa Jo Bailey  as DMV Lady
Sergio Enrique  as CSI 2
Rob Welsh  as Nathan
Nicole J. Butler  as WM PD 1st Floor Clerk
Jennipher Foster  as Neighbor 2
Jessica Jones  as BB&B Salesperson
Trevor Black  as Pastor
Christopher Chen  as DMV Tester
Eva Simone Fisher  as Tori
Mara Casey  as Trish
Devin Crittenden  as Wasted Preppy Guy
Floyd Foster Jr.  as Elderly Man
David Futernick  as Tom Diefenbach
Dominic Goodman  as Frat Bro 3
Karl Herlinger  as Jail CSI Tech
Darin Cooper  as Creepy Diner Guy
Ashwin Gore  as Eric
Rati Gupta  as Sally Green
Keitrell Hamilton  as DMV Passerby
Scott Manuel Johnson  as Cop #1
Kelly Marcus  as Officer at Oakdale
Trevor Lee Georgeson  as Tommy
Joe Hubbard  as Ben Bosco
Kimberly Ables Jindra  as Pawn Shop Owner #1
Larry Maurice Mitchell  as Cop #4
Deborah Puette  as Rose
Sam Walt Jones  as Frat Bro #2
Charles Maceo  as Cop WM Police
Mary Ellen Moreno  as Spiffy Young Woman
Julia Griswold  as Coed
Laurie Perez  as Reporter (Kirkland)
Juniper Rae  as 2nd Floor Clerk
Michael Shen  as Investigator
Jade Ramirez Warner  as Patrice
Rueben Grundy  as Sergeant Zellner
Ed Larson  as Neighbor 3
Mike McColl  as Detective Baskerville
Grace Rowe  as Diondra Lee
Meghan Lennox  as Sexual Assault Support Team Member
Gabriel Sousa  as Frat Bro #1
Nancy Wetzel  as Discharge Nurse
Eric Henry  as Cashier
Aisha Lomax  as Lola Hawkins
Jay Seals  as Detective Wilson
Kate Wharton  as Laurie Gertner
Victoria Kelleher  as Soccer Mom
Virginia Louise Smith  as Amanda (Rowey's Mom)
Christopher Wolfe  as Newscaster (Kirkland)
Jenny Steadman  as Shopper
Bree Webber  as Delia
Jeff Marchelletta  as WM Police Chief
Ashton Moio  as Wasted Trust Fund Guy
Veronica St. Clair  as Girlfriend
Fay Wolf  as Receptionist
Eva Fisher  as Tori Lawerence
Erin Flannery  as Bar Waitress
Mike Hernandez  as Eddie Ramirez


What are Unbelievable filming details?

"Unbelievable" series are produced by Katie Couric Media, Escapist Fare, Timberman/Beverly Productions, Sage Lane Productions and CBS Television Studios.

The average duration of each episode is 43 - 58 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Unbelievable TV series?

"Unbelievable" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 98/100.

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