The Disappearance of Madeline McCann
The true-crime docuseries The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann chronicles the kidnapping of the three-year-old on vacation with her family in Portugal a mere 100 yards from where her parents were having dinner. The instantly engrossing affair has 10 enthralling entries, each running about forty-three to sixty-five minutes in length.
The series thoroughly examines the evidence surrounding the young girl’s abduction and provides several theories as to what could have possibly gone down on that terrible night. But, unfortunately, the aftermath of accusations and media coverage only resulted in misinformation and lawsuits while the child remained missing.
The McCann family is featured heavily throughout the series but only through archive footage as they did not participate in the Netflix show. However, interviews from people involved in the investigation and people with knowledge regarding the vile world of child trafficking are on hand. They offer vital insight into the matter, adding to the engaging experience.
The Disappearance of Madeline McCann is a shocking and eye-opening look at how horrendous losing a beloved child can be and brings to light the very real problem surrounding nefarious people and organizations that facilitate the kidnapping of young children all around the world. The Netflix true-crime docuseries is essential viewing that should not be slept on by subscribers.