Fans might be wondering what’s happening with the next volume of Unsolved Mysteries episodes. While it was previously stated that the Netflix series Unsolved Mysteries would return at some point this year, we haven’t heard much if any information since then. On the bright side, however, franchise co-creator Terry Meurer has confirmed that Unsolved Mysteries Volume 3 is still planned to be released later this year.
This was revealed via ComicBook, where they were able to speak with Terry Meurer about the show’s third season. Unfortunately, he couldn’t reveal any other details about Unsolved Mysteries Volume 3 other than there are “some great stories included.”
Here’s what he said in full:
“I can say that it is coming out this year. I think I can get away with that. We’re sworn to secrecy,” Meurer began. “Netflix would have my head, literally. Volume 3 will be coming out this year, and we’ve got some great stories included in that, as well.”
With that said, he did discuss the possibility of changes to the show in the future. For example, he opened up about whether or not the show would introduce a new host following the loss of original host Robert Stack. He had this to say:
“You know, that’s a Netflix call. We love [podcast host] Steve [French],” he noted. “I think that the audience has come, the podcast audience, certainly, has come to know Steve as the voice of the series. That’s not really our call. I think Netflix feels like the series is working well, and so I don’t think they would be probably entertaining the idea of a host, but we love Steve and would work with him on this, well, we are working with him on this and anything else as well. He’s just a great voice and a great fan. He’s actually a fan of the show. Very supportive.”
With that in mind, it looks like Unsolved Mysteries Volume 3 will continue with the formula established by Netflix’s other episodes. Hopefully we’ll have more news about the series in the near future. Until then, fans should know that the series is still scheduled to hit Netflix sometime this year.