Sight Unseen and 4 other crime dramas you need to watch in April 2024

The CW brings another Canadian crime drama to our screens in April 2024. Here are five crime dramas you need to watch next month.

Sight Unseen -- Image Number: SUS_8x12 -- Pictured (L-R): Agam Darshi as Sunny Patel and Dolly Lewis as Tess Avery -- Photo Credit: The CW -- © 2024 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Sight Unseen -- Image Number: SUS_8x12 -- Pictured (L-R): Agam Darshi as Sunny Patel and Dolly Lewis as Tess Avery -- Photo Credit: The CW -- © 2024 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved. /
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Walker

If you’re looking at returning shows, there is some great news. The CW’s slate is back, and that includes Walker Season 4.

The Season 4 premiere picks up with Walker’s birthday. Geri wants to make this one a special one for him, but as we know in these shows, plans don’t quite work out. We’ll get to see Walker, James, and Trey all work together on a case. What about Cassie? Well, nobody expected her to be back yet, but here she is.

Meanwhile, Stella is stuck in limbo after everything that went down in the third season. Abby will turn to Liam to help her granddaughter.

Walker Season 4 premieres on Wednesday, April 3.

True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here

Do you prefer some true crime to get through the month? Hilarie Burton Morgan, who starred as Peyton in One Tree Hill, has brought us True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here. This docuseries is more than just shining the light on true crime in small towns. The first season focused on how it affected the communities as they were sure they were safe.

It also takes a look at just how communities can protect themselves. This can lead to serious injustice in the end.

The second season premieres this month. Each episode tells a different story of a crime. In the first episode, we find out more about a teenage girl who was murdered in her car at the side of a highway. While a stranger is convicted, the sheriff realizes that everything he was told as a deputy during the case may not have been right. Was he responsible of the conviction of an innocent man?

True Crime Story: It Couldn’t Happen Here Season 2 premieres on Thursday, April 18 on SundanceTV, Sundance Now, and AMC+.