After the First 48 revisits some of the most powerful cases originally featured on the First 48 and features exclusive interviews with detectives, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and families of victims. After the First 48 takes viewers through the dramatic and emotional inside story; from the investigation, to the murder trial itself, the verdict and beyond.
Runtime: 60 minutes
After the First 48 - Produce 48 - Netflix
Produce 48 (Hangul: 프로듀스 48) is an ongoing survival reality television show on Mnet. It is a large-scale project in which the public “produces” a girl group by voting for members out of a pool of 96 trainees from South Korea and Japan, as well as voting for the group's concept, debut single, and group name. It is a collaboration between the Mnet series Produce 101 and the J-pop idol group AKB48. The winning 12 contestants, with no nationality caps, as voted only by Korean viewers, will promote as a group for two and a half years. The program itself is primarily in Korean, with all members getting instant interpretation feeds via earpieces. Produced by AKATV (the company that also produced the second season of Produce 101) for Mnet, the show premiered on June 15, 2018, and will air every Friday at 23:00 (KST) for 12 episodes. It is directed by Ahn Joon-young, who also directed the first two seasons of Produce 101.
After the First 48 - Episode 1 (June 15, 2018) - Netflix
The contestants enter the studio, where seats are arranged in a pyramid numbered from 1 to 96. Each contestant is introduced according to their company or group, with their self-predicted rankings shown on a monitor above the stage. After all 96 girls are seated, Jeon So-mi and Kang Daniel, the first place winners of the past two seasons, enter as special MC's to explain the rules of the competition. They reveal that top producers Han Sung-soo and Yasushi Akimoto will be involved in producing the debut album of the final group, which will be composed of 12 members this year instead of 11. The contestants then perform in front of the mentors for evaluation. Each individual is given a letter grade from A to F based on their overall talents, organizing them into temporary classes for training. At the end, the popularity ranking is shown with HKT48's Miyawaki Sakura taking 1st place.
After the First 48 - References - Netflix