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"Unsolved" is a new limited series that draws from the experiences of Greg Kading and Russell Poole, two former LAPD detectives who led separate investigations into the murders of iconic rappers Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. Based on Kading's book "Murder Rap: The Untold Story of the Biggie Smalls & Tupac Shakur Murder Investigations," the series juxtaposes the two investigations alongside flashbacks into the relationship between Tupac and Biggie.

Latest episodes

aired 749 days ago
The Task Force and Russell Poole chase down their final leads.
aired 756 days ago
The Task Force has a new target; Poole runs into his old partner, who has updates on the Biggie case; Voletta Wallace visits her son's hotel room the day after his death.
aired 763 days ago
The Task Force gets help from an FBI informant with a questionable past; Poole shares his work with Voletta Wallace; after being shot, Tupac clings to life in a Las Vegas hospital.
aired 770 days ago
Poole takes his theory about Biggie's murder outside of the LAPD; Kading and Dupree have a long-awaited sit down; rising tensions between Biggie and Tupac boil over at the Soul Train Awards.
aired 777 days ago
The Task Force makes progress on a suspect; Poole continues to be in conflict with Lt. Larson; Biggie and Tupac find themselves at the center of a growing rivalry between their record labels.
aired 783 days ago
Poole and Tyndall investigate a dirty cop; the Task Force receives promising results from a ballistics test; Biggie releases "Who Shot Ya," spurring Tupac to make a risky alliance.
aired 790 days ago
The Task Force tracks down a person of interest; after Poole gets put on a new case, Miller interviews Biggie's widow; Tupac faces legal trouble and goes to record at Quad Studios in New York.
aired 797 days ago
Frustrated by their lack of progress, the Task Force questions Kading's leadership; RHD investigates a bank robbery; Biggie warns Tupac about his dangerous new friends.
aired 804 days ago
Kading and Dupree brief the Biggie Smalls Task Force on the case's popular theories; Poole and Miller travel to Las Vegas to investigate a possible connection between Biggie and Tupac's murders.
aired 805 days ago
In 1997, Detective Russell Poole launches the first major investigation into the murder of The Notorious B.I.G.; ten years later, Detective Greg Kading reopens the still-unsolved case.

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