Manhunt also spends a good amount of time showing the way office politics and the disbursement of police resources played a part in the investigation, with every decision made by Sutton coming under intense scrutiny from all sides.
We also get a glimpse of the detective’s home life, but it is the details of the case that provide the real interest here. With true crime more popular than ever, Manhunt should find a healthy audience.(Starts Tue., Mar. 19 at 9pm; Seven) 3.5 stars
Gavin ScottA pop culture enthusiast from a young age, Gavin is equally passionate about great pop music (’80s synthpop, ’10s dream pop), gripping TV series (Friday Night Lights, The Handmaid’s Tale) and trips to the cinema (I love a blockbuster as much as anyone, but I’m done with the superhero thing).