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Audiences relish a chance to solve TV murder puzzle | Updated: 2024-02-27 14:57
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Shen Yifei (first from right), an associate professor in sociology from Fudan University, analyzes the characters in the first case presented by the program. [Photo provided to China Daily]

The recently launched ninth season of the hit online variety program, Who's the Murderer, on Mango TV is captivating audiences with its distinctive blend of live-action role-play and solving crimes of murder.

The show features a star-studded cast of celebrities assuming the roles of detectives, navigating through meticulously constructed crime scenes to piece together clues and identify the elusive murderer.

In addition, judges Guo Hui and Duan Huang from the Supreme People's Court, along with Shen Yifei, an associate professor in sociology from Fudan University, bring their expertise to the table. Their contributions involve a balanced analysis of the complex cases presented on the program, incorporating both legal and logical perspectives.

Celebrities (from left) Wei Daxun, He Jiong, Zhang Wei, Yang Rong, Zhang Ruoyun and Wei Chen star in the ninth season of the hit online variety program Who's the Murderer. [Photo provided to China Daily]

The experts aim to clarify legal provisions and consequences, presenting the information in a comprehensible and accessible manner for the audience.

This season stands out for its insightful discussions led by the expert panel. They delve into the underlying causes of each case, exploring the societal issues reflected in the murder mysteries. The interdisciplinary discussions cover a range of topics, including telecommunication fraud, kidnapping and human trafficking, providing viewers with a glimpse into the realities of these pressing issues. The presentation also includes valuable anti-fraud reminders and countermeasures, contributing to the show's educational value.

The program's dedication to legal education transcends the confines of the screen through collaborative initiatives with seven esteemed universities, such as Peking University, Renmin University of China and Wuhan University. This initiative takes the form of the "Legal Education Classroom" activity, inviting online viewers to share their perplexities and engage in discussions regarding legal knowledge. This participatory approach encourages a collective effort in fostering a deeper understanding of legal concepts among the audience.

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