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.

After the First 48 - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2008-10-07

After the First 48 - BNK48 - Netflix

BNK48 (read B.N.K. Forty-eight) is a Thai idol group and the third international sister group of Japan's AKB48, after Indonesia's JKT48 and China's SNH48. After the first audition in mid-2016, the first generation of the group was announced in early 2017, comprising a total of 30 members. The group officially debuted on 2 June 2017 and released the debut single, “Yak Cha Dai Phop Thoe”, on 8 August 2017. Its second single, “Khukki Siangthai”, released on 20 December 2017, was a great success. As of 29 April 2018, the group has 53 members. The group is named after Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand, where its theatre, BNK48 the Campus, is located. Orchid, a flower popular in the country, serves as both the colour and motif of the group.

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The group has its own digital studio, colloquially known as “Fish Tank” (Thai: ตู้ปลา), at The EmQuartier, where its members periodically make a live appearance on Facebook and YouTube holding discussions on various topics. Each member of the group also appears live through the broadcasting application VOOV every night. In mid 2017, the group held roadshows every weekend at The Mall Group shopping malls. To support its debut single, the group held its first handshake event in Bangkok on 27 August 2017. The event attracted almost 4,000 fans. The second handshake event took place on 18 November 2017 in Bangkok and drew almost 5,000 fans. Also, the group has launched its own television shows, such as BNK48 Senpai, a 13-episode-long documentary aired every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, from 1 March 2017, and BNK48 Show, a 26-episode-long variety show aired every Sunday from 9 July 2017, both broadcast by Channel 3.

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