You're the Criminal centers around crime solving and investigation. A 7-member cast will head to unique locations in South-Korea to solve mysteries.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 60 minutes
You're the Criminal - One strike, you're out - Netflix
One strike, you're out is a colloquial term for a policy which allows tenants living in housing projects or otherwise receiving housing assistance from the federal government to be evicted if they, or any guest or visitor under their more-or-less direct control, engage in certain types of criminal activity on or, in some cases, even off the premises of said housing. This term is used because housing authorities do not have to offer a second chance. The term is apparently a back-formation of the “three strikes, you're out” concept embodied in the mandatory sentencing laws for repeat criminal offenders that began to be enacted in various American states in the 1990s.
You're the Criminal - Other applications - Netflix
Since the passage of the public-housing law that forms the basis for this article, the term “One strike, you're out” has also acquired other popular applications, including the idea that the Roman Catholic Church should defrock priests upon the first sustained allegation of child molestation, and also to denote a proposed law in Washington that would mandate a life prison sentence for anyone convicted of any of several sexually motivated crimes against children; known as Initiative 861, it failed to gather enough signatures to qualify for the ballot in 2004.
You're the Criminal - References - Netflix