'The Inbestigators': Young detectives make for fun binge-watch


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Children attempting amateur detecting in their neighbourhood is nothing new. But it’s a concept that remains fun.

The genre is perhaps most popular in literature, especially Enid Blyton’s classic works The Famous Five, The Secret Seven and The Five Find-Outers And Dog. These three volumes revolve around a group of friends who come together and somehow stumble upon a mystery, with every book.

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'The Inbestigators' gets you binge-watching in a fun way.

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