On July 3, 2015, psychiatrist and local celebrity Dr. John Parker was found dead in his Mashpee, MA office. His death was ruled an apparent suicide, but his son-in-law, Dan Zappulla, doesn't buy it.
Dan thinks he was murdered, and he's out to prove it.
Join us on this journey through Cape Cod as we search for the ultimate truth behind The Death of Dr. John Parker.
S2, Episode 7: Reality (Finale)
In our final episode, perception becomes reality.
Before the Finale: A Message from Dan
We have a lot of people to thank for making this show a success, especially you.
S2, Episode 6: The Rise to Grace
The sixth episode of seven, and show's penultimate installment.
S2, Episode 5: All Roads
The fifth episode of seven.
Q&A with Dan
Dan answers fan questions in a special mid-season bonus episode!
S2, Episode 4: Maddie's Son
The fourth episode of seven.
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Season 2 Disappointment
I would have given this five stars if there was just one season. Unfortunately, I had to downgrade it to three. The second season began with some hope as we are introduced into a new investigation of two people’s’ deaths. As the season continues, it gets confusing trying to understand Dr. John’s current state and the story that is being told about the past. Then I get to the season finale and based on what is said in the extra episode, it was supposed to be great. Without giving anything away, I will say that the finale was very disappointing. If you were thinking that there would be answers, there are none. And even more sad, we are told that there may never be another season. I hope that there is a Season 3 to tie together all the loose ends. Otherwise the series as a whole ended up being a complete disappointment!
Is the fact that every male character on the show is self-righteous chauvinistic garbage supposed to be part of the gag, or something? The main character/narrator violates his wife’s consent twice in the first five minutes and later badgers her into “cooperating” and calls it a win, and then he spends a ton of time being judgmental about another character’s cheating before frivolously and incorrectly accusing a random old lady of adultery. I tapped out when he suspiciously talked down to a housekeeper for no reason. Terrible dialogue and robotic voice acting I can handle; this is just cringe.
Psychiatrists are not psychologists.