The Netflix series Inside Man follows an American death row inmate who uses his impressive forensic acumen and inductive skills to find a missing British woman.
In “Inside the Man” we meet two fascinating characters. On the one hand, there is the pastor who cares about doing the right thing. He loves his family and would give his life to protect them. On the other side – a criminologist who killed his wife. He believes that every person has the ability to commit murder if given the opportunity.
Inside Man Season 1 Synopsis:
Reporter Beth Davenport is molested by a boy on the subway. Another woman named Janice Fife comes to her aid, who manages to intimidate the bully by telling her that she is broadcasting the situation live on Facebook. Betty thanks Janice and wants to talk to her and ask her out for coffee. But Janice refuses.
Nevertheless, after this incident, Beth and Janice see each other occasionally. Janice is tutor and tutor to local vicar Harry Watling’s son Ben. For Harry, part of his job as a minister is to help those in need.
So he agrees to hide the USB stick he receives from his student Edgar. Edgar says he doesn’t want his mother to know the contents of the stick. His mother tends to abuse him and he has some mental health issues.
Janice wants to copy some study material for Ben to a USB stick and asks him to provide her with a USB stick. She is shocked when Ben hands her his father Harry’s USB stick. The USB stick contains material of an indecent sexual nature that depicts minors under the age of 18.
At the same time, Harry enters the room and demands that his son take away Janice’s USB stick. Ben can guess that something is wrong with the USB stick and pretends that the stick is his. This is how he wants to protect his father.
Janice wants to talk to Harry alone. Harry says the flash drive belongs to Edgar, but Janice doesn’t believe him, thinking he’s just trying to protect his son. She wants to bring the USB stick to the police.
Harry’s attempts to convince Janice are futile. Harry doesn’t know what else to do and doesn’t want to let Jace go. When Janice starts screaming, he pushes her into the basement. Mary comes to him and tells him that he made a mistake. There is no going back.
Despite being sentenced to death for the brutal murder of his wife, Jefferson Grieff receives special treatment in prison. Jefferson is very intelligent and a criminologist. He seems to be able to solve all cases. People traveled from all over the country to seek his advice.
Beth Davenport wants to interview Jefferson. Jefferson is a master of impersonation. He always has an ulterior motive for his actions, but in front of Beta, he claims that he takes cases out of selfless plight for others. Jefferson actually doesn’t want to give her an interview because he’s afraid people will forgive him.
Disappointed, Beth leaves the prison, but returns when she receives a photo of Janice with an unrecognizable man’s face. Beth is immediately convinced that Janice is in trouble.
Jefferson makes Beth an offer. If she is willing to drop Janice’s case, he would bring her on board when he solves another case. He gives her the right to document the case in any way. Although the decision is difficult for her, Beth ultimately decides to accompany him on another case.
Jefferson soon receives another case. Beth realizes that Jefferson is a brilliant mind and the case is quickly solved.
Now he also wants to help Beth find Janice.
Jefferson is constantly trying to connect the dots, focusing on what isn’t happening to solve the case. Through his connections, he learns that Janice is tutoring Ben. But Harry didn’t report that Janice was missing. Jefferson finds this strange.
Jefferson’s scheduled execution date will also be announced. With just three weeks left to find out about Janice, it’s all or nothing.
Jefferson wants to delay the scheduled execution date when he wants his in-laws Gordon and…