I love the non-linear "choose your own adventure" opportunity this CBS show affords the mainstream viewer. It is well worth the RARE opportunity to pick and choose and the way Binge and myself (Purge) watched the series. Our order was mainly by intentionally following the crime date order PLUS for me (self-confessed armchair detective) the information we felt pertinent to the investigation. For instance, the genius of making the central case also a cold case/innocence project, gave you a chance to view in retrospect, or with the freshness of the crime and then the ensuing innocent/guilty?journey *i feel this one gave most satisfaction from a suspense perspective but I would love to hear other perspectives.) I think this method meant 3 deviations from the episode number. We also watched the first and last as recommended. Of course Binge appreciated the mass release of episodes and to follow our path, honestly we just used haircuts as the guide to confirm we were watching it as 1970's current crime- ensuing witnesses- coverups - verdict - 20years later innocence project - cold case - fresh eyes - final revelation and confirmation of what really happened and why. Even if you think you know how it ends, some surprises satisfy. The best thing I loved about the show is that I did not need a netflix subscription to enjoy the "you decide" format and that it was free and available to all. I really hope more stations have fun with the idea.