I first read Greg Kading's book 'Murder Rap' back in 2012, shortly after it was published. Then I saw the 'Murder Rap' documentary, of which was based off the book. Then I recently watched 'Unsolved', which is also based off the book as well.
I was apprehensive of Unsolved due to preconceptions I had from the documentary -- while the documentary was good and informative, it felt a bit lacking in production value and seemed a bit "low budget", if you will.
But 'Unsolved' was different. It featured great cinematography, great casting, great writing, and great acting. And a very high-quality production value. Greg Kading himself even makes a cameo appearance as a background character in the series. I felt the person cast as Biggie, Wavyy Jonez, looked and sounded more like Biggie than the guy who played Biggie in the 'Notorious' biopic. The same can be said for Marc Rose as Tupac compared to the actor who played him in 'All Eyez On Me'. The cinematography was also superior to the disappointing 'All Eyez On Me'.
It's a long 10-part series, which I like because it allows it to be informative & in-depth, as opposed to try to compress everything into a 1.5 hour movie. For those of us who read the book and/or watched the documentary, a lot of this info we already knew and would be anticipating, but there are still many aspects we didn't know and your interest will still be held.
Highly recommended watching.