DNA is a documentary TV series format created for persons wishing to find family members they have lost contact with or are not certain they are related to. In each 45min episode, viewers can follow diverse life stories, while the show confirms or disputes the kinship, by analyzing the DNA in the Center for Genetics.
Statistically, paternity is most often confirmed, however, other DNA analysis done show close and/or distant kinship. Forensics and prenatal diagnostics are also possible. Each episode analysis’s one family’s story, most often all parties participate willingly.
The host of the show talks to the family and then presents their story to the viewers, while the Center for Genetics analysis the DNA samples which the host has provided to them, in order to determine the kinship.
At the end of each episode, the host shows the results of the analysis to the family members and they read them together.