I Didn't Do It: The botched murder investigation that led to the wrongful conviction of Chris Ochoa and Richard Danziger for the murder of 20-year-old Nancy DePriest.
Ray Krone: Series revealing harrowing stories of wrongful convictions, beginning with the case of Ray Krone, who was sentenced to death row for the murder of a barmaid in 1991. (S1, ep 1)
Clarence Elkins: The shocking plight of a man sentenced for murder after his six-year-old niece mistakenly identified him as the man who killed her grandmother. (S1, ep 2)
Ronald Cotton: Ronald Cotton discusses the decade he wrongfully spent jailed for rape. Victim Jennifer Thompson, who mistakenly identified him, reflects on her terrible error. (S2, ep 3)
Alton Logan: The terrible story of innocent Alton Logan who spent 26 years behind bars for murder, while two attorneys remained silent about the real killer. (S2, ep 4)
Dewey Bozella: The moving story of former boxer Dewey Bozella, who spent 26 years wrongly imprisoned for the murder of an elderly woman in Poughkeepsie, New York. (S1, ep 5)
William Dillon: Wrongly convicted of murder, William Dillon languished behind bars for 27 years while up to four killers walked free. Here, he tells his harrowing story. (S1, ep 6)