After coming forth with new information, a possible eyewitness takes a polygraph test. Plus the DNA results from a potential murder weapon are in. And, the team reveals their final conclusions about what they believe really happened that night.
OJ Simpson has claimed that "if" he committed the murders, he couldn’t have done it alone. The team asks Kato Kaelin and others whether anyone else could’ve been involved, and a new potential eyewitness comes forward with a shocking revelation.
Kris Mohandie, and Derrick Levasseur raise questions about the validity of the potential person of interest’s alibi from the night of the murders - was the truth being told? And if not, did this individual play a role in committing the crimes?
Private investigator Bill Dear has collected evidence for the past 21 years suggesting a new possibility in the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. The team takes a closer look at Dear’s ‘person of interest’ and his checkered past.
After examining evidence both old and new, the team questions O.J.’s role in the crimes. Was he involved in these murders... or was another person responsible? Dr. Henry Lee, a forensics expert from the original investigation gives their insight.
A team of investigators re-examine the iconic O.J. Simpson case. They inspect a knife that could be the murder weapon, and sit down with family members Fred Goldman and Tanya Brown to get their insights into what they believe happened that day.
Host Toure leads a panel discussion about the final installment of "Is O.J. Innocent? The Missing Evidence" with the series' co-stars Kris Mohandie and Derrick Levasseur, Eboni Williams (Fox News) and Georgia Hardstark (My Favorite Murder Podcast).
Host Toure leads a panel discussion about the second installment of "Is O.J. Innocent? The Missing Evidence" with series co-stars and special guests; Kato Kaelin asks people on the street their opinions and memories of the case.
Host Toure leads a panel discussion about the first installment of "Is O.J. Innocent? The Missing Evidence" with the series' co-stars Kris Mohandie and Derrick Levasseur, Eboni Williams (Fox News) and Georgia Hardstark (My Favorite Murder Podcast).
Get a Sneak Peek of ID's newest series, "Is O.J. Innocent? The Missing Evidence." Host Toure leads a panel discussion of the Simpson case with the series' co-stars Kris Mohandie and Derrick Levasseur, Eboni Williams, and Georgia Hardstark.
In Redrum, viewers follow the backwards tale of murder from false motives and mistaken witnesses to conversations taken completely out of context, until the truth finally comes out at the very end.
Fashions may change but murder never goes out of style. A Crime To Remember showcases the most compelling crimes of yesteryear, when secrets festered, passions ran wild and cops had nothing but shoe-leather and gut instinct to catch a killer.
For the first time, TV legend Barbara Walters takes the viewer inside some of her biggest stories. She shares personal experiences, never before seen footage and fresh reporting on the scandalous stories that captured the public's imagination.
Homicide Hunter is a non-fiction investigative series of murder cases told through the personal experience of retired detective, Lieutenant Joe Kenda. In personal interviews, Kenda will captivate us with the details of a different investigation each week.
On The Case with Paula Zahn takes viewers on an exciting, visually compelling journey inside the most fascinating crime and mystery investigations.
Vanity Fair Confidential is a unique mix of editorial integrity, first-person storytelling and dynamic visual elements. It's not just about the facts of the cases. Each story plays a role in our cultural landscape. Each episode enlightens and entertains.
Unusual Suspects is a documentary series that showcases some of the most notable and challenging investigations in contemporary law enforcement. Each one-hour episode will profile completed cases that were anything but cut and dry.
Judgement Day: Prison or Parole is a deeply immersive and investigative series that takes viewers inside the process of parole hearings as they are unfolding with actual cases. Award winning documentarian Joe Berlinger directs.
True Crime with Aphrodite Jones follows one of the nation's top crime writers -- Aphrodite Jones -- as she goes behind the scenes of famous murder cases to uncover hidden secrets and new information to shed new light on these sensational stories.
Cry Wolfe is an investigative series inspired by the files of private investigator Brian Wolfe and his 25 years of experience in the field. Whether it's infidelity, fraud or other wrongdoings, Wolfe and his team of associates do whatever it takes to gather concrete proof.
The 1999 murder case-turned-national obsession thanks to the 2014 podcast SERIAL is revisited through exclusive new interviews. Hear from key players in the case as Adnan Syed, convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee, fights for a new trial.
In October 2006 a four-year-old from Corpus Christi named Andrew Burd died mysteriously of salt poisoning. His foster mother, Hannah Overton, was charged with capital murder, but was this churchgoing young woman a vicious child killer?
When detectives sit with killers inside the interrogation room, anything can happen. In Killer Confessions, see how the most strong-willed detectives are able to get cold-blooded killers to make terribly shocking confessions.
Every detective has one. A case that pushes them to the brink. Real Detective is an eight-episode gripping documentary series that brings to life real detectives and the true homicide cases that consume and haunt them.
The real story behind any crime depends on who you ask. Shadow of Doubt puts a new twist on true-crime storytelling by delving into competing theories of complex crimes, which find witnesses and suspects pointing the finger at each other.
On the surface, Chillicothe, Ohio is the quintessential American town. But in the last year, Chillicothe has made national news for a string of murders and disappearances. With six women missing or dead, the community fears the worst.