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.
O.J. Simpson... from triumph to tragedy. The People v. O.J. Simpson was the first nationally televised true life soap opera, a tangle of salacious plotlines. This special reveals the true story behind the trial of O.J. Simpson.
In a city where nearly everything is a gamble, the Clark County District Attorney's Office is as close to a sure thing as it gets. Lead by District Attorney Steven Wolfson, his dedicated group of prosecutors rarely ever hear the words, "Not Guilty".
Murderers, drug dealers, bank robbers and jail escapees. The stories are different, but the motive is always the same: to stay out of prison. 10 different fugitives talk about their lives on the run. How they survived and how they almost got away with it.
A female officer is ambushed during a traffic stop; an off-duty officer is held hostage; and a Vegas cop gets into a bloody shootout. Three brave police officers face dangerous situations and put themselves In The Line of Fire to save everyday citizens.
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.
On any street, behind any smile, lurks an American Monster. Never-before-seen-video footage looks straight into the eyes of a killer, hidden in plain sight. Mom next door; dad across the street; the kid who never broke the rules. Anyone can be a MONSTER.
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.
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 Charlotte, NC many know him as Homicide. But his real name is Det. Garry McFadden. With hundreds of solved cases under his belt, he seeks justice for the departed. Case by case, his charisma helps him sniff out clues and hunt down leads like no other.
The Coroner: I Speak for the Dead chronicles some of Graham Hetrick's most mysterious and disturbing homicides. While detectives search for clues among the living, Graham, a coroner and medical death investigator, uncovers the secrets of the dead.
Tamron Hall takes a deep dive into the controversial issue of "Campus Carry" -- a law permitting guns inside university buildings. Hall speaks with survivors of gun violence, students, faculty, and administration --all with opposing viewpoints.
What kind of person is driven to commit murder; A jealous ex? A co-worker wanting revenge? A predator with an urge to kill? Facilitated through investigators' detailed accounts, Motives & Murders: Cracking the Case finds the answer.
Who killed JonBenét? It's one of the most enduring American mysteries. Revisit the homicide that gripped the nation, with exclusive interviews and never-before-seen footage from the crime scene.
After being wrongfully convicted of gang-raping two little girls during the "Satanic Panic" of the 80s and 90s, four Latina lesbians fight against mythology, homophobia, and prosecutorial fervor in their struggle for freedom.
How far would you go... to bury a secret? Would you kill? Grave Secrets is a haunting true crime thriller that asks a simple question: What happens when a murder investigation exposes secrets that someone wants buried forever?
People Magazine Investigates uncovers the heart-wrenching true stories behind crimes that transcended headlines and became part of popular culture. Exclusive firsthand interviews reveal shocking twists, new evidence, and unexpected resolutions.