Executive produced by Kim Kardashian and Bunim Murray Productions with Gil Goldschein, Julie Pizzi and Farnaz Farjam serving as executive producers.
In June 2018, Kim Kardashian used her global fame to publicly campaign for criminal justice reform by convincing the White House to grant Alice Marie Johnson clemency. Inspired by her work with Johnson, Kardashian has made it her personal mission to lobby for systematic change and advocate for the men and women who she and her legal experts believe have been unfairly sentenced. Now, as she pursues her own career in law, Kardashian is dedicating both personal resources and her public platform to the cause. In this compelling 2-hour documentary, Oxygen will capture Kardashian’s efforts to secure freedom for Americans who she believes have been wronged by the justice system. Kim Kardashian: The Justice Project is an exclusive, never before seen look inside her mission to tackle one of America’s most controversial subjects.
Produced by The Intellectual Property Corporation, an Industrial Media company, in conjunction with KT Studios and TAP INc., with Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, Nancy Grace, John Terenzio, Stephanie Lydecker and showrunner Steve Katz serving as executive producers.
This standalone true crime series exposes riveting stories involving unclear motives, botched investigations, wrongful accusations, unjust sentencing and suppressed evidence that will keep viewers on bated breath until the final resolve. Through exclusive first-hand interviews, archival footage, and cinematic recreations, every episode will be told through the unique perspective of Nancy Grace, who spent a decade as a felony prosecutor and twenty years as a journalist, and whose fiancé was murdered when she was just 19 years old, giving her a personal and significant drive to seek justice.
Produced by Wilshire Studios with Leane Vandeman, Jessica Grimshaw and Paul Holes serving as executive producer.
Former lead investigator Paul Holes spent two decades looking for one of the most elusive serial killers in US history, The Golden State Killer, before finding him in dramatic fashion. In this series, viewers will follow Holes as he dives into cold cases to analyze the violent interaction between the offender and the victim exploring not only the physical DNA left behind but the emotional “DNA” as well. With his unique investigative skillset, Holes will work with local investigators and experts to uncover new theories and new evidence in the hopes of getting one step closer to solving these brutal murders.
Produced by Peacock Productions with Elizabeth Fischer & Mary Murphy serving as Executive Producers.
Losing a friend or family member to a horrific crime can be devastating, but it’s even more painful when that crime goes unsolved. Emmy-winning journalist Kate Snow takes viewers on an emotional journey with suffering families as they go to incredible lengths to find answers about their loved ones’ deaths. These ordinary heroes embark on an endless pursuit to identify and catch suspects by going undercover, hunting evidence, and sometimes putting their own lives in jeopardy by chasing down drug dealers, gang members and other criminals in the hopes of finding justice.
Produced by Herzog & Company, Discount Sushi, Inc. and XG Productions. Mark Herzog serves as executive producer for Herzog & Company. Jon Cryer and Lisa Joyner serve as executive producers for Discount Sushi, Inc. Jim Clemente and Peter McDonnell serve as executive producers for XG Productions. Bob Ruff, Christopher G. Cowen and Domini Hofmann also serve as executive producers.
A true crime series based on the wildly successful podcast Truth & Justice that will see host Bob Ruff as he re-investigates the notorious West Memphis Three case. The series will focus on the brutal murders of three eight-year-old boys back in 1993 and the three teenagers who stood trial and were tried and convicted of these deaths. In 2011, new DNA evidence was discovered, and they were able to enter a controversial plea which allowed “The West Memphis Three” to assert their innocence while acknowledging prosecutors did have enough evidence to convict them. They were subsequently released. It’s now been 25 years since the murders and there are more questions than answers. If the three convicted men didn’t do it, then who killed the boys? What else really could have happened that day? Through exclusive, never before seen interviews and help from various experts, Ruff will seek to find the truth once and for all.
Produced by XG Productions and Texas Crew Productions. Jim Clemente, Peter McDonnell & Jamie Bruce serve as executive producers for XG Productions and David Karabinas and Brad Bernstein serve as executive producers for Texas Crew Productions.
Virginia’s Colonial Parkway, a dark and isolated lovers’ lane, was the scene of four brutal double murders between 1986-1990, with each year a new young couple meeting their untimely death. Chilling and eerie similarities connect the four cases, but no one has ever been arrested for the crimes. Now, a team of former FBI special agents led by former FBI Profiler Jim Clemente, intends to change that, with the goal of bringing a monster to justice and providing answers to the victims’ families.