When Chance (Brian Presley) returns home after five years in jail, he is determined to escape his past, start a new life and make peace with his father, (Ed Harris, Golden Globe® winner), who is the head of the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang and serving a life sentence for murder. Upon his release, his dreams of a crime-free future begin to disintegrate when he is forced to assume his best friend's outrageous debt to a local mobster. Despite being thrust back into a world of organized fighting, drug dealing and ties to corrupt police agents, Chance falls in love with Pearl (Academy Award® nominee Taraji P. Henson) and the prospect of living a normal life seems almost within reach. But will he be able to escape the crimes of his father and his past?
Major Crimes explores how the American justice system approaches the art of the deals as law enforcement officers and prosecutors work together to score a conviction. Los Angeles Police Captain Sharon Raydor heads up a special squad within the LAPD that deals with high-profile or particularly sensitive crimes.
This investigative series examines cases of murder motivated by a lethal mix of mental illness, role-playing rituals and bizarre religious beliefs.
Murderers think they have committed the perfect crime. But the investigators will do everything to find the flaw in the Machiavellian plan devised by each killer.
In this series, the LAPD thinks it's a good idea to form a task force partnering actors with homicide detectives. A super meta half hour comedy, the show within a show within a show is as much about Hollywood as it is an action-comedy procedural. Starring Ryan Hansen and Samira Wiley as his strait-laced partner Detective Jessica Mathers, the series features a who's who of stars playing bizarro versions of themselves including Joel McHale, Donald Faison, Eric Christian Olsen, Jon Cryer and Kristen Bell.
To combat the number of sex crimes and bring justice to the survivors of sexual assault, former Harris County, Texas, prosecutors Casey Garrett and Alicia O'Neill are travelling to small towns around the country to help local law enforcement close cases that have sat dormant for years.
When someone commits a crime against anime, they don't call the police; they call the Anime Crimes Division. Detective Furaya is here to kick ass and eat Pocky, and he's all out of Pocky.
Corrupt Crimes investigates recent crime stories in complete detail, with expert analysis and dramatic storytelling. Cases include crimes of passion, espionage, treason, insider trading, government corruption, murder and conspiracies.
Great Crimes and Trials is an early 1990s BBC documentary television series. The program consists of archival material combined with never before seen interviews to reconstruct a renowned crime, examining the felon's motives, details of the crime, the investigations and the trial. Each episode is narrated by actor Robert Powell. In the United Kingdom the program is shown on weekdays on the Crime & Investigation Network. The first series was released on DVD by Columbia Tristar in 2005, and the third series was released on DVD by Network DVD in 2011. The first and second series were released on video by Columbia Tristar in 1997.
A deep dive into the underbelly of the Prohibition era, which was characterized as much by jazz, illegal booze and female liberation as it was by gangsters and brutality.
The impossible-to-believe, often absurd, true stories about the most unexpected women — PTA moms, country-club chairwomen, and more — who took big risks, pocketed big cash and then served hard time.
Manhunt – Solving Britain's Crimes is a programme aired by ITV in the UK. It is very similar to the BBC's Crimewatch, which ran for 22 years prior to the first airing of Manhunt, on 4 December 2006. A second edition of the programme aired on 29 May 2007. Manhunt profiles 10 of the country's most wanted criminals, and appeals for help from the public to track them down. The pilot episode of the show gained 5 million viewers, and received 9,000 calls from the public. The programme is produced by talkbackTHAMES, and hosted by ITV News head anchor Mark Austin, and ex-Scotland Today newsreader Sarah Heaney.