Watch video · Viola Davis is exploring — and exposing — possible flaws in the American justice system. The actress is serving as an executive producer alongside Julius Tennon for a new ABC documentary
Jun 07, 2018 · Viola Davis’ New Series Investigates Death Row Cases: Video Viola Davis’ New Series Investigates the Dallas Housewife Who Was Sentenced to Death for …
Death Row inmate Darlie Routier was a Rowlett, Texas, homemaker in 1996 when she was charged with killing her two young sons. Her story is the first told in ABC’s new docu-series «The Last Defense,» whose producers include «How to Get Away with Murder» star Viola Davis and …
A new ABC show will offer a last defense to Darlie Routier and Julius Jones, two prisoners who have spent decades behind bars on death row. The seven-episode summer series, produced by Viola Davis
[via press release from abc] abc to present a first look at viola davis and julius tennon’s documentary series «the last defense» at the 2018 tribeca film festival, april 27
Viola Davis and husband Julius Tennon’s production company JuVee Productions has just partnered with ABC News’ Lincoln Square Productions to produce a brand new, 6-part true crime documentary series.
The seven-episode docu-series explores and exposes flaws in the American justice system through emotional, in-depth examinations of multiple DEATH ROW cases. This first hour of a three-hour- arc
The seven-episode docu-series explores and exposes flaws in the American justice system through emotional, in-depth examinations of the death row cases of Darlie Routier and Julius Jones.
Now more than 20 years later, the controversial case is the subject of an ABC docu-series «The last defense» from executive producer Viola Davis that explores whether she should have been put on
Jun 12, 2018 · Emotional, in-depth examinations of death row cases expose flaws in the US justice system. Season 1 investigates a housewife convicted for stabbing her sons, and an athlete convicted for shooting a father, as attorneys race for new trials.
The 4% (working title) will follow two inmates who have been on Death Row for two decades. The project will re-examine the evidence in their cases using new forensic technologies. An often-cited