American Justice

American Justice

  • TV-PG
  • 2017
  • 28 Seasons
  • 8.1  (663)

American Justice is a crime exploration show hosed by journalist Bill Kurtis that documents true crimes. Each episode usually includes a detailed description of a criminal, the crimes they committed, the steps they took to try covering up the crime, the ensuing investigation and the most current status of the case. Past episodes have examined the cases of people like Betty Broderick, Jeffery Dahmer, Richard Speck and the Hillside Stranglers. Some episodes cover broader subjects like the Mafia, spree killers, fugitives and hate crimes. There are also episodes that center on the people that make up the justice system, from groups like criminal profilers to individuals such as FBI agent Joe Pistone (he infiltrated the Bonanno crime family using the alias Donny Brasco). American Justice covers many different aspects of crimes, criminals and the justice system for those that want to go beyond the headlines and see the details of the story.

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A Confession in Question
8. A Confession in Question
June 15, 2005
A look at the case of Marty Tankleff, who gave a partial confession to the murder of his parents, recanted it, but was convicted. Attorneys say they've found new evidence that could exonerate him.
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American Justice is a crime exploration show hosed by journalist Bill Kurtis that documents true crimes. Each episode usually includes a detailed description of a criminal, the crimes they committed, the steps they took to try covering up the crime, the ensuing investigation and the most current status of the case.

Past episodes have examined the cases of people like Betty Broderick, Jeffery Dahmer, Richard Speck and the Hillside Stranglers. Some episodes cover broader subjects like the Mafia, spree killers, fugitives and hate crimes. There are also episodes that center on the people that make up the justice system, from groups like criminal profilers to individuals such as FBI agent Joe Pistone (he infiltrated the Bonanno crime family using the alias Donny Brasco).

American Justice covers many different aspects of crimes, criminals and the justice system for those that want to go beyond the headlines and see the details of the story.American Justice is a series that is currently running and has 28 seasons (48 episodes). The series first aired on October 20, 2017.

American Justice is available for streaming on the A&E website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch American Justice on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime and National Geographic.

  • Premiere Date
    October 20, 2017
  • IMDB Rating
    8.1  (663)