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A non-linear crime series that is centered around an interrogation of people who might be involved in a decades-old murder case.Interrogation is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (10 episodes). The series first aired on February 6, 2020.

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CBS All Access
1 Season, 10 Episodes
February 6, 2020
Crime, Drama
7.4/10
Cast: Peter Sarsgaard, Kyle Gallner, Kodi Smit-McPhee, David Strathairn
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Interrogation Full Episode Guide

  • Series Finale. Twenty years after Mary Fisher's death, Internal Affairs Sgt. Lynch and Det. Chen fly to Texas to interview Trey Carano (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), a former friend of Eric's, who shares his account of Eric's whereabouts in the days and hours leading up to the murder.

  • Thirteen years after the murder, Eric faces his first parole hearing and a real shot at an early release. Det. Russell is determined to keep Eric where he thinks he belongs: behind bars. In a last-ditch attempt to prove his innocence, Eric hires private investigator Charlie Shannon (Andre Royo).

  • Two decades after the murder, a series of newspaper articles about the Fisher case sways public sentiment in Eric's favor. LAPD cold case detectives begin building a new case against Eric, until a break comes in the form of Melanie Pruitt - a childhood friend of Eric's with a story that may shed new light on the Fisher murder.

  • As riots erupt after the Rodney King verdicts, Henry Fisher (David Strathairn) pays an emotional visit to Eric in prison and confronts him with a very difficult question. Eric, entangled in a deadly prison feud, faces a tough decision and must decide where his loyalties lie.

  • Eric's friend from rehab, Chris Keller (Kodi Smit-McPhee) is interrogated about a crime he committed in New Mexico, which brings new information to light that may help Eric's defense. Eric is transferred from a juvenile facility to county jail, where dangerous adult inmates await him.

  • To receive a more lenient prison sentence, Eric pleads guilty and submits to an extensive psychological evaluation. Meanwhile, Det. Russell, convinced of Eric's guilt, does his best to make sure Eric receives the harshest sentence possible.

  • In the weeks leading up to Mary Fisher's murder, Eric meets Det. Russell for the first time to press charges against Kim Decker, a former girlfriend. Russell suspects the truth is murkier than Eric reported. As Russell investigates the complaint, Eric throws a party at his apartment complex with the help of his older friend and neighbor Trey Carano that quickly spins out of control.

  • In 2003, twenty years after the murder of Mary Fisher, Internal Affairs Officer Sgt. Ian Lynch (Vincent D'Onofrio) is assigned to investigate Eric's claim of official misconduct against Russell, now a Lieutenant. Lynch confronts Russell with the allegation, but pressure from the department threatens to derail any chance of a re-investigation.

  • Series premiere. Eric Fisher (Kyle Gallner), a 17-year-old kid with addiction issues, is taken into custody after his mother is brutally murdered in her San Fernando Valley home in 1983. The lead detective on the case, Dave Russell (Peter Sarsgaard), interrogates Eric while Eric's devastated father, lawyer Henry Fisher (David Strathairn), tries to help his son.