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Outcry examines the gripping story of high school football star Greg Kelley, his controversial conviction and the quest for truth and justice as the case unfolds. Outcry is a Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (5 episodes). The series first aired on July 5, 2020. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.4.

Outcry is available for streaming on the Showtime website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Outcry on demand at Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, Sling, iTunes, Showtime Anytime online.

Showtime
1 Season, 5 Episodes
July 5, 2020
Documentary & Biography
8.4/10
Cast: Greg Kelley
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Outcry Full Episode Guide

  • Greg has been in legal limbo for nearly two years, waiting for the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals to decide on his case. Private emails obtained by Greg's lawyer provide further evidence that highly unusual alliances are being formed behind the scenes to deny Greg of his innocence.

  • The newly-elected Williamson Country District Attorney agrees to a hearing on Greg's case. The hearing puts the case under a microscope, revealing some disturbing holes in the investigation and legal lapses in protocol. The Texas Rangers conduct an independent investigation, uncovering additional clues that point to a possible alternate suspect.

  • Controversy around the conviction of Greg Kelley continues to grow in Williamson County. Tension and division build between those convinced of Greg's innocence, and those who steadfastly believe the four-year-old child. Protests on both sides erupt in the streets and online, as an unlikely advocate for Greg emerges to lead a movement.

  • Revered high school football star Greg Kelley had already accepted an offer to play college ball, and was looking forward to a legendary senior year. That all changed when he was accused of molesting a four-year old boy at an in-home daycare. After an investigation by the Cedar Park Police Department, the DA believed they had an open and shut case. Greg was sentenced to 25 years in prison without the possibility of parole. However, a surprising show of community support for Kelley called the investigation and conviction into question.