The series will showcase real-life interrogation strategies used by police to break their suspects and confess what really happened, from establishing rapport with their suspects, to old-fashioned “good cop, bad cop” questioning.
Detectives in Grand Rapids, Michigan pursue six suspects in a violent home invasion and murder caught on camera.
Detectives must convince a potential killer to talk in order to find two young women who have vanished in California.
Detectives team up to investigate how two men linked by one woman ended up dead; one of them strives to break their only suspect before she walks free.
When two college football players go missing, detectives chase down leads and uncover a terrifying hostage crisis.
A woman goes missing while her long-haul trucker husband is on the road; when police go to check on the missing woman, they find a young man living in the couple's home who leads them to make a gruesome discovery.
During a chilling interrogation, a man claims a young woman's suicide was actually a murder, and police must separate the truth from the lies.
A detective goes against his partner's advice to prove a woman's killing in self-defense is really a diabolical ruse.
In St. Louis, police suspect a serial killer is responsible for the strangling deaths of two women; fearing more victims, they go public with their only piece of evidence, and an anonymous tip lands an unlikely suspect in the interrogation room.
The unsolved murder of a teenage girl haunts detectives, then a call comes 23 years later and re-ignites the cold case; untested DNA gives the detectives their first lead in decades, but only a full confession will close this case once and for all.