Airdate: Wrong Man
New true-crime series on Stan will re-examine 3 cases that could prove these inmates are not guilty.
US true-crime series Wrong Man will premiere on Stan next month.
The series from filmmaker Joe Berlinger (Paradise Lost) produced for Starz examines three different cases of inmates who have been incarcerated for decades and claim they are innocent. It will uncover new theories, offer alternate suspects and reveal new evidence that could prove these inmates are not guilty.
This will premiere same day as the US with new episodes weekly.
In Wrong Man, Berlinger’s cameras follow a team of esteemed legal, investigative and forensic experts including renowned civil rights attorney Ronald Kuby, former prosecutor Sue-Ann Robinson, retired NCIS investigator Joe Kennedy, and Ira Todd, a member of Detroit’s elite Homicide Task Force, as they re-investigate the cases of three inmates who have been locked up for decades and claim they are innocent.
Wrong Man is produced by Third Eye Motion Picture Company, Electus and RadicalMedia. Erica Sashin (Parched, Belief, Border Wars) serves as showrunner and executive producer. Berlinger directs two episodes and also executive produces with Chris Grant (Running Wild with Bear Grylls, The Toy Box, Darkness) and Drew Buckley (Running Wild with Bear Grylls, The Toy Box, Darkness) for Electus, along with Ben Silverman (The Office, Jane the Virgin, Marco Polo). Jon Doran (Park Bench with Steve Buscemi, Neighborhood Sessions, Iconoclasts), Justin Wilkes (The Fourth Estate, MARS, What Happened, Miss Simone?) and Jon Kamen (Bobby Kennedy for President, MARS, Hamilton’s America) serve as executive producers for RadicalMedia.
Sunday June 3rd on Stan.