Next Episode of Cold Justice is
From Executive Producer Dick Wolf, Oxygen revives Cold Justice, a real life crime series that follows former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and her team of detectives as they dig into small town murder cases that have lingered for years without answers or closure. Together with local law enforcement from across the country, the Cold Justice team has helped bring about an astounding 16 indictments, 28 arrests, 6 confessions, 8 guilty pleas, and 10 convictions.
In the premiere episode, Siegler and McClary head to Cuero, Texas, to search for new clues that may point to murder in a 2001 death of a woman that had been previously ruled a suicide.
In this episode, Siegler and McClary travel to Morehouse Parish, La., as they look to reopen a 2006 cold case and hope to discover new clues that help solve the murder of an active church member in the community.
In this episode, Siegler and McClary head to Palacios, Texas, to look for new clues in the 1982 murder of a successful agricultural business owner.
In this episode, Siegler and McClary travel to Globe, Ariz., to search for clues about an apparent 1988 hit-and-run that may have been the result of a teenage dispute.
In this episode, Siegler and McClary head to Dickson County, Tenn., to look for new clues that may help solve the 1998 murder of a likeable grocery story owner.
In this episode, Siegler and McClary go to Thatcher, Ariz., to look for clues that may lead to resolution in the 1995 murder of a mother of two young children.
In this episode, Siegler and McClary travel to Sandusky County, Ohio, to search for new information that may help solve the 1988 murder of a 49-year-old mother of six, who was killed with a hatchet.
In this episode, Siegler and McClary head to Gaines County, Texas, to search for new clues to help solve the 2008 murder of well-liked feed plant worker.
Johnny Bonds(Homicide Detective)
Steve Spingola(Homicide Detective)
Yolanda McClary(Crime Scene Investigator)
Aaron Sam(Homicide Detective)
Tonya Rider(Homicide Detective)
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