The Oxygen series Cold Justice is something of an anomaly in the true crime world. The series has lasted for years, but it’s flown under the radar while moving from TNT to Oxygen and changing out a few cast members along the way. During this new batch of episodes, the show celebrates its 100th episode in its usual understated fashion.
For the uninitiated, the series follows former prosecutor Kelly Siegler and one of a talented team of investigators as they visit police departments around the country to re-open unsolved homicide cases. They spend a week in each location, working to re-investigate the case in hopes of finding enough new evidence that local authorities can move forward.
Kelly started the series working with former crime scene investigator Yolanda McClary (who inspired the character of Catherine Willows in the CSI universe), but in recent seasons has employed a team of veteran investigators. Different team members join Kelly every week depending on the parameters of the case, but they all share the same commitment to finding answers.
In the first of six new episodes, Kelly and Abbey Abbondandolo visit Florida to examine the shooting death of Tyvon Whitford, who was killed in her own home 15 years ago. Suspicion fell on her boyfriend, Terrence Brown, as he was married at the time of their affair. But Terrence was never charged, and Tyvon’s mother and son are still looking for justice. Will Kelly and Abbey finally be able to break open the case?
Fans can now watch video highlights from Cold Justice‘s midseason premiere below. The 100th episode will air in October. For more on the series, check out my interview with Kelly Siegler about why she’s continued to make the series after so many years as well as my breakdowns of the previous episodes in Season 6.
Cold Justice airs Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on Oxygen.
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