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date (day) time network episode title
10/5/16 (We.)11:00 PMMTV(#108) hope is a hell of a thing
9/28/16 (We.)11:00 PMMTV(#107) inside these gates
9/21/16 (We.)11:00 PMMTV(#106) he knows things he shouldn't know
9/14/16 (We.)11:00 PMMTV(#105) you don't know murderers, bro
9/7/16 (We.)11:00 PMMTV(#104) we shouldn't talk about this
8/31/16 (We.)11:00 PMMTV(#103) honey, that's a dangerous man
8/24/16 (We.)11:00 PMMTV(#102) ain't no change in the house of pain
8/17/16 (We.)11:00 PMMTV(#101) gates of hell

8/17/16 - ???
on hiatus or fate to be determined
completed airing its current season
1 (8 episodes)
completed airing its first season on 10/5/16; has yet to be renewed for a second season
(from MTV's press release, July 2016) MTV today announced the premiere of "Unlocking the Truth," an all-new serialized documentary series that will take a powerful, in-depth look into the justice system, premiering on Wednesday, August 17 at 11:00 p.m. ET/PT. The series will be told through the unique point of view of Ryan Ferguson, an exoneree who spent 10 years in jail for a murder he didn't commit and is resolute in his passion to help other innocent people who may have been wrongfully convicted. "Unlocking the Truth" will follow Ryan and co-investigator Eva Nagao as they examine three high-stakes cases of inmates claiming they are innocent and fighting for their freedom. Ryan Ferguson grew up in Columbia, MO, and lived an ordinary life with his family, but when a 48-year-old newspaper editor was found brutally murdered his life took a drastic turn. At the age of 19, Ryan was sentenced to 40 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit due to a twisted tale of false confessions and police misconduct. After years of Ryan's family relentlessly fighting to prove his innocence, they were able to get Chicago's famed wrongful conviction attorney, Kathleen Zellner, on his case. After spending ten years in prison, Ryan was released and exonerated on November 12, 2013. In "Unlocking the Truth," Ferguson, and co-investigator Eva Nagao of the Exoneration Project and an ardent fighter for justice reform, will investigate the cases of three inmates currently incarcerated and claiming they are innocent. The pair will work to find proponents and opponents of the convicted, uncover and examine evidence, and analyze never-before-heard witness insights that may help them on their journey for new findings. Through raw, private scenes inside the lives of Michael Politte, Kalvin Michael Smith and Byron Case, the series will turn the large-scale problem of a flawed justice system - which leads to a striking number of innocent people in prison - into a deeply personal experience and worst nightmare come to life.
· Eva Nagao
· Ryan Ferguson
· Adam Kassen as EP
· Andrew Jenks as EP
· Debbie DeMontreux as EP
· Michael Davies as EP
· Stacey Altman as EP
· reality (all)
· reality (documentary)
· Embassy Row Productions