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Air Date: October 3rd, 2016

Network: ABC

Series Summary
Lawyer Hayes Morrison takes a job with the Conviction Integrity Unit to avoid jail time.

Rating: TVPG

Genres: Crime drama


  • Season 1 - Episode 13 : Past, Prologue & What's to Come Jan 29, 2017

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    Hayes revisits a failed case from her past, during which she first met Wallace; illicit actions taken in the Rodney Landon case resurface for one team member.

  • Season 1 - Episode 12 : Enemy Combatant Jan 15, 2017

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    Hayes is asked by former President Morrison to take the case of a Muslim-American being held in a military facility for allegedly planning a terror attack; Hayes' father questions her and Wallace's long-term viability.

  • Season 1 - Episode 11 : Black Orchid Jan 8, 2017

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    Hayes and Wallace are called to a crime scene that matches the M.O. of the infamous Black Orchid Killer; the CIU investigation is spearheaded by unlikely serial killer expert Tess.

  • Season 1 - Episode 10 : Not Okay Jan 1, 2017

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    Hayes urges the CIU team to pursue the case of a woman serving a life sentence for murdering a popular college basketball player whom she accused of raping her; Tess tries to make things right with Matty.

  • Season 1 - Episode 9 : A Different Kind of Death Dec 5, 2016

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    The CIU investigates the case of a death-row inmate convicted of murdering a friend of Wallace's who did not believe in capital punishment.

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  • Much of this is pretty standard stuff, part legal drama, part soap. Atwell, though, is always so lively and interesting to watch. But the material may sink her at the end. Show More

  • [Conviction] is a mess from beginning to end, full of clichéd characters and confusing rules. Show More

  • Atwell is skilled, but with just 42 minutes and a whole murder case to get through, her First Daughter backstory and the wide net cast for her character feel a lot like grasping at distant, barely visible straws. Still, Conviction is a fun watch, and a series that will likely resolve its initial hiccups. Show More

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