02/19/20 at 12:27pm
I love this show. Growing up I was never exposed to the unfairness of the racial discrimination I didn't grow up in a bubble I was just sheltered by my dad who grew up in the south and saw it first hand, and when I got into high school and saw the issues going on I wanted to be a human rights lawyer. I really wish I had continued with my dream and not gone into healthcare, lawyers like this are needed more than ever now.
02/17/20 at 06:16pm
If it were not based on a true story, I might lose interest. But to see how corrupt the system and people involved in wrongfully convicting Isaac Wright is interesting to say the least. What makes the show more intriguing is the fact that Isaac Wright went on to become a lawyer that successfully defended inmates and expose the corruption behind his own conviction. That alone merits my interest. Stay tuned.