Netflix users can't get enough of the newest true crime docu-series, Exhibit A 1 year ago

Netflix users can't get enough of the newest true crime docu-series, Exhibit A

Netflix users are already hooked on the streaming service's latest true crime docu-series, Exhibit A. 

The four-episode TV series, which landed on Netflix on Friday, examines how innocent people have been convicted with dubious forensic techniques and tools, like touch DNA and cadaver dogs.


Each episode examines a new case and a new kind of supposedly ironclad form of evidence.

And if you're looking for a little more information as to which each episode covers (or you want to pick-and-choose which ones to watch), don't worry, we've got you covered.


Episode 1: Video Forensics

41 minutes long

A Texas man is convicted of robbery when forensic experts see what they want to see in their analysis of store surveillance footage.


Episode 2: Blood Spatter

29 minutes long

The limits of forensic science are exposed when flawed blood spatter evidence leads to the conviction of a Texas woman for the murder of her husband.

Episode 3: Cadaver Dogs

37 minutes long


Assumptions pass for facts when Detroit police misuse cadaver dogs to build a murder case against a man whose daughter has disappeared.

Episode 4: Touch DNA

37 minutes long

In Brooklyn, an innocent man faces assault charges thanks to statistical DNA testing that relies on deduction rather than proof.


And here's what viewers are saying about the series so far...


And if that's still not enough to convince you to give the series a shot, you can check out the trailer for Exhibit A below.