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Court TV’s First Original True Crime Series OJ25 Premieres January 23

CourtTV is debuting its first original true crime series, OJ25, beginning on January 23, 2020. The series will give viewers a front row seat to relive The People of the State of California v. Orenthal James (OJ) Simpson case which took place 25 years ago.

OJ25 will be a 37 part series, with episodes airing weekly on Thursday nights at 9:00pm ET. As companion to OJ25, Court TV will also make the complete trial available in weekly chronological installments on CourtTV.com every Thursday starting January 23.

Throughout the series, you’ll see exclusive interviews with trial participants, from multiple vantage points, from Los Angeles police detectives, attorneys, legal experts, friends and relatives on both sides of the courtroom. Episodes will follow the case in chronological order, from the trial’s start on January 24, 1995 until the verdict in early October.

Among those who discuss the trial in OJ25: Simpson defense attorneys Alan Dershowitz, F. Lee Bailey and Shawn Holley; LAPD Detectives Mark Fuhrman and Ron Shipp; LA County and Simpson case Prosecutor Bill Hodgman; victim Nicole Brown Simpson’s sister Tanya Brown, the father and sister of victim Ron Goldman, Fred Goldman and Kim Goldman, and many others. Former LA prosecutor and legal analyst Roger Cossack will host the series.

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