• Dated: June 29, 2018   |   Duration: 02:19
    The truth Kinley is looking for is taking shape and Dora reveals something he didn't know before.
  • Dated: June 29, 2018   |   Duration: 01:27
    Kinley and Dora spent the night together but relationships scare Dora too much, getting attached to someone and then hurt, that she kicks him out.
  • Dated: June 29, 2018   |   Duration: 02:17
    Kinley and Dora reconstruct the facts of the crime that incriminated Dora's father for a homicide as they had been described by the prosecutor.
  • Dated: June 29, 2018   |   Duration: 01:25
    Kinley wakes up in the middle of the night and finds a surprise in the living room: Dora is watching her own father's interview before his execution.
  • Dated: June 29, 2018   |   Duration: 02:50
    Pulitzer prize winning author of true crimes, Jackson Kinley, returns to his hometown and meets Dora Overton, the woman who called him to inform him about his friend's passing.
  • Dated: March 12, 2018   |   Duration: 01:04
    After winning the class action on breast implants Sybil and Kathleen never stop speaking out demanding the truth and that it's made clear for any patient, going through the surgery, what they're up against.
  • Dated: March 12, 2018   |   Duration: 02:09
    Sybil's daughter Amy does not understand why her mother is "so out there" and scared that her cancer will run in the family and in herself and she finally confesses it to her mother.
  • Dated: March 12, 2018   |   Duration: 02:19
    Sybil is contacted by a television channel and asked for an interview and to show her breasts before and after the implants broke and she discusses it with her husband before to answer them.
  • Dated: March 12, 2018   |   Duration: 01:26
    During a conference discussing the implants and their effective good usage, Sybil is called to testify her own experience and she has a small breakdown when she realizes what she's gone through not only once but three times.
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