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Think "Cold Case" meets "CSI" with a bit of "Rizzoli & Isles" mixed in, then make it real. That's the formula for this unscripted procedural drama that follows two veteran female investigators as they attempt to crack murder cases that have lingered for years without answers and closure. Kelly Siegler is an attorney and former Texas prosecutor who successfully tried 68 murder cases in her 21 years on the job, including 20 capital murder death penalty cases in which she secured the death penalty in 19 of those trials. She gets help from veteran detectives, who dig into small-town murder cases that have gone unsolved for years in the hope of getting justice for the victims and their loved ones.

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Kelly and Steve Spingola partner once again to work with the Potter County Sheriff's Department in Texas in investigating the brutal murder of a doting mother of four; DNA testing could help them find the murderer.
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Kelly works with the Idaho Falls Police Department to help investigate the 2007 homicide of a young mother; when her body is discovered almost three years later outside the city, it leaves a family searching for her killer.
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Kelly and Johnny Bonds work with the Jasper County Sheriff's Department to take on the 2012 disappearance of a 56-year-old mother; the investigation uncovers family drama, rumors of doomsday prepping and a daughter waiting for her mother to return.
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A 21-year-old woman disappears after a late-night party, then her body is discovered years later in a nearby orange grove.
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Kelly and Abbey head to Colorado to help the Prowers County Sheriff's Office investigate the 1991 homicide of a beloved elderly couple who were brutally killed while working at their local VFW Hall.
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Kelly and Steve head into Louisiana to work with the Concordia Parish Sheriff's Office and investigate the 2016 homicide of a 26-year-old whose body was found on the banks of the bayou.
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In part two of their investigation, the Cold Justice team continues to investigate three mysterious deaths in Wyoming, hoping they will be able to finally give answers to all the families involved.
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Kelly and Tonya head to Wyoming to work with Carbon County Law Enforcement to look into the mysterious deaths of two women years apart, but connected by the same circle of friends.
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Kelly and Tonya Rider investigate the strange death of a retired college professor in Tonya's home town, whose cremation was halted by an anonymous tip call hinting at murder; an autopsy proves the tipster's information is accurate.
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Kelly and Steve Spingola investigate the brutal slaying of an Oklahoma teenager whose night of cruising and partying turned deadly; a scandalous town rumor could have led to her death; the team searches for justice 22 years later.
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Kelly Siegler and her team of investigators dive into a small town murder case that lingered for years without answers or justice that Kelly has never forgotten.
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Kelly Siegler and Johnny Bonds investigate the twisted murder of a new grandmother who was strangled and set on fire in an abandoned school bus; things get personal when the primary suspects turn out to be Kelly's neighbors.
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Kelly and Steve Spingola investigate the brutal slaying of beloved mother Eloise Payne, who was stabbed 38 times in her Michigan home; a mysterious car spotted in the area may hold the key to identifying her killer.
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Kelly and Abbey Abbondandolo investigate the cold-blooded murder of a fun-loving Texas country boy shot in the back of his head; it could the result of a love triangle gone tragically wrong.
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Kelly and Johnny Bonds answer the call of a grieving mother, whose 19-year-old son drowned while camping with friends; despite the medical examiner ruling it an accident, some suspect foul play.
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Kelly and Johnny Bonds return to their home state of Texas to look into the disappearance of a young mother in 2000, whose family has never given up on her; while some suspect murder, others claim to have seen her on the run with a mystery man.
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Kelly and Steve Spingola head to Wisconsin to investigate a homicide; the case becomes personal after they receive a letter from the victim's daughters; their search uncovers a town's dark side, crimes against children and lies within a church.
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In a crime that terrified a community, Kelly and Tonya Rider investigate the tragic stabbing death of an elderly woman in her own home just one week after she buried her husband.
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In Hope, Ark., Kelly and her team investigate the murder of a young mother who was brutally executed in her home and whose son may hold the clues to her killer's identity.
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Kelly and her team head to Oregon to investigate the mysterious disappearance of a man who vanished from his home without a trace; with seven suspects and missing gold coins, serious questions linger about what happened to Glenn Pennie.
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Kelly Siegler and Johnny Bonds aid local law enforcement and dig into their freshest case yet, the 2-year-old disappearance of a professional photographer; DNA testing and cell phone data analysis could be the key to cracking the case.

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