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Hostage situations are always tense and dangerous. Some end favorably, others don't. Former NYPD detective Dominick Misino has been involved in his share of hostage situations, and as host of this docuseries, he breaks down real-life hostage cases, one per episode, on a minute-by-minute timeline to show viewers what it took to rescue the hostages. Or if it didn't end so well, what went wrong. Computer graphics and animation bring high-energy re-creations to life to help viewers go where cameras could not -- the crossfire of a hostage negotiation.

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The horror of Lufthansa Flight 592.
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Small town students are held hostage by a deranged killer.
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A gunman takes nine FBI employees hostage on a quiet Sunday.
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A young grocery clerk faces a gunman.
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A grieving father turns into a cop killer when he embarks on a rampage and takes innocent bystanders hostage.
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A corrections officer survives being taken hostage.

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