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Sundance Channel's first wholly owned scripted series stars Aden Young as Daniel Holden, who spends nearly 20 years on death row for the rape and murder of a teenage girl, before new DNA evidence nullifies his conviction. He returns home, but he's far from welcomed. He's an outsider now in a town that remains divided by his alleged crime, and contributing to his uncertain future is the man who prosecuted him -- riding that notoriety to become a state senator -- is plotting to reopen the case. As he struggles to adapt, Daniel is comforted by support from his younger sister, Amantha, who has always believed in his innocence and has worked her entire adult life to secure his release. Not so for Ted Jr., Daniel's stepbrother with whom he has no relationship. Insecure and manipulative, Ted is skeptical of Daniel's motives and will do anything to protect his family.

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aired 35 days ago
As he begins to realize what his new life may entail, Daniel starts to appreciate the progress he's made; Janet bonds with someone unexpected.
aired 35 days ago
Daniel worries his life has gotten a little too real; with Jared's help, Janet is loosening her grip on the past; Teddy opens up to Ted Senior about what he really wants for his future; Amantha reconnects with her past in an unexpected way.
aired 36 days ago
Ted Sr. seeks his own bliss; Janet and Daniel attempt to be honest with one another about what's between them.
aired 36 days ago
Daniel has a confrontation in group therapy that makes his question the possibility of adjusting to normal life.
aired 36 days ago
Daniel gets a temporary respite from the grind of the halfway house when he and Chloe set out on an adventure.
aired 37 days ago
Daniel continues to adjust to group living which is further complicated by his new roommate; Janet plans to visit Daniel.
aired 37 days ago
Back in Paulie, the Holden/Talbot family adjusts to daily life without Daniel's influence; Janet frets over Daniel's life away from home.
aired 37 days ago
Daniel navigates the complicated dynamics of group living at The New Canaan Project.
aired 63 days ago
Janet and Daniel take a road trip; Tawney returns home; Jon regrets not helping Daniel more; Amantha has dinner with an unexpected companion.
aired 63 days ago
Daniel tries to repair the pool; Daggett reveals a surprising theory about George Melton's death; Tawney visits her former foster mother.
aired 63 days ago
Daniel is forced to abandon his painting job after a visit from his probation officer; Teddy forces Tawney to make a painful confession; Janet loses her cool with Ted Sr.
aired 64 days ago
Daniel faces new restrictions from his new probation officer; Daggett investigates Melton's death; Amantha endures a training seminar.
aired 64 days ago
Daniel struggles to adapt; Amantha faces overwhelming personal changes and problems at work; Teddy tries to reconnect with Tawney.
aired 64 days ago
Daniel's family deals with his confession and imminent banishment; Ted Jr. tries to connect with Tawny; Ted Sr. confronts Daniel.
aired 547 days ago
Daniel has concerns about Jon Stern's advice; Tawney reconsiders several choices; Ted, Jr. asks a favor.
aired 547 days ago
Amantha lets off some steam; Ted, Jr. becomes frustrated by recent events; Ted, Sr.tries to protect his family; Daniel must make a difficult decision.

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