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Chris Noth to lend voice to “I Didn’t Do It”

The Good Wife star Chris Noth (pictured) has been tapped to narrate the first cycle of I Didn't Do It, a crime documentary series about wrongful convictions, set to air on Discovery Channel Canada and Investigation Discovery in the U.S.
May 29, 2012

The Good Wife star Chris Noth (pictured) has been tapped to narrate the first cycle of I Didn’t Do It, a crime documentary series about wrongful convictions produced by Toronto’s Lively Media.

The series offers an in-depth look at the personal stories of those who have been wrongfully convicted by the criminal justice system, and features reenactments and interviews with the people involved in the cases. It also chronicles the searches for the true perpetrators of the crimes.

The cycle of 6 x one-hour episodes is currently in production for Discovery Channel Canada and Investigation Discovery in the U.S., where it is expected to air this fall.

Jeff Hirschfield is series producer, Joe Woodward is executive in charge of production for Lively Media and Sean Michael Turrell will direct the dramatic recreations.

Meanwhile, Stan Lipsey is executive producer for Discovery Channel Canada, with Thomas Cutler executive producing for Investigation Discovery U.S.

“Chris Noth’s distinctive voice will give even more substance to this compelling and emotional series,” said Leanna Crouch, president and executive producer of Lively Media.  “We anticipate his involvement will help bring even greater attention to the important issue of wrongful convictions.”

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