Exclusive clip: ID’s “Judgement Day: Prison or Parole?”

Realscreen has an exclusive clip of Investigation Discovery's latest docuseries Judgement Day: Prison or Parole?, which examines the process of parole hearings in America, from Blumhouse Productions and Radical Media.
May 19, 2016

Discovery Communications-owned true crime network Investigation Discovery is readying the premiere of three-part docuseries Judgement Day: Prison or Parole? from Paradise Lost director Joe Berlinger.

Set to debut on Sunday (May 22) at 8 p.m. EST/PST, the hour-long series provides unprecedented access to the state parole boards in Colorado and Wyoming to examine whether convicted inmates are fit for reintegration into society or should remain incarcerated.

The Blumhouse Productions- and Radical Media-made series will provide insight into each step of the legislative process, as well as the balance parole board members must consider between freedom and risk. The three-part series will also offer firsthand accounts from law enforcement officials, inmates, victims and their families.

In an exclusive clip shared with realscreen, an inmate seeking parole describes the decision to turn his life around.

Blumhouse Productions’ Jason Blum and Jessica Rhoades serve as executive producers alongside Radical Media’s Joe Berlinger, Dave O’Connor and Justin Wilkes. Investigation Discovery’s Lorna Thomas is also listed as executive producer.

  • Judgement Day: Prison or Parole? premieres May 22 at 8 p.m. EST/PST on Investigation Discovery.
  • Check out an exclusive clip below.

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