This season looks at the prosecution of a Mississippi man, Curtis Flowers, who's been tried six times for the same crime and the prosecutor who's spent two decades trying to execute him.
The crime is a quadruple murder in the small town of Winona, Miss. On July 16, 1996, four employees at a furniture store were found shot in the head, execution-style.
Investigators soon turned their focus on Flowers, who worked at the furniture store for a few days. Prosecutors say he had a motive, but they don't have any good evidence: no witnesses, DNA evidence or gun.
The team of In the Dark reporters, led by Madeleine Baran, take listeners on a journey to Mississippi to figure out how it's possible for a man to spend 22 years behind bars while defending his innocence before jury after jury.
Watch the trailer here: