Oxygen will re-examine several controversial trial verdicts in July as part of a new multi-part special.
The four-night event, The Jury Speaks, will focus on such high-profile cases as "The People v. Michael Jackson," "The People v. O.J. Simpson," "The People v. George Zimmerman" and "The People v. Robert Durst" through interviews with the jurors involved in those trials to uncover what really happened inside the courtroom, said network officials.
Each juror will reveal what led them to their decision, if their vote would change today and how the aftermath of their verdicts subjected them to public ridicule, harassment and scorn, said Oxygen.
“The Jury Speaks is a fantastic addition to our diverse slate of true crime programming offering viewers a fresh perspective on some of the most highly publicized trials in American history,” said Rod Aissa, Executive Vice President, Original Programming and Development, Oxygen Media in a statement. “The series will allow viewers to hear straight from the people whose decisions ignited controversy and sparked a heated debate at the water coolers and in homes across America.”