Conviction is an American legal drama television series created by Liz Friedlander and Liz Friedman for ABC.
Former First Daughter Hayes Morrison is blackmailed into heading the Conviction Integrity Unit, a department of the New York Country District Attorney's Office comprising lawyers, detectives, and forensic experts who re-examine cases where there is suspicion of wrongful conviction. The team has only five days to prove each case.
Why It Was Cancelled Edit
The series gained a rather poor reception among critics and viewers, which led to declining ratings.