Cold Case Episodes

2003, TV Show

Cold Case episodes

Nov 24, 2010: Breaking News
May 02, 2010: Shattered
May 02, 2010: Almost Paradise
Apr 11, 2010: Free Love
Apr 04, 2010: Bullet
Mar 28, 2010: The Last Drive-in
Mar 21, 2010: Flashover
Mar 14, 2010: One Fall
Feb 28, 2010: Two Weddings
Feb 21, 2010: Metamorphosis
Feb 14, 2010: Bombers
Jan 17, 2010: The Runaway Bunny
Jan 10, 2010: The Good Soldier
Dec 13, 2009: Iced
Dec 06, 2009: Forensics
Nov 22, 2009: Chinatown
Nov 15, 2009: Read Between the Lines
Nov 08, 2009: Dead Heat
Nov 01, 2009: WASP
Oct 25, 2009: Soul
Oct 11, 2009: Jurisprudence
Oct 04, 2009: Hoodrats
Sep 27, 2009: The Crossing
May 10, 2009: Into the Blue
May 03, 2009: The Long Blue Line
Apr 26, 2009: November 22
Apr 12, 2009: Stealing Home
Mar 29, 2009: Libertyville
Mar 22, 2009: Mind Games
Mar 15, 2009: Officer Down
Mar 08, 2009: Jackals
Feb 15, 2009: Witness Protection
Jan 25, 2009: The Brush Man
Jan 04, 2009: Lotto Fever
Dec 21, 2008: Wings
Nov 30, 2008: Street Money
Nov 23, 2008: Pin Up Girl
Nov 16, 2008: Triple Threat
Nov 09, 2008: One Small Step
Nov 02, 2008: The Dealer
Oct 26, 2008: Shore Leave
Oct 19, 2008: Roller Girl
Oct 12, 2008: Wednesday's Women
Oct 05, 2008: True Calling
Sep 28, 2008: Glory Days
May 04, 2008: Ghost of My Child
Apr 27, 2008: Slipping
Apr 13, 2008: Bad Reputation
Apr 06, 2008: The Road
Mar 30, 2008: Andy in C Minor
Feb 17, 2008: Spiders
Jan 06, 2008: Sabotage
Dec 09, 2007: Family 8108
Nov 25, 2007: Justice
Nov 18, 2007: Boy Crazy
Nov 11, 2007: It Takes a Village
Nov 04, 2007: World's End
Oct 28, 2007: Wunderkind
Oct 21, 2007: Thick as Thieves
Oct 14, 2007: Devil Music
Oct 07, 2007: Running Around
Sep 30, 2007: That Woman
Sep 23, 2007: Thrill Kill
May 06, 2007: Stalker
Apr 29, 2007: The Good Death
Apr 15, 2007: Cargo
Apr 08, 2007: Torn
Apr 01, 2007: Stand Up and Holler
Mar 25, 2007: Offender
Mar 18, 2007: A Dollar, a Dream
Mar 11, 2007: Shuffle, Ball Change
Mar 04, 2007: The Good-bye Room
Feb 18, 2007: Blood on the Tracks
Jan 28, 2007: 8:03 AM
Jan 14, 2007: Blackout
Jan 07, 2007: Knuckle Up
Dec 10, 2006: The Red and the Blue
Dec 03, 2006: Forever Blue
Nov 19, 2006: Lonely Hearts
Nov 12, 2006: Fireflies
Nov 05, 2006: The Key
Oct 29, 2006: Static
Oct 22, 2006: Saving Sammy
Oct 15, 2006: Baby Blues
Oct 08, 2006: Sandhogs
Oct 01, 2006: The War at Home
Sep 24, 2006: Rampage
May 21, 2006: Joseph
May 07, 2006: The River
Apr 30, 2006: The Hen House
Apr 16, 2006: Death Penalty: Final Appeal
Apr 09, 2006: Beautiful Little Fool
Apr 02, 2006: Willkommen
Mar 26, 2006: Superstar
Mar 19, 2006: One Night
Mar 12, 2006: Sanctuary
Feb 26, 2006: Dog Day Afternoons
Jan 29, 2006: Debut
Jan 15, 2006: Detention
Jan 08, 2006: 8 Years
Dec 18, 2005: Frank's Best
Nov 27, 2005: A Perfect Day
Nov 20, 2005: Honor
Nov 13, 2005: Start-Up
Oct 30, 2005: Saving Patrick Bubley
Oct 23, 2005: Committed
Oct 16, 2005: Colors
Oct 09, 2005: Bad Night
Oct 02, 2005: The Promise
Sep 25, 2005: Family
May 22, 2005: The Woods
May 08, 2005: Best Friends
May 01, 2005: Creatures of the Night
Apr 24, 2005: Kensington
Apr 03, 2005: Strange Fruit
Mar 27, 2005: Ravaged
Mar 20, 2005: Schadenfreude
Mar 13, 2005: Revenge
Mar 06, 2005: Wishing
Feb 20, 2005: Revolution
Jan 30, 2005: Time to Crime
Jan 16, 2005: Yo, Adrian
Jan 09, 2005: Blank Generation
Dec 19, 2004: Discretion
Nov 28, 2004: Mind Hunter
Nov 21, 2004: Red Glare
Nov 14, 2004: It's Raining Men
Nov 07, 2004: The Sleepover
Oct 31, 2004: Who's Your Daddy?
Oct 24, 2004: The House
Oct 17, 2004: Daniela
Oct 10, 2004: Factory Girls
Oct 03, 2004: The Badlands
May 23, 2004: Lover's Lane
May 02, 2004: The Plan
Apr 25, 2004: Maternal Instincts
Apr 18, 2004: Greed
Apr 04, 2004: Late Returns
Mar 28, 2004: Resolutions
Mar 14, 2004: The Lost Soul of Herman Lester
Mar 07, 2004: Volunteers
Feb 22, 2004: Disco Inferno
Feb 15, 2004: The Boy in the Box
Jan 25, 2004: The Letter
Jan 18, 2004: Glued
Jan 11, 2004: Hubris
Dec 21, 2003: The Hitchhiker
Dec 07, 2003: Sherry Darlin'
Nov 30, 2003: Fly Away
Nov 16, 2003: A Time to Hate
Nov 09, 2003: Love Conquers Al
Oct 26, 2003: The Runner
Oct 19, 2003: Churchgoing People
Oct 12, 2003: Our Boy Is Back
Oct 05, 2003: Gleen
Sep 28, 2003: Look Again

Breaking News Season 6, Episode 13

The 1988 murder of a reporter is reinvestigated when previously unseen TV footage indicates she was gathering evidence against a plastics company whose employees were being exposed to dangerous levels of asbestos. Her primary source for the information was an employee of the company. read more

Shattered Season 7, Episode 22

Conclusion. The seventh-season finale sees Lilly searching for her abducted sister (Nicki Aycox). Meanwhile, Jeffries attempts to solve a murder involving a teenage girl that has haunted him for 17 years. Music by the Rolling Stones is featured. read more

Almost Paradise Season 7, Episode 21

Part 1 of 2. The 1989 death of a prom queen who was the victim of a potentially deliberate hit-and-run accident is investigated. Meanwhile, Lilly's troubled sister (Nicki Aycox) shows up, but Lilly refuses her dad's request to give her a second chance. read more

Free Love Season 7, Episode 20

The 1969 murder of a soldier at Woodstock is investigated. The probe reveals that the victim was between tours in Vietnam. During the inquiry, Lilly becomes attracted to a FBI agent working the case. Meanwhile, Vera helps his former girlfriend locate jewelry stolen from her home. read more

Bullet Season 7, Episode 19

Conclusion. A serial killer is identified, and Lilly and the FBI attempt to protect his likely future targets while tracking him down. read more

The Last Drive-in Season 7, Episode 18

Part 1 of 2. A murder is linked to a serial killer who has apparently been inactive for 27 years. Involved in the investigation is an FBI agent (Susanna Thompson) who has been tracking the killer for 30 years and who was responsible for breaking up Stillman's marriage years ago. read more

Flashover Season 7, Episode 17

The team searches for Vera when he goes missing, and they reinvestigate a 2006 arson-homicide case that Vera obsessed over in recent weeks. The music of Pink Floyd is featured. read more

One Fall Season 7, Episode 16

The 1986 murder of a dock worker who moonlighted as a wrestler is investigated. Meanwhile, Valens follows a lead that could result in the capture of his mother's rapist. read more

Two Weddings Season 7, Episode 15

Lilly and the team attend a colleague's wedding and are persuaded by Jeffries to investigate whether the bride killed her former fiancé two years earlier---just hours after he called off their nuptials. read more

Metamorphosis Season 7, Episode 14

The 1971 death of a teen aerialist who fell during a dangerous circus performance is investigated. New evidence suggests her fall wasn't an accident. Music by the Doors is featured throughout the episode. read more

Bombers Season 7, Episode 13

The 1983 murder of a graffiti artist who died after spray paint was forced down his throat is investigated. Meanwhile, new details emerge about the person who mugged Valen's mother; and Lilly faces additional legal hurdles thrown her way by Moe. read more

The Runaway Bunny Season 7, Episode 12

The 1974 murder of a private investigator is probed after his body is discovered in the cement foundation of a demolished building. The investigation reveals the victim uncovered damaging information about his last few clients and that he hired a tough associate to provide muscle during his final investigation. read more

The Good Soldier Season 7, Episode 11

The 2005 murder of an Army recruiter who was killed just two days before his scheduled deployment to Iraq is reinvestigated after a soldier comes forward with new evidence. read more

Iced Season 7, Episode 10

The 1980 murder of a minor-league hockey player is investigated. The victim was killed on his team's home rink the night the U.S. hockey team defeated the Soviet Union in the Olympic Games. The music of Bob Seger is featured. read more

Forensics Season 7, Episode 9

The 1999 death of a high-school debate champion, which was originally ruled a suicide, is investigated after new evidence suggests he was murdered. The probe reveals the victim received a scholarship at a top private school and died shortly after losing a debate at the competitive campus. read more

Chinatown Season 7, Episode 8

The 1983 murder of a Chinese-American teen is reinvestigated. The case was originally handled by Stillman. The probe reveals the victim's girlfriend was killed by Chinese gang members three months earlier at a festival and that the dead man may have been seeking revenge. read more

Read Between the Lines Season 7, Episode 7

The 1991 murder of a 14-year-old girl in foster care who was a promising rapper is investigated. The probe reveals the victim lived in a gang-infested neighborhood and was recently placed, along with her sister, with new foster parents. read more

Dead Heat Season 7, Episode 6

The 1986 murder of a jockey is investigated after his body is discovered in a mass grave for horses. The victim disappeared shortly after losing a race that he had planned to be his finale before retiring. The music of Santana is featured throughout the episode. read more

WASP Season 7, Episode 5

The 1944 murder of a female pilot who flew noncombat missions for the U.S. during World War II is investigated. The victim was part of a civilian program that assisted the Army and Air Force. Meanwhile, the man who ran Lilly's car off a road is released from prison on bail. read more

Soul Season 7, Episode 4

The 1970 murder of a musician who was instrumental in creating the Philadelphia soul sound is reinvestigated. The victim tried to keep his involvement in the music scene from his strict minister father. Meanwhile, Lilly meets her teen stepbrother, Finn. read more

Jurisprudence Season 7, Episode 3

The 2004 murder of a teen at a juvenile detention center is investigated. The boy was wrongly sent to the facility and was killed before Valens could get him released. Meanwhile, Lilly reconnects with former flame Eddie Saccardo (Bobby Cannavale), a narcotics officer. read more

Hoodrats Season 7, Episode 2

The 1995 murder of a runaway 17-year-old boy who was known for his outstanding skateboarding skills is investigated. read more

The Crossing Season 7, Episode 1

The seventh season opens with the team investigating the 1966 shipboard murder of a young woman traveling in steerage on a luxury ocean liner who was believed to have committed suicide by jumping overboard. But new evidence indicates otherwise. Meanwhile, the trial of a military academy official who attempted to harm Lilly begins. read more

Into the Blue Season 6, Episode 23

Conclusion. The sixth season ends with the investigation of a female cadet's 2005 murder at a local military academy, where she was resented for being the first female cadet. The case dredges up unpleasant memories for Lilly, who recalls her own difficult journey to become the first female homicide detective in Philadelphia. The music of Pearl Jam is featured. read more

The Long Blue Line Season 6, Episode 22

Part 1 of 2. The 2005 murder of a local military academy's first female cadet is investigated after her body is discovered in a buried foot locker. The probe reveals that the victim was cruelly treated by resentful male cadets and school administrators, as well as hateful alumni. The music of Pearl Jam is featured. read more

November 22 Season 6, Episode 21

The 1963 shooting death of a wandering pool hustler is reinvestigated when the murder weapon is discovered at a pool hall during a renovation. The probe reveals the victim played there just days before he died and that he was gunned down on the same day President Kennedy was assassinated. read more

Stealing Home Season 6, Episode 20

The 1999 murder of a former Cuban baseball star who escaped to the U.S. to pursue a major-league career and provide for his family is reinvestigated. The probe reveals that the Cuban government took drastic action against him for speaking to a U.S. sports agent. Meanwhile, Lilly's department plays its annual softball game. read more

Libertyville Season 6, Episode 19

The 1958 murder of a newlywed real-estate developer who pioneered the lucrative idea of developing suburban communities with affordable houses is reinvestigated when new evidence suggests that he wasn't killed where his body was found. Also: Lilly dines with her father. read more

Mind Games Season 6, Episode 18

A psychiatrist's 2004 death is reinvestigated to determine if one of her patients killed her by arson. Damaging notes from the suspect, now homeless and a paranoid schizophrenic, fuel the reexamination. John Lennon songs are featured throughout the episode. read more

Officer Down Season 6, Episode 17

Jeffries is shot when he stops into a neighborhood convenience store on his way home. The elderly owner of the store is also shot. Jeffries' colleagues fight back their emotions as they search for the escaped gunman. read more

Jackals Season 6, Episode 16

The 1976 murder of a 17-year-old honor-roll student is reinvestigated after a photo reveals that she was connected to a notorious motorcycle gang. read more

Witness Protection Season 6, Episode 15

Lilly searches for a missing teen who is in the witness protection program. Meanwhile, she investigates the murder of the boy's father, which occurred five months earlier---just before he was to testify against a mob boss. read more

The Brush Man Season 6, Episode 14

The 1967 murder of a brush salesman is investigated when his body is discovered at the bottom of a duck pond. The probe reveals that the victim knew secrets about the people in his territory, and some of them were afraid he would disclose those secrets. read more

Lotto Fever Season 6, Episode 12

The 2007 murder of an auto mechanic who won $8 million in the state lottery is reinvestigated. Meanwhile, the evolving relationship between Valens and Frankie hits a major roadblock. read more

Wings Season 6, Episode 11

The 1960 murder of a stewardess who was attempting to organize a union is investigated, and the probe uncovers several hostile suspects who strongly resented her. Songs of Frank Sinatra are featured. read more

Street Money Season 6, Episode 10

Reinvestigating the 2005 murder of a black politician who vowed to rid his old neighborhood of drug dealers. read more

Pin Up Girl Season 6, Episode 9

The 1953 murder of a famous pinup girl is reinvestigated when a fan brings in a crime-scene photo that sheds new light on the case. read more

Triple Threat Season 6, Episode 8

The 1989 murder of a Russian opera prodigy who defected with her family to the U.S. before the fall of the Berlin Wall is reinvestigated. The case has significance for Vera because he was a rookie cop at the time and remembers the family seeking political asylum at the police station. read more

One Small Step Season 6, Episode 7

The 1969 murder of a 12-year-old boy is reinvestigated when new evidence is discovered by the police officer who originally worked the case. The probe begins after a toy rocket with the victim's name on it is given to the now-retired cop who handled the investigation. read more

The Dealer Season 6, Episode 6

The 1981 murder of a single mother who disappeared is investigated when her body is found in the trunk of a car. The probe reveals the victim worked at a run-down car dealership and that several of her coworkers resented her. read more

Shore Leave Season 6, Episode 5

The 1951 murder of a marine who was reported AWOL on his last night of shore leave is reinvestigated. The new probe reveals that the victim was defending a fellow soldier on the night of his death. read more

Roller Girl Season 6, Episode 4

The 1978 death of a teen roller skater who was found in a ravine is reinvestigated when a new witness comes forward. read more

Wednesday's Women Season 6, Episode 3

Will and Kat travel to Mississippi to investigate the 1964 death of a Philadelphia woman who was secretly involved in helping bring supplies to the state's Freedom Schools, which educated black children. The victim's body was discovered in Pennsylvania. She was thought to have been involved in a hit-and-run accident, but new evidence, including a threatening letter, points to murder. read more

True Calling Season 6, Episode 2

The 1991 death of an inner-city schoolteacher is reinvestigated when new evidence indicates she may have been murdered instead of dying accidentally during a carjacking that got out of control. read more

Glory Days Season 6, Episode 1

The sixth season begins with the reinvestigation of a college-football star's murder in 1973 on the eve of a championship game. The unsolved case is reopened when new evidence suggests he was killed earlier than previously assumed. The probe also reveals the victim may have been involved with steroids. read more

Ghost of My Child Season 5, Episode 18

In the fifth-season finale, a former drug addict claims to have seen her son---who supposedly perished in an apartment fire three years earlier---playing in a park. Priscilla Chapin: Nicholle Tom. James McElroy: Erik Van Wyck. Victor Martinez: Julio Oscar Mechoso. Franklin Palmer: Chandler Parker. Eddie: Bobby Cannavale. read more

Slipping Season 5, Episode 17

The 1962 death of a woman who was thought to have committed suicide is investigated after new evidence brought in by the deceased's granddaughter proves she was murdered. read more

Bad Reputation Season 5, Episode 16

The 1997 murder of an ex-con is investigated when the victim's severed hand is discovered during a drug bust. The arrested drug dealer claims he found the ex-con already dead, cut off the hand and disposed of the victim's body. He used the hand to sell fingerprints. read more

The Road Season 5, Episode 15

Lilly and Valens travel to West Virginia to escort back to Philadelphia a suspected murderer who is believed to have abducted a woman from her 2007 engagement party and then killed her. read more

Andy in C Minor Season 5, Episode 14

A deaf teen, who was thought only to be missing since 2006, is discovered to have been murdered when his blood is found in a storage room at the high school for the deaf he attended. read more

Spiders Season 5, Episode 13

The 1998 murder of a 17-year-old girl is reinvestigated after her drunken father is arrested for beating a 3-year-old girl. The probe reveals the dad's abuse, but it also uncovers information that the victim ran away with a neo-Nazi ex-con shortly before her death. read more

Sabotage Season 5, Episode 12

Lily and the team try to capture a serial bomber whose attempt to kill a man with a pipe bomb failed, but did seriously injure another person. The investigation reveals the bomber is responsible for murdering two other victims and blinding a third one in three previous bombings. read more

Family 8108 Season 5, Episode 11

The 1945 murder of a Japanese-American man who moved his family to Philadelphia after he was released from a California internment camp is investigated; and Lily tries to get Stillman to withdraw his retirement papers. read more

Justice Season 5, Episode 10

The 1982 murder of a popular college student is reinvestigated after “rapist” is written on the dead man's gravestone. The probe reveals the victim was accused of date-rape by several former students before he was fatally shot, but their initial complaints were ignored by the police and the college-administration staff. read more

Boy Crazy Season 5, Episode 9

The 1963 death of a teen girl who dressed and acted like a boy is investigated to determine if she committed suicide or was murdered. Meanwhile, the consequences of Internal Affairs' probe of Valens are revealed. read more

It Takes a Village Season 5, Episode 8

The murders of three boys who disappeared between 1999 and 2003 are investigated after their bodies are found in separate storage units belonging to the same person. In addition, the body of a newly missing boy is discovered in yet another unit. read more

World's End Season 5, Episode 7

The murder of a woman who vanished in 1938 during Orson Welles' “War of the Worlds” radio broadcast is investigated when her body turns up in a well. The probe reveals the victim's family prepared to outrun the aliens they believed were invading the U.S. read more

Wunderkind Season 5, Episode 6

The 1992 unsolved murder of a 14-year-old inner-city math genius is reinvestigated. The victim was shot after his 16-year-old half brother exploited the boy's abilities, such as counting cards and opening safes, for illegal gain with a local gang. read more

Thick as Thieves Season 5, Episode 5

An unidentified woman who has been in a coma since she was shot in 1989 dies. Her unsolved case is reinvestigated and it's learned that she was a grifter who had a male partner and many vengeful victims. read more

Devil Music Season 5, Episode 4

The unsolved 1953 murder of an aspiring 19-year-old rock-and-roll singer is reinvestigated after new evidence indicates he was killed in his uncle's five-and-dime store and not in an alley behind a blues club where his body was found. read more

Running Around Season 5, Episode 3

The 2006 murder of an Amish teen who left home to visit Philadelphia as part of rumspringa, an Amish rite of passage, is reinvestigated when the victim's sister arrives to look for her. read more

That Woman Season 5, Episode 2

Lilly reopens the 1998 murder investigation of an allegedly promiscuous 15-year-old girl who was beaten to death. The case is given new life when the victim's tank top is discovered in an abandoned van. Mackenzie Phillips guest stars. read more

Thrill Kill Season 5, Episode 1

The fifth season begins with Lilly returning to work just weeks after being shot. She reopens a 1994 triple-murder case in which three boys were beaten to death. Two teens were convicted of the crimes but Lilly suspects they may have been innocent. Features songs by Nirvana. read more

Stalker Season 4, Episode 24

A suicidal killer takes the entire cold-case team hostage while they investigate the murder of a family. read more

The Good Death Season 4, Episode 23

The 1998 death of a terminally ill man who died months before he was expected to is investigated after a nurse confesses to six so-called mercy killings. Ellen: Meredith Baxter. read more

Cargo Season 4, Episode 22

The 2005 murder of a longshoreman who accidentally became involved in a human-trafficking ring run by the Russian mob is investigated. Ellen: Meredith Baxter. read more

Torn Season 4, Episode 21

The 1919 death of a young suffragette, who was willing to use any means necessary to further women's rights, is investigated. read more

Stand Up and Holler Season 4, Episode 20

The 1997 murder of a 16-year-old girl is investigated after an anonymous confession is discovered in a modern-art exhibit. The probe leads the detectives into the cutthroat world of high-school cheerleading. read more

Offender Season 4, Episode 19

A father pushes a registered sex offender off of a building and threatens to kill a different sex offender each day until the cold-case unit solves his son's 1987 rape and murder. read more

A Dollar, a Dream Season 4, Episode 18

The 1999 murder of a homeless woman, whose body is found at the bottom of a river in a station wagon, is investigated. The probe reveals the car wasn't just a vehicle to the woman and her family, it was their home. read more

Shuffle, Ball Change Season 4, Episode 17

The 1984 murder of a teenager is investigated after his body is found in a Dumpster. The probe reveals the boy dreamed of becoming a dancer and auditioning for a performing-arts school, but his blue-collar father was vehemently against it. read more

The Good-bye Room Season 4, Episode 16

Lilly investigates the 1964 murder of a 17-year-old girl who was sent by her parents to a home for unwed mothers, where she gave birth to a girl. The next day the teen was killed. The case is reopened when the victim's daughter comes forward, having just learned that she was adopted and that her biological mother was slain. The probe reveals the girl died in a field near the home after being hit on the head with a blunt object. read more

Blood on the Tracks Season 4, Episode 15

Lilly investigates the deaths of a married couple who perished in 1981 when a supposedly accidental gas-leak explosion set their house on fire. The case is reopened when fragments of a bomb are discovered at the house during renovations. The investigation reveals the victims were involved in violent antiwar activities during the Vietnam War. Back at headquarters, Stillman takes care of his 4-year-old grandson. read more

8:03 AM Season 4, Episode 14

Two teens, one a preppy 13-year-old Chestnut Hill girl, the other a 15-year-old North Philadelphia boy who is a drug dealer, are both shot to death on the same January day in 2002 at 8:03 A.M., outside of different schools. The cold cases haunt Miller because it's the fifth anniversary of the shootings and she was the one who found the dying boy. She believes the cases are connected, but Lilly doubts that they are related. read more

Blackout Season 4, Episode 13

Lilly investigates the 1996 murder of a wealthy divorced woman who was found dead in her ex-husband's indoor swimming pool. The original investigation ruled the death accidental, but new evidence suggests it was a homicide. It's also learned that the victim died during a citywide blackout and that she was terrified of the dark. In addition, the victim was a bitter woman and hated by most of her family members. read more

Knuckle Up Season 4, Episode 12

Lilly investigates the murder of a 17-year-old prep-school student who disappeared in early 2006 and whose body is found stuffed in an oil drum outside an abandoned warehouse in a drug-infested part of the city. The investigation reveals the victim was involved in a fight club with some other students from his school. Also, Vera pays a parking ticket for his neighbor and later asks her out on a date. read more

The Red and the Blue Season 4, Episode 11

Lilly and Valens travel to Nashville and Knoxville to investigate the 2000 murder of a country-music singer who was gunned down outside of a Philadelphia bar where he and his band had recently played. The unsolved case is reopened when the gun used in the homicide turns up. The investigation reveals there was tension between the three band members and also between the victim and his estranged wife who lives in Tennessee. read more

Forever Blue Season 4, Episode 10

The unsolved 1968 murder of a policeman is reinvestigated when a dying inmate claims he took a brick of heroin from the slain officer's patrol car shortly after the victim was gunned down in the same vehicle. The probe reveals the cop put the heat on a neighborhood drug dealer who had other officers on his payroll. The victim also had a reputation as a womanizer. read more

Lonely Hearts Season 4, Episode 9

A homely 33-year-old woman is gunned down in an alley in 1989 and her unsolved murder is reinvestigated when a tape of the victim, made for a dating service, turns up in a suicide victim's apartment. Apparently, it was what the man was watching when he killed himself. The probe reveals the man was a con artist who dated lonely women in order to rob them of their life savings. Also, Vera moves into an apartment of his own. read more

Fireflies Season 4, Episode 8

The 1975 disappearance of an 8-year-old girl who was never found is reinvestigated after a note written by the girl shortly before she vanished turns up. The probe reveals the white victim was best friends with a black girl who had recently moved into the neighborhood. Their friendship rattled many in the predominantly white neighborhood and the girls quickly became targets of hatred. read more

The Key Season 4, Episode 7

The 1979 murder of a schoolteacher who was stabbed to death in a wooded area is reopened when the victim's bloodstained jacket is found stuffed in a tree trunk with a happy-face key chain in a pocket. The case was originally investigated by Jeffries when he was a rookie detective. The probe reveals the victim died two months after attending a key party she left with a neighbor, a man with whom she had an affair. read more

Static Season 4, Episode 6

The apparent 1958 suicide of a popular rock-and-roll DJ is reinvestigated after a documentary filmmaker discovers a tape recording made at the time of the victim's death by gunshot at his radio station. The probe reveals the victim had enemies, from angry parents who didn't approve of the music he played to record-company hucksters trying to bribe him to play records. Also, Valens tries to get his brother to testify against a suspected pedophile. read more

Saving Sammy Season 4, Episode 5

The parents of an autistic boy are gunned down in their car while on their way to get takeout. The 2003 case is reopened when Joseph informs Lilly that the boy, now in a state institution, blurts out a specific number whenever the parents are mentioned. It's soon learned the boy was in the car when the murders occurred, but he's unable to identify the killer. In a more personal matter, Ray tells Lilly he's leaving for California and wants her to come with him. read more

Baby Blues Season 4, Episode 4

A 6-month-old girl's 1982 death, originally ruled to be a result of sudden-infant-death syndrome, is investigated when new evidence reveals the baby may have drowned. The probe reveals the girl's parents divorced shortly after her death and that the father didn't want to have another baby. Also, Lilly learns that Ray is in the hospital after apparently being beaten. read more

Sandhogs Season 4, Episode 3

The 1948 death of a miner is investigated after transit workers find his body in a service tunnel five stories below a river while expanding the subway system. The probe reveals that the man was a union leader who may have butted heads with management in a labor dispute. The deceased was also a married white man in love with a widowed black woman. Also, Lilly feels uncomfortable when Joseph tells her that he loves her. read more

The War at Home Season 4, Episode 2

A 2004 case in which an Iraq War veteran abruptly disappeared is reopened after the missing woman's prosthetic arm is found in the Delaware River. The probe reveals that the victim lost her arm during an attack in Iraq and felt responsible for the death of a friend killed in the ambush. The woman's husband becomes a leading suspect, but he claims he loved his wife, even though she came back from the war a much changed person. read more

Rampage Season 4, Episode 1

Lilly investigates a 1995 shooting spree at a mall in which two teen boys killed 15 people before committing suicide. The case is reopened when a video of the crimes is found and it suggests that a third shooter was involved. Elsewhere, Stillman asks Valens to investigate whether Valens' brother may have been molested by a boxing coach in the 1980s. read more

Joseph Season 3, Episode 23

Lilly reopens the 2005 murder of a man who was a counselor to troubled teens at a rehab house. The victim was killed by a shotgun blast through his front door just two weeks before he was to testify in court about a murder he witnessed at the rehab house. During the probe, Lilly feels a strange connection to the dead man, and it clouds her judgment in the case to the point of perhaps compromising the investigation. read more

The River Season 3, Episode 22

The 1984 murder of an emergency-room doctor who was shot in the chest in an alley is reinvestigated after a former junkie comes forward with new information. The woman claims she saw a white man shoot the victim, but a homeless black man was arrested for the crime after he was found wearing the dead man's shoes. The probe reveals that the doctor had a gambling problem and was broke. Also, Valens takes action when a suspected child molester is spotted in a park. read more

The Hen House Season 3, Episode 21

The unsolved 1945 death of a woman reporter thrown in front of a train during an alleged robbery is reopened when new evidence suggests she was murdered by someone she knew. The investigation reveals that the victim made enemies on her job at a city newspaper and that she was in love with a concentration-camp survivor. On the night of her death, she planned to meet someone, possibly her killer, at the train station. Also, Jeffries is disciplined and put on desk duty. read more

Death Penalty: Final Appeal Season 3, Episode 20

The 1994 rape and murder of a 16-year-old girl is reinvestigated after a death-row inmate convicted of the crimes who is scheduled to be executed in three days calls Jeffries claiming that he's innocent. His statement is given weight by the fact that the arresting officer in the case just committed suicide because he was about to be exposed as a dirty cop. The convict claims the officer framed him. read more

Beautiful Little Fool Season 3, Episode 19

A woman's body is found in a ravine on Christmas Day in 1929. Lilly decides to reinvestigate the unsolved crime after the victim's great-granddaughter comes in and asks for help in solving the murder. Lilly partly takes on the case to distance herself from her mother (Meredith Baxter), who shows up to tell Lilly that she is getting married and that she wants Lilly to be her maid of honor. As for the case, it's learned the victim had a baby out of wedlock and needed money to support the child. read more

Willkommen Season 3, Episode 18

An actor appearing in a local production of “Cabaret” is shot and killed on opening night in 2002 outside of the theater. The case is reinvestigated after a gun, the same caliber used in the murder, is found in a dresser that was a prop in the play. The probe reveals that the victim, engaged to be married, may have been falling in love with his leading lady and that he made the mistake of standing up to the show's demeaning director. read more

Superstar Season 3, Episode 17

A rising female tennis player is strangled to death in her college dorm room in 1973 after defeating the school's top-ranked male player in a “Battle of the Sexes” fund-raiser. Lilly reinvestigates the case when the victim's sister brings in new evidence that suggests her sibling may have been poisoned earlier. Also, Vera's wife tells him that their 12-year marriage is over. read more

One Night Season 3, Episode 16

A man who calls himself John Doe comes into the station and tells Lilly that he abducted and buried a 17-year-old boy alive in 1980. At first, Lilly doesn't know whether to believe him or not. But after she realizes he is telling the truth, she comes to a horrific conclusion: the man has abducted another victim, who may still be buried alive. read more

Sanctuary Season 3, Episode 15

The 1998 murder of a young Colombian woman who was a drug mule is reinvestigated when the victim's handler is arrested after returning to Philadelphia for his brother's wedding. Lilly soon learns that Valens knew the victim because he worked undercover on a drug case in which the dead woman was involved. read more

Dog Day Afternoons Season 3, Episode 14

Lilly investigates the 2000 murder of a bank teller, who was gunned down during a robbery by thieves wearing Johnny Cash masks and carrying sawed-off shotguns, after the same bank is hit again by robbers wearing similar masks and equipped with identical weapons. The probe reveals that the victim may have known her killer. Back at headquarters, a man from Lilly's past shows up and wants to rekindle their relationship. read more

Debut Season 3, Episode 13

The 1968 death of an 18-year-old girl who apparently fell down a flight of stairs backstage at a debutante ball is investigated after her mother comes forward with new information. A local art dealer, who back in 1968 escorted the victim at the ball, is accused of killing his wife by pushing her down the steps. The mother believes it isn't a coincidence that both victims died in the same way. Lilly becomes convinced, too, but there isn't any evidence to prove it. read more

Detention Season 3, Episode 12

The apparent 1994 suicide of a high-school student who fell from the school's roof after serving detention with three other students is reinvestigated when new information is discovered. At the time of the victim's death, a scrap of paper thought to be a suicide note was found next to the body. But now an additional piece of paper is found that indicates the victim thought his life was in danger. read more

8 Years Season 3, Episode 11

In 1988, a young man is gunned down on a highway after his car is hit from behind and a woman riding with him is wounded. The case was thought to be a routine carjacking until the woman disappeared from the hospital where she was being treated. In 2006, the probe is reopened when the woman is spotted in Atlantic City and she's brought in for questioning. The investigation reveals that the woman and the married victim were having an affair and planned to run away with each other. read more

Frank's Best Season 3, Episode 10

Valens reopens the 2001 murder case of a deli owner who was slain in his place of business and robbed. The victim's coworker was convicted of the crimes, but the man's brother brings forth new evidence that points to his sibling's innocence. Meanwhile, Vera cares for an abandoned baby and the department gets a new detective, Kat Miller (Tracie Thoms). read more

A Perfect Day Season 3, Episode 9

Lilly investigates the 1965 death of a 4-year-old girl after the child's battered body is discovered by a man fishing in a nearby river. The investigation turns up evidence that the girl's mother was an abused wife and that her husband was a cop. The probe also reveals that the girl may have had a sibling. read more

Honor Season 3, Episode 8

The 1973 murder of a Vietnam prisoner of war who was slain seven months after he returned home is reopened after a box of POW bracelets with the victim's name on them turns up in the cellar of a drug house. The investigation reveals that the soldier had difficulty adjusting to life back home and may have gotten into drugs. Stillman, who served in Vietnam, takes the case personally and becomes determined to find the killer. read more

Start-Up Season 3, Episode 7

The 1999 case of a 24-year-old woman who was the co-CEO of a start-up Internet company who was found dead in a rowing scull on a city river. Lilly reopens the case when a threatening letter addressed to the woman turns up on a computer that was donated to a school. The investigation reveals that the woman's company was losing millions and that she wasn't well liked by her employees. Meanwhile, Valens believes a man who threw a woman into a river from a bridge may have killed Elisa as well. read more

Saving Patrick Bubley Season 3, Episode 6

Four of five teen brothers are gunned down separately over a six-year period, beginning in 1999. After the latest shooting, Lilly reopens the other three unsolved cases and recalls that the 1999 murder was her first homicide investigation. The probe reveals that the brothers were involved with dangerous gangs and that revenge may have played a factor in their deaths. read more

Committed Season 3, Episode 5

Lilly investigates the 1954 murder of a woman who was allegedly bludgeoned to death shortly after being released from an asylum. The case is reopened after an elderly woman dies and her estranged son claims the deceased is not his mother. The probe reveals that his mom was the 1954 victim. She was committed to the asylum after nearly killing herself and her son in a house fire that she set. Also, Valens learns the truth about Josie's past. read more

Colors Season 3, Episode 4

A 20-year-old Negro League All-Star player is beaten to death outside of Connie Mack Stadium in 1945 with his own bat after hitting the game-winning home run against an all-white major-league team. The case is reopened after Jeffries' grandson inquires about the murder. The investigation reveals that the victim had a run-in with a racist white player after the game and with a threatening black player before the contest. Jackie Robinson: Antonio Todd. Satchel Paige: Dennis Singletary. read more

Bad Night Season 3, Episode 3

Lilly reopens a 1978 case in which a young man was stabbed to death outside a theater where the slasher flick “Halloween” was playing. At the time, the unsolved murder was thought to have been committed by a copycat killer influenced by the film. But when the victim's mother comes forth with new evidence, Lilly doesn't buy the copycat angle. Shortly before the man died, he proposed to a friend who was paralyzed. His mother believes that proposal led to his death. read more

The Promise Season 3, Episode 2

Lilly investigates the 2004 death of an 18-year-old woman who was killed in a frat-house fire. A picture the girl took with her phone shortly before she died shows her being held down and alcohol being forced down her throat. The overweight girl was humiliated by the frat guys and one of them may have killed her. The probe leads to a city councilman who was there that night. read more

Family Season 3, Episode 1

Lilly reopens the 1988 murder of a teen who died on his graduation day after being run down by an unknown driver. The probe is prompted after the victim's daughter, who was abandoned at birth and is now a teen herself, is confronted by a man who claims to be her real father and wants to take her away. Joining the investigation is Josie Sutton (Sarah Brown), a detective who transfers to the cold-case unit following an alleged sex scandal. read more

The Woods Season 2, Episode 23

Lilly tracks a serial killer who eluded her months earlier. The chase begins after nine human skulls are found in the backyard of an abandoned house where a blind woman, whose killer was never found, was murdered in 1972. The woman's 12-year-old son witnessed the crime, and now is believed to be a mass murderer. Making the case more eerie is the fact that the killer knows intimate details about Lilly's life, which he tries to use against her. read more

Best Friends Season 2, Episode 22

A bullet-riddled truck containing human bones is pulled from a river and it's believed that the remains are those of a 17-year-old girl who went missing in 1932. The investigation reveals that the girl was the sister of a bootlegger who happened to own the truck. It's also discovered that the white teen may have been in a relationship with a black girl who had another lover---the jealous type. Little Georgie: Marla Gibbs. Rose: Piper Laurie. Billie: Tessa Thompson. Curtis: Tom Bower. read more

Creatures of the Night Season 2, Episode 21

A convicted serial killer (Barry Bostwick) will be paroled after 25 years in prison unless Lilly and her team can connect him to the 1977 murder of a young doorman found strangled on a train platform. The killing is eerily similar to other murders committed by the man. Making the case more urgent is the fact that the convicted strangler hints that he will kill again upon release. Elsewhere, Scotty confronts Christina about her past and tries to get her to talk to a New York detective. read more

Kensington Season 2, Episode 20

Lilly reopens a 1985 murder case in which a mill worker was stabbed to death at a gas station in what was thought to be a petty robbery gone wrong. An inmate confesses that he stole the guy's money, but only after he pulled in and found the dead body. The investigation reveals that the murdered man had lost his job and was in financial trouble, which took a toll on his family and his friendships. Meanwhile, a New York City detective comes looking for Christina. read more

Strange Fruit Season 2, Episode 19

Jeffries reopens the 1963 murder of a black 16-year-old boy whose severely beaten body was found by the then 12-year-old Jeffries in a local park. The veteran detective believes the killing was racially motivated and may be linked to the fact that the boy's father supervised several white men who resented him at a nearby plant. Elsewhere, Valens' drinking becomes a problem on the job. read more

Ravaged Season 2, Episode 18

The 1995 death of an alcoholic mother that was originally ruled an accident is reinvestigated when her sister comes forward with new evidence that suggests foul play. The probe reveals that she had angry confrontations with several men the night she died. The case holds special meaning for Vera, who was once romantically involved with the deceased woman's sister. read more

Schadenfreude Season 2, Episode 17

Lilly investigates the 1982 murder of a surgeon's wife, a crime for which the doctor was sentenced to prison, after new evidence is found that seems to support his innocence. The probe gets under way after a woman who knew the victim is found overdosed in her home. She's wearing a ring that belonged to the surgeon and she fits the description of the woman he claimed ran from his house following the fatal shooting. read more

Revenge Season 2, Episode 16

Lilly investigates the 1998 death of a 9-year-old boy who drowned a month after being kidnapped from a department store and held for ransom. The probe reveals that the boy ended up in the home of a pedophile. The case is brought back to life when Stillman's brother, a priest, informs his sibling that a man involved in the abduction confessed to him in 1998, but was recently killed during a robbery attempt. read more

Wishing Season 2, Episode 15

Lilly investigates the 1993 death of a mentally challenged teen who was hit by a train, after drawings appear on his grave that indicate foul play might have been involved. The probe reveals that the boy's mother was dying of cancer at the time and that he was being partially cared for by a 19-year-old friend. Lilly also learns that the boy was a target of abuse at his school. Colin: Damien Midkiff. Nathan: Bryce Lenon. Josh: Charlie Babcock. Sarah: Jackie Swanson. read more

Revolution Season 2, Episode 14

The unsolved 1969 strangling death of a 19-year-old girl who was found dead in her boyfriend's apartment is reopened after the man, the chief suspect in the case and missing in Canada for 36 years, returns to attend his father's funeral. But he claims he's innocent and points the finger at the victim's former fiancé with whom she broke up to be with him. Also, Lilly confronts her sister, Christina, about seeing Valens. read more

Time to Crime Season 2, Episode 13

Lilly reopens the 1987 murder of a 6-year-old girl in a park who was apparently an innocent victim of a drive-by shooting spree. The probe gets under way when the assault weapon used in the crime suddenly reappears. The investigation suggests that the intended target was a brash young man who was playing basketball in the park at the time of the incident. Meanwhile, Lilly confronts Valens about him seeing her sister, Christina, and warns him about her past. read more

Yo, Adrian Season 2, Episode 12

The 1976 death of a boxer, who died immediately after going 15 rounds in a high-profile fight, is investigated after the referee admits that he took money to ensure that the match went the distance. The investigation reveals that the young boxer was in love with the ref's daughter, and the ref didn't think the fighter was good enough for her. Meanwhile, Valens still grieves for Elisa, but finds some comfort with another woman. read more

Blank Generation Season 2, Episode 11

Lilly investigates the 1978 poisoning of a 20-year-old man involved in a cult. His death was originally ruled a suicide, but his sister comes forward with new evidence that points to a deprogrammer her father had hired to kidnap him. Elsewhere, Valens gets some bad news regarding his girlfriend, Elisa. Matthew: Bug Hall. Alison: Susan Savage. Stewart: Paul Gleason. Maurice: Madison Mason. Nick: David A. Kimball. Beth: Kate McNeil. read more

Discretion Season 2, Episode 10

The widow of a slain Connecticut ADA, whose 2000 stabbing death in Philadelphia was never solved, asks that the case be reopened to clear her late husband's name after he's accused of having stolen money from the DA's office by a colleague running for state treasurer. The investigation reveals that the deceased was prosecuting a high-profile murder case at the time of his death, one that could have boosted his career. read more

Mind Hunter Season 2, Episode 9

The headless torso of a woman who disappeared in 1985, on the same day she filed domestic-abuse charges against her husband, is found by hikers in a wildlife preserve. The investigation quickly leads to the grisly discovery of eight more decapitated bodies, the victims of a serial killer. read more

Red Glare Season 2, Episode 8

The 1953 murder of a white school teacher, a communist sympathizer who was involved in civil-rights issues, is reopened after the victim's youngest son asks for it to be reinvestigated. The probe reveals that the slain man was killed on the same day that the Rosenbergs were executed and was set to testify the next day before the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Also, Lilly's estranged sister (Nicki Aycox) unexpectedly shows up. Sealey: Orson Bean. read more

It's Raining Men Season 2, Episode 7

Lilly reopens a 1983 murder case in which a gay man was beaten and strangled to death shortly after learning that he had infected his lover with HIV. The investigation reveals that the man had made quite a few enemies in his zealous efforts to educate people about the virus. Jeff: Chad Donella. Artie: Jay Karnes. Russ: Pete Gardner. Paul: Albie Selznick. Barney: Michael Kagan. Carlo: Randy Mulkey. Vince: Cliff Weissman. read more

The Sleepover Season 2, Episode 6

Lilly reopens a 1990 murder case in which a prep-school girl with bizarre markings on her body was found dead in a local swimming hole, after a present-day victim with similar markings is discovered at the same place. The investigation reveals that the victim of the earlier crime was routinely tormented by a trio of classmates who invited her to a sleepover the night she was killed. Brandi: Carly Schroeder. Rita: Abigail Mavity. Jason: Nicholas Guest. Holly: Mary Chris Wall. read more

Who's Your Daddy? Season 2, Episode 5

Lilly investigates the 1991 double murder of married illegal immigrants from Cambodia who were shot in their apartment and found by their 6-year-old daughter. The now-teenage girl brings the case to Lilly after she discovers that a bracelet once owned by her mother is for sale on the Internet. The probe reveals that the parents had dark secrets unknown to their daughter. Channary: Doan Ly. Sen: Sung Kang. Kara: Michelle Krusiec. Atwater: Joel McKinnon Miller. Whiting: Orlando Ashley. read more

The House Season 2, Episode 4

The body of an inmate who tried to escape in 1968 from a now-closed state penitentiary is discovered when a sinkhole opens up, and Lilly must determine if he was murdered. The evidence suggests that the man was the victim of foul play and Lilly learns that he had escaped from the prison twice before. Upshaw: Howard Mungo. Floyd: Dick Bakalyan. Tom: Blake Clark. Warden: George Gerdes. Claudia: Gail Bearden. read more

Daniela Season 2, Episode 3

Lilly reopens a presumed homicide from 1979 in which a Jane Doe's blood-drenched shoes, underwear and sheets are found in a trash bag, but no body. The investigation begins when a battered wife accuses her husband of murdering a girl in 1979 and brings in amateur film from the time that supposedly shows him committing the crime. Daniela: Onahoua Rodriguez. Marquette: Julanne Chidi Hill. John: Brian Cousins. Chris: Fritz Greve. Kaitlyn: Nina Hodoruk. Lester: Terrence Evans. read more

Factory Girls Season 2, Episode 2

Lilly reopens a case from 1943 in which a female factory worker (Chad Morgan) was found dead after an apparent accidental fall, but the investigation points to murder and reveals that the shy, married victim had secrets that may have lead to her death. Fannie: Lois Smith. Dottie: Shirley Knight. Nelson: Joseph Campanella. Buddy: Rance Howard. Martha: Anne Bellamy. read more

The Badlands Season 2, Episode 1

Lilly investigates the 2003 triple homicide of a restaurant owner, his wife and a busboy, an assignment that she was abruptly taken off of to work her first cold case. She's called in after the accused defendant in the slayings is proven innocent. The case opens old wounds for Jeffries, who knew the victims, and for Vera, who may have mishandled the evidence. Marcus: Arjay Smith. Joe: Vicellous Shannon. Tre: Dempsey Pappion. Frank: Jesse D. Goins. read more

Lover's Lane Season 1, Episode 23

As the first season ends, Lilly reopens a 1986 case in which a 15-year-old girl was killed at a popular lovers lane: DNA evidence has revealed that an innocent man was convicted of the crime. The new investigation turns the spotlight on several men who were attracted to the teen and may have had motive to kill her. Eve: Mae Whitman. Mark: Benjamin Parrillo. Wayne: Larry Joshua. Tanning: Rob Moran. Larkin: Ronald Hunter. Rita: Ronne Troup. read more

The Plan Season 1, Episode 22

The 1999 drowning death of a military academy's swim coach, which was originally ruled as accidental, is reinvestigated after the homicide division receives a note that suggests it was murder. Back at the office, Valens searches for Elisa after she goes missing. Cavanaugh: Robert Rusler. Creighton: Sam Witwer. Colonel: John Mahon. Elisa: Marisol Nichols. read more

Maternal Instincts Season 1, Episode 21

The 1989 murder of a young mother is reopened when the woman's teenage son, who witnessed the crime when he was 3 years old, is brought in for petty theft and starts talking. The investigation reveals that the boy's slain mom may not have been who she claimed to be. Valens: Danny Pino. Lilly: Kathryn Morris. read more

Greed Season 1, Episode 20

The 1985 murder of a corrupt stockbroker who swindled thousands of people out of their money is reopened after one of the dead man's protégés comes forward with new information, which he's willing to exchange for a lighter sentence now that he's in trouble with the law. He claims that shortly before the murder, he overheard one of the cheated investors threaten the broker, but the investigation reveals that several people wanted the man dead. Kite: Josh Hopkins. Jeffries: Thom Barry. read more

Late Returns Season 1, Episode 19

The shooting death of a man in his driveway is connected to the unsolved 1992 murder of a Democratic campaign worker whose lifeless body was thrown into a nearby river on election night. The investigation centers on the relationship the dead woman had with a present-day congressman. Apparently, the victim in the current homicide probed into the earlier slaying and discovered damning new evidence. Elsewhere, Lilly spies Kite flirting with a new ADA and gets jealous. read more

Resolutions Season 1, Episode 18

Lilly investigates an unsolved hit-and-run accident from New Year's Eve 1999 that left a man dead, after a recovering alcoholic comes forward and claims she is the one who hit him. But the evidence points to the guy being murdered, not accidentally run down. Vera: Jeremy Ratchford. Jeffries: Thom Barry. read more

The Lost Soul of Herman Lester Season 1, Episode 17

The 1987 murder of a high-school basketball phenom is reopened after the victim's son, also a top prospect, receives a phone threat that he'll be killed just like his dad was if he plays in the state-championship game. The caller includes information about the killing that is known only by the police. The investigation focuses on a disgruntled former player who was suspended from the team shortly before the murder. Herman: Mehcad Brooks. Ronnie Jr.: Rick Kelly. Ray: Tyron Burton. read more

Volunteers Season 1, Episode 16

The bodies of a white woman and a black man who both went missing in 1969 are discovered wrapped in plastic under a building's foundation at a construction site. The investigation reveals the two were involved with an underground abortion clinic and may have been targets of the FBI. Vera: Jeremy Ratchford. Stillman: John Finn. read more

Disco Inferno Season 1, Episode 15

The body of a champion disco dancer who died in a 1978 club fire, along with 22 others, is found beneath the building's ruins, but with a gunshot wound to the head. The investigation reveals the fire was arson, intended to cover up the murder, and that there are several suspects who had both motive and opportunity. Benny: Conor Dubin. Rosen: Robert Maffia. Myra: Lorna Raver. Sonya: Amanda Wyss. Paul: Robert Cicchini. Doreen: Robin Riker. read more

The Boy in the Box Season 1, Episode 14

The 1958 death of an unknown 6-year-old boy found in a field inside a cardboard box is reinvestigated after a small suitcase with the child's picture and his old cowboy hat is left in front of a church. The new probe reveals that the rowdy boy lived at a Catholic-run orphanage and was adopted two days before his suspicious demise. Sister Vivian: Samantha Eggar. Sister Grace: Autumn Reeser. Walter: Charles Noland. Arnold: Lyndon Smith. Roger: Garrett M. Brown. Gretchen: Molly Cheek. read more

The Letter Season 1, Episode 13

Lilly reopens the 1939 murder case of a 25-year-old black woman after the woman's granddaughter comes forward with new information about the crime contained in letters the victim wrote stating that she was afraid of a milkman. Sadie: Meta Golding. Blanche: Lillian Lehman. Arlene: Zoe Cotton. Manross: Lou Beatty Jr. Sarah: Leslie Silva. read more

Glued Season 1, Episode 12

Stillman asks Lilly to reopen a case he originally investigated in 1980 involving an 8-year-old boy who was murdered in an alley while heading home from a five-and-dime store. The probe centers on a priest and a trio of black teens, who may have threatened the boy. Murphy: Todd Waring. Johnson: Ray Campbell. Barnes: Michael McGrady. Noelle: Chelsea Field. Wilma: Emily Yancy. Tina: Jordan Wooden. Tim: Ridge Canipe. Father Declan: John Lawlor. read more

Hubris Season 1, Episode 11

A college professor, who lost his job and family after being suspected of murdering one of his students in 1995, comes forward with new information on the crime that he hopes will clear his name and allow him to regain his teaching position. He believes the student's death is connected to the recent murder of a prostitute who was killed in a similar manner. Minard: Jeffrey Nordling. Barbara: Lisa Dean Ryan. Holly: Kaitlin Doubleday. Monique: Elizabeth Greer. Gretta: Tressa Pope. Kite: Josh Hopkins. read more

The Hitchhiker Season 1, Episode 10

Lilly reopens the 1997 murder of a 20-year-old college student who, while hitchhiking home after a big gambling win in Atlantic City, was taken into a wooded area and shot to death. The case is reinvestigated when a similar homicide takes place in Delaware and matches another one in New Jersey, prompting police to believe that a serial killer may be responsible. Matt: Chris Beckwith. Blaine: Nathan Baesel. Royal: Frederic Lane. Medvedenko: Arthur Darbinyan. Henry: Rhino Michaels. read more

Sherry Darlin' Season 1, Episode 9

Lilly gets an anonymous phone call from a man claiming he killed an elderly woman back in 1989 and buried her body in the basement of a house. When Lilly checks the dwelling, a body is recovered, but the alleged murderer refuses to identify himself. Hogan: Jake Bern. Sherry: Christina Cox. Krystal: Lois Hall. Brad: J.P. Pitoc. Dana: Sarah Buehler. Joan: Linda Castro. Burke: Steve Seagren. Meade: Brent Huff. read more

Fly Away Season 1, Episode 8

Lilly tries to solve a 2001 case in which a woman and her 6-year-old daughter mysteriously fell from an apartment window. The girl died, and the mother survived but lapsed into a coma. When the woman suddenly wakes up, she remembers little of that night except that someone was out to hurt them. Rosie: Laura Regan. Toya: Aynsley Lemon. Anita: Meera Simhan. Freely: Don McManus. Irene: Kathleen Gati. Angel: Christian J. Meoli. read more

A Time to Hate Season 1, Episode 7

Lilly reopens a 1964 homicide case in which a college baseball player who was homosexual was beaten to death outside of a gay club. The dead man's now elderly and ill mother, who seeks closure before she dies, is the reason the investigation is renewed. Lilly's probe soon turns up some disturbing evidence that indicates cops routinely raided gay bars in the 1960s and beat the patrons. Steve: Patrick MacManus. Helen: Barbara Tarbuck. Polk: Bill Henderson. Deborah: Kathleen Lloyd. Tinkerbell: Mark Nordike. read more

Love Conquers Al Season 1, Episode 6

Lilly gets a cocky new partner, Scotty Valens (Danny Pino), just as she reopens a 1981 homicide involving a 16-year-old female track star who was fatally shot. The investigation is renewed after a felon, who is trying to get a reduced sentence, tells officers he saw a student washing blood out of a car the night of the murder. Paige: Summer Glau. Al: Doug Kruse. Will: James DuMont. Bennett: Vincent Ventresca. Jane: Saxon Trainer. Ricky: Tim deZarn. Heidi: Isabelle Dahlin. read more

The Runner Season 1, Episode 5

Lilly reopens a 1973 murder case, in which a 21-year-old rookie cop was shot three times in the chest, after a drug addict brings in an audio tape she found on which the fatal shooting is heard. Also on the tape are the victim's final words “Runner! Runner! Runner!” Washington: Cory C. Hardrict. Butch: Matt Bushell. Sammy: Dee Freeman. Diane: Barbara Eve Harris. Runner: Rif Hutton. Gloria: Ophelia Turner. Jessica: Cheselka Leigh. read more

Churchgoing People Season 1, Episode 4

Lilly reopens a 1990 homicide, in which a church organist was found stabbed to death in his van surrounded by pornography and drugs in a seedy part of town, after the man's Alzheimer's-afflicted widow begins to have flashbacks about the night of the crime. Mitchell: John Walcutt. Caroline: Isabella Hofmann. Brian: Jimmi Simpson. Tina: Daisy McCrackin. Judy: Kerrie Keane. Jeff: Danny Oberbeck. Gil: Kevin McCorkle. read more

Our Boy Is Back Season 1, Episode 3

A serial rapist who terrorized the city five years earlier, leaving one woman dead, sends a letter to the detective squad letting them know that he is back and ready to strike again. Gail: Gwendolyn Whiteside. Larry: Christopher Shea. Bruce: Greg Zola. Nicole: Jenni Blong. Ellen: Bree Turner. Carl: Joel Bissonnette. Tania: Brooke Bloom. Caitlin: Brooke Swift. Bridget: Sarah Rosenberg. read more

Gleen Season 1, Episode 2

Lilly investigates a 1983 murder in which a young mother was killed by a homemade bomb packed in a laundry-detergent box shortly before she was to testify in court against a man who exposed himself to her. Vera: Jeremy Ratchford. Stillman: John Finn. Lilly: Kathryn Morris. read more

Look Again Season 1, Episode 1

Lilly probes the 1976 murder of a teenage girl, who was beaten to death on a tennis court during a party at a plush estate, after an eyewitness comes forward with new information. Todd: D.W. Moffett. Eric: Michael Reilly Burke. Melanie: Lisa Waltz. Evelyn: Elizabeth Franz. Jill: Kate Mara. Bonita: Lillian Hurst. read more

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Premise: A nail-biter from Jerry Bruckheimer revolves around Philadelphia homicide detective Lilly Rush, whose investigation of long-unsolved crimes is driven by the belief that 'people shouldn't be forgotten.'

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