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About this title

Storyline

In 1989, a jogger was assaulted and raped in New York's Central Park, and five young people were subsequently charged with the crime. The quintet, labeled the Central Park Five, maintained its innocence and spent years fighting the convictions, hoping to be exonerated. This limited series spans a quarter of a century, from when the teens are first questioned about the incident in the spring of 1989, going through their exoneration in 2002 and ultimately the settlement reached with the city of New York in 2014. The cast is full of Emmy nominees and winners, including Michael Kenneth Williams, John Leguizamo, Felicity Huffman, and Blair Underwood. Oscar nominated and Emmy winner Ava DuVernay co-wrote and directed the four episodes.

Country: United States

Type: Miniseries

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: May 31, 2019

Also Known As: Aos Olhos da Justiça, Bizi Gördüklerinde |  See more »

Parents Guide: Brazil (16), Netherlands (16) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

new york city
rape
based on a true story
racism

Company Credits

Production Co: ARRAY Filmworks, Forward Movement |  See more »

Cast

Justin Cunningham
as Kevin Richardson (Adult)
Ariel Shafir
as Detective Jaffer
Elizabeth Rich
as Woman Guard
Christine Spang
as Latina Newscaster
David Chen
as Angry Inmate
Jeff Applegate
as Reporter 3
Berto Colon
as Simon (Guard)
Blair Underwood
as Bobby Burns
James C.B. Gray
as Inmate
Allan Greenberg
as Howard Diller
Arielle Siegel
as Reporter 1
Juri Henley-Cohn
as Dr. Kurtz
Wesley T. Jones
as Black Guy in Jacket
John Lavelle
as Doctor
Joseph Adams
as NY Post Editor
Caroline Hewitt
as Local News Reporter
Kevin Richardson
as Self
Niecy Nash
as Deloris Wise
Ethan Herisse
as Yusef Salaam (Teen)
Ilyasah Shabazz
as Woman In Gallery
Richard Bekins
as Judge Galligan
T.L. Flint
as Mel
Kevyn Morrow
as Warren
Jharrel Jerome
as Korey Wise
Maxwell Whittington-Cooper
as Precinct Clerk Billy
Bruce MacVittie
as Detective Hartigan
Wass Stevens
as Bud Seagal
William Sadler
as Detective Michael Sheehan
Alexandra Templer
as Trisha Meili
Kate Easton
as Patricia Dean
Danny Wolohan
as Detective McCabe
Jasmin Walker
as Nurse (Rikers)
Kym Gomes
as Juror 1
Rosalind Brown
as Geriatric Nurse
Kevin Easington
as Horseplay Kid #3
Marquis Rodriguez
as Raymond Santana Jr (Teen)
Jake Ryan Lozano
as Leonard
Theo Rubinstein
as Angry Inmate #4
David Granados
as Club Kid
Jim Cleary
as Corrections Officer
Samantha Steinmetz
as Parole Board Woman
Caleel Harris
as Antron McCray (Teen)
Isaiah Negrón
as Mike
Jimmy Gary Jr.
as Barber
Storm Reid
as Lisa
Robert G. McKay
as Juror 3
Peter Rini
as Peter Casolaro
Freddy Miyares
as Raymond Santana Jr (Adult)
Felicity Huffman
as Linda Fairstein
Darik Bernard
as Friendly Inmate
Ryan Jonze
as Redneck Inmate #1
Jaishon Fisher
as Central Park Teens
Ty Jones
as Officer Reynolds
Gi'onna Kamille
as Cashier
Ato Blankson-Wood
as Shareef (Older)
Rahim Rosen
as Prisoner in yard
Len Cariou
as DA Robert Morgenthau
Maliq Johnson
as Terence
Dexter McKinney
as Porter
Ezequiel Pujols
as Park Boy #1
Christina Uniqe Castellanos
as Parent
Walker Hare
as Agent Adams
Isis King
as Norman (Denise) Wise
Patrick Gallo
as Detective Taglioni
Andrew Stewart-Jones
as Ronald Weaver
Joshua Jackson
as Mickey Joseph
Aurora Perrineau
as Tanya
Michael Andreaus
as Singing Inmate
Doug Barron
as Juror 2
Bryan Terrell Clark
as Starks (Guard)
Michael Kenneth Williams
as Bobby McCray
Kingsley Yeboah
as Nation of Islam Member
Daniel Lopez
as Dope Boy
Rosa Arredondo
as Dr. Fraine
Leigh DeLollis
as Juror 4
Theodore Barnes
Elijah Richardson
as Al Morris
Sunni Valentine
as Trinisha
Khalil Middleton
as Lonnie
Glenn Cunningham
as Patrolman
Asante Blackk
as Kevin Richardson (Teen)
Derrick Simmons
as Visiting Room Guard
Jay Valentin
as Raymond Santana's step-cousin
Kyle Folkes
as Horseplay Kid #5
Chris Chalk
as Yusef Salaam/Yusef Salaam (Adult)
Michael Devine
as Guard (Auburn)
Dascha Polanco
as Elena
Vincent De Paul
as Prison Correctional Officer
Chris Jackson
as Peter Rivera
John-Deric Mitchell
as Self - Prisoner
Paul Bonar
as Inmate #2
Raymond Santana
as Self
Edward Carnevale
as Court Clerk
BJ Cousin
as Inmate
David Walcott
as Drug Dealer #1
Kylie Bunbury
as Angie Richardson
Jeff Williams
as Chaplain
Irma-Estel LaGuerre
as Mrs. Garcia
Famke Janssen
as Nancy Ryan
Leticia Castillo
as Valentina
Robbie Tann
as Redneck Inmate #2
John J. Daniel
as Angry Inmate #3
Ahmad Dechlaus
as Horseplay Kid #6
Alex Breaux
as Tim Clements
Henry Hunter Hall
as Jermain
Logan Marshall-Green
as Roberts
Yusef Salaam
as Self
Tyler Dean Flores
as Eddie
Ben Jacoby
as White Male Newscaster 2
John Leguizamo
as Raymond Santana Sr.
Vera Farmiga
as Elizabeth Lederer
Todd Lawson
as John Loughlin
Aaron Morton
as Chow Guy
Logan Crawford
as Reporter 2
Chukwudi Iwuji
as Colin Moore
Aamira Martinez
as Elena's Sister
Christopher Stena
as Park Boy #2
Sule Murray
as Horseplay Kid #2
Andrew Mauney
as White Male Newscaster
Javier Eusebio
as Fadarie
Bob Leszczak
as Prison Guard
Jayce Bartok
as Detective Hildebrandt
Kris Arnold
as Reporter
Carla Carvalho
as Woman in the Window
Adepero Oduye
as Nomsa Brath
Antino Crowley-Kamenwati
as Dejuan
Kharey Wise
as Self
Gary Perez
as Manuel Santana
Bobby Daniel Rodriguez
as Detective Arroyo
Deyvi Cordero Augusto
as Drug Dealer #2
Kevin Simmons
as Horseplay Kid #4
Frank Pando
as Detective Gonzales/Detective Gonzalez
Reggie Alvin Green
as Black Supporter
Tom Lipinski
as Detective Farrell
Rumi C. Jean-Louis
as Ramon
Taylor Selé
as Chris Black
Aunjanue Ellis
as Sharonne Salaam
Omar J. Dorsey
as Elombre Brath
Rick Zahn
as White Print Reporter
Christopher Hawthorn
as Cop
Jovan Adepo
as Antron McCray (Adult)
Mark Borkowski
as Detective Aaron Rosenthal
Becky Granger
as Joy
Brett Gray
as Clarence
Michael C. Brennan
as Officer Powers
Jaleesa Capri
as Woman with Toddler
Drena De Niro
as Anita
Ivory Aquino
as Mrs. Baqri
Antron McCray
as Self
Joaquina Kalukango
as Adelle
Marsha Stephanie Blake
as Linda McCray
Suzzanne Douglas
as Grace Cuffee
Reece Noi
as Matias Reyes
Nnamdi Nwosa
as Horseplay Kid #1
Lisa Darden
as Co-Worker (Avis)
Denia Brache
as Natividad
Blake DeLong
as Detective Nugent
Pernell Walker
as Gina Smith

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 4 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

AAFCA TV Honors 2019

Winner

AAFCA TV Honors

Best Limited Series

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AAFCA TV Honors

Best Ensemble

Winner

AAFCA TV Honors

Best Breakout Performance

Winner

AAFCA TV Honors

Best Writing

Black Reel Awards for Television 2019

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Outstanding Actor, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Outstanding Actress, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Outstanding Actress, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Outstanding Supporting Actor, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Outstanding Supporting Actor, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Outstanding Supporting Actor, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Outstanding Supporting Actress, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Outstanding Supporting Actress, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Outstanding Supporting Actress, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding Directing, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Outstanding Writing, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding Writing, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding Writing, TV Movie/Limited Series

Nominee

Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding Writing, TV Movie/Limited Series

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Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding Music (Comedy, Drama, TV Movie or Limited Series)

Winner

Black Reel Awards for Television

Outstanding TV Movie/Limited Series

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