‘Casey Anthony: Where The Truth Lies’ Season 1: How to watch the true crime docu-series?
Casey Anthony said she waited so long to speak out because she wanted to 'honor' her daughter properly
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Those that love true crime stories are surely familiar with the tale of the death of Caylee Anthony and the headline-making trial against her mother, Casey Anthony. According to reports, Casey’s mother, Cindy Anthony, had called 911 to report her granddaughter to be missing in July 2018. What soon unraveled was a story of lies, murder, and sexual abuse after Caylee’s remains were found near a wooded area near the Anthony home. The trial gripped the entire country as everyone seemed to have theories about who murdered the young girl.
Casey, who infamously earned the title of 'most hated mom in America' in 2011, was the prime suspect and was found not guilty of killing her toddler daughter in July 2011. She was acquitted of first-degree murder, aggravated child abuse, and aggravated manslaughter of a child but found guilty of only four misdemeanor counts of providing false information to a law enforcement officer. The trial results caused widespread outrage across the nation as Casey also did not testify in her own trial. Now, after over a decade, Casey will share her side of the story for the first time on camera in a new three-part docu-series titled ‘Casey Anthony: Where The Truth Lies’ directed by Alexandra Haggiag Dean. Those curious about the documentary, here’s how you can watch it.
How to watch ‘Casey Anthony: Where The Truth Lies’ Season 1?
The three-part docu-series titled ‘Casey Anthony: Where The Truth Lies’ airs on November 29 on the streaming platform Peacock. The platform is available across a variety of devices, including Web Browsers, Connected TVs, Game Consoles, and Streaming Devices. Viewers can access Peacock with Amazon Fire TV and Fire Tablet devices with Fire OS 6 and above. It is also available on Apple TVs and Roku devices.
According to Peacock’s official synopsis of the docu-series, “Considered one of the first “trials of the century” that polarized conversation in living rooms across America, the Casey Anthony case is one that still leaves more questions than answers. There have been several movies and documentaries made to fill in the gaps, and yet, the woman at the center of it all remains the biggest mystery. Throughout the exclusive three-part documentary series, Casey Anthony finally tells her side of the story and addresses the public that has made so many assumptions for the past 13 years.” The docu-series will also feature Casey’s personal archives, behind-the-scenes footage, and the defense’s evidence for a never-before-seen look into both sides of a story that ignited a media firestorm. The film will feature show makers interviewing Casey and the latter talking about the details of her father’s sexual abuse toward her and Caylee. According to Alexandra Dean, Casey did not give any notes or even see the documentary during the filming process.
Casey said she waited so long to speak out because she wanted to “honor” her daughter properly. Many news publications, eminent figures, and people across the internet have shown their disapproval of the upcoming docu-series, calling it Casey’s attempt to extort money from the tragic murder of her daughter.