Lucie obsesses over Gerry’s death, her regret about what she did and her inability to remember what happened the night she killed him. How will she find some sliver of peace? Her search for forgiveness leads her to an unlikely
Six years after Gerry’s death, close friends from Lucie’s past make a startling accusation. How will Lucie cope? Thanks to Bombas and ZipRecruiter for sponsoring this week’s episode.
Even as Lucie reconnects with family and spends more time outside the transition house, she finds herself increasingly isolated. Thank you to Bombas and Blue Apron for sponsoring this week’s episode.
Once Lucie gets her day parole from prison, she has one foot in the correctional system and the other in the regular world. She gets tiny rations of freedom in the transition house where she lives, but she soon realizes
Lucie is charged with first-degree murder after police arrive at her home and find her husband shot dead. She hires a top lawyer, but there’s one huge problem: How do you defend yourself when you have no memory of what
Lucie and her husband Gerry were together for 13 years. People called them lovebirds. Until the fall of 2010, when she shot and killed him. And here’s the thing: Lucie has no memory of killing him. This season on First
First Day Back returns this season with the story of Lucie and Gerry – lovebirds who were together for 13 years. Until the fall of 2010, when Lucie accidentally shot and killed him. And here’s the thing. She has no