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ONLY IN NEW YORK: A PIX11 ORIGINAL SERIES

Only in New York chronicles some of the most controversial moments in New York City. A subway shooting that ignited a racial firestorm, the deadly days of the crack epidemic, a pair of high-profile trials that exposed the hidden horrors of domestic abuse and a rising political star assassinated inside the city’s most hallowed halls, retold with rare footage pulled straight from the WPIX archives. Only in New York features new interviews with PIX11 journalists, expert analysts and the headliners at the center of the story. Watch Fridays in March on PIX11 TV.

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EPISODE ONE
 
The incident that sparked endless media coverage and decades of racial controversy: Bernard ‘Bernie’ Goetz shot four black teenage boys on the New York City subway and became forever known as The Subway Vigilante.

Airs March 8 at 10:30pm

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EPISODE TWO
 
Amidst the drug-fueled violence of the crack epidemic, New York City began taking extreme measures to clean up the streets. Suspected drug dealers were arrested in droves, spawning the era of mass incarceration. Now, in 2019, a wave of overturned convictions is exposing the collateral damage of an overeager criminal justice system.

Airs March 15 at 10:30pm

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EPISODE THREE
 
Barbara Sheehan shot her cop husband eleven-times — with his own guns. Was it domestic violence that provoked her to kill her own spouse? Was she really the victim, or perhaps the perpetrator? It would all depend on a shocking decision by the criminal jury.



Airs March 22 at 10:30pm

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EPISODE FOUR
 
He’d been a local rising star, a former police officer and Brooklyn minister. New York City activist and council member, James E. Davis, was preparing for re-election when he was gunned down on the balcony of the council chamber by a would-be rival.

Airs March 29 at 10:30pm

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