A veteran detective (Jeanne Tripplehorn) must face the errors of a past case when the woman she convicted of murder is exonerated after 10 years in prison. Our heroine struggles to keep the trust of her department as a series of grisly murders rock her decaying South Carolina town, which puts her at odds with her ambitious partner (Ray McKinnon) and the department at large. Exeter was created by Ronnie Gunter, written by Ronnie Gunter and George Ducker, and stars Jeanne Tripplehorn and Ray McKinnon.
Its Worth the Risk
Colleen and Pruitt set a trap for the killer with the help of Aaron, which doesn’t go as planned. Colleen worries about the fallout for Leland once the truth finally comes out, and they try to move on.
What Arthur Knew
After the events on the bridge, Colleen suspects Lucy might be involved in her father's death. The detectives interrogate Aaron again and finally discover the truth about what happened to Robin & Billy.
The Gun in the Drawers
Arthur continues to spiral, leading Lucy to worry for his safety. While searching his house, Colleen and Pruitt discover more than they anticipated which takes the case in a surprising direction.
Say What You Did
With the murder weapon uncovered, Colleen is finally forced to do the one thing she has been dreading, question Arthur Wade about the night his daughter died – putting Leland right in the middle.
87 All Over Again
Colleen and Pruitt get a new lead on where to find the murder weapon, and discover that Arthur may be lying about his relationship with Robin. Elsewhere, Joan takes matters into her own hands.
Satan is Real
When news of the Wade/Schipper investigation becomes public, Colleen and Pruitt try to track down a new lead. Meanwhile, Aaron works to keep his mysterious connection to the case a secret.
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Amazing show! It hooks you in right from the get-go and doesn’t stop the whole way through!
You get so attached to the characters and the story is always interesting with great progression. The writing and production value is fabulous too. I highly recommend it, and I hope there’s/can’t wait for season 3!
So impressed with the writing. The acting was believable. And production was top notch. All of you put together a stellar drama. This is what podcast story telling needs to aspire to.
Loved the characters and story was gripping right till the end. Can’t wait for more.