Series Premieres Thursday, March 29 at 11pm ET/PT on A&E
Two of the country’s best-known legal analysts – Nancy Grace and Dan Abrams – are joining forces to debate infamous crimes and legal cases in A&E Network’s new original series, “Grace vs. Abrams.” Known for their epic battles on their “Good Morning America” segments, “Grace vs. Abrams” will see the two attorneys break down cases, providing their unique legal perspectives and compelling and opposing points of on crimes and trials that captured the country’s attention.
Each episode they will break down the case, feature key players from the cases as well as never-before-heard from players, both in-studio and by remote. Exclusive clips and footage will also be incorporated into the series. “Nancy and Dan are smart, experienced attorneys with strong voices and equally strong opinions on legal matters,” said Elaine Frontain Bryant. “In ’Grace vs. Abrams,’ they will delve deeper into the stories and legal questions around infamous crimes and trials, providing viewers with a complete picture and explanation of the issues. And, of course, fighting over which of them is right!”
Dan Abrams is the CEO and Founder of Abrams Media and the Chief Legal Analyst for ABC News. He is also host of A&E’s hit series, “Live PD.” Prior to joining ABC News, Abrams spent 15 years at NBC News in a variety of roles, including General Manager of MSNBC, where he presided over a period of unprecedented growth, with ratings and profits each increasing well over 50% during his tenure. A graduate of Columbia University Law School, Abrams has published articles in a number of newspapers and magazine. In 2011, he published his first book, "Man Down: Proof Beyond A Reasonable Doubt