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I (Almost) Got Away With It

Former fugitives tell their stories of life on the lam. 

3/10/15
11:00 AM
"Got a Rich Widow"  After serving time for stealing from wealthy people, Brian Fuller returns to his ways of robbing the rich.  (Repeat) ID
3/10/15
12:00 PM
"Got to Take Down My Ex-Boyfriend"  A serial robber accidentally shoots a man; a woman goes on the run after becoming violent with her ex.  (Repeat) ID
3/10/15
01:00 PM
"Got to Escape Through an Air Duct"  A man convicted of murder, and his cell mate, escape through an air duct, but his freedom ends following a car crash.  (Repeat) ID
3/11/15
04:00 PM
"Got to Pretend I'm a Priest"  A con artist keeps reinventing himself.  (Repeat) AHC
3/11/15
05:00 PM
"Got to Run With My Buddy"  Man escapes from prison with seven others and hides in shacks, muddy pigpens and even dresses up as a woman to evade the cops.  (Repeat) AHC
3/11/15
06:00 PM
"Got to Lock and Load"  A Texas separatist group takes two hostages and rangers are able to negotiate the release but two of the members get away undetected.  (Repeat) AHC
3/11/15
07:00 PM
"Got Caught Via Email"  Edward Roberson and two fellow inmates escape jail and go on the run.  (Repeat) AHC
3/11/15
08:00 PM
"Got to Take Down My Ex-Boyfriend"  A serial robber accidentally shoots a man; a woman goes on the run after becoming violent with her ex.  (Repeat) AHC
3/11/15
11:00 PM
"Got to Take Down My Ex-Boyfriend"  A serial robber accidentally shoots a man; a woman goes on the run after becoming violent with her ex.  (Repeat) AHC
3/12/15
02:00 AM
"Got Caught Via Email"  Edward Roberson and two fellow inmates escape jail and go on the run.  (Repeat) AHC
I (Almost) Got Away With It

Premise
For the lowlifes profiled in this series, their stories may be different, but the motive is always the same -- to live life on the lam. They evaded justice for years, sometimes decades, by using all means necessary, until law enforcement finally caught up to them. Along with a re-enactment of the story, each episode features a prison interview with the one-time fugitive, who tells of his adventures while on the run, how he survived and stayed one step ahead of the law ... and how he almost got away with it.

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.