AUSTIN, Texas — This spring, Showtime will air a five-part documentary series about the controversial conviction of Cedar Park man Greg Kelley.

The series, called "Outcry," follows Kelley's journey from conviction to exoneration.

In 2014, a judge sentenced then-18-year-old Kelley, a former Leander High School football star, to 25 years in prison for child sex assault. But the conviction was formally overturned in November 2019. Kelley spoke with KVUE from New York moments after the State's highest criminal court overturned his conviction.

Shortly after his exoneration, Kelley went before the Cedar Park City Council to call for the firings of Cedar Park Police Chief Sean Mannix and Sergeant Chris Dailey, who investigated Kelley's case. 

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In December, Kelley was accepted to the University of Texas at Austin. He was admitted to the excercise science major in the College of Education.

"Outcry" will premiere at this year's SXSW festival in March before it airs on Showtime on April 3.

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