Cold Case

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Cold CaseThe Philadelphia homicide squad's lone female detective finds her calling when she is assigned cases that have never been solved. Detective Lilly Rush combines her natural instincts with the updated technology available today to bring about justice for all the victims she can.
S6, EP13 "Breaking News"Rush and the team reopen the 1988 murder case of a young reporter when previously unseen footage of her is found and indicates she was working on a big story.
S3, EP22 "The River"A 1984 shooting case reopens when a new witness comes forward; Lilly follows a lead into the gambling world.
S6, EP14 "The Brush Man"The team reopens the 1967 murder case of a brush salesman after his remains are found in a duck pond.
S3, EP23 "Joseph"Lilly feels drawn to a victim when she reopens a 2005 case, compromising the investigation and leading to a startling revelation.
S6, EP15 "Witness Protection"The team looks for a missing teenager while investigating the five-month-old murder of his father, both of whom were in witness protection.
S4, EP1 "Rampage"The case of two teens who killed themselves after a murderous rampage at a mall in 1995 reopens when evidence indicates there may have been a third shooter.
S6, EP16 "Jackals"A newfound photo of a murdered 17-year-old on the back of a motorcycle indicates her connection to a notorious gang and prompts the team to reopen the 1976 case.
S4, EP2 "The War at Home"A 2004 case involving the disappearance of a female war veteran reopens when her prosthetic arm is found in a river.
S6, EP17 "Officer Down"The team searches for the person who shot Jeffries and the elderly owner of a local convenience store.
S4, EP3 "Sandhogs"Bones found in a subway tunnel are identified as those of a sandhog miner who disappeared in 1947.
S6, EP18 "Mind Games"The team tries to figure out if a homeless paranoid schizophrenic killed his former psychiatrist in 2004 before fully losing his grip on reality.
S4, EP4 "Baby Blues"Lilly reopens a 1982 case involving a baby that died of SIDS; she investigates the baby's older brother, who believes he had something to do with the death.
S6, EP19 "Libertyville"New evidence prompts the team to re-examine the 1958 murder of a newlywed Ivy League grad (Johnathon Schaech) who led the charge for developing suburban communities with affordable housing outside Philadelphia.
S4, EP5 "Saving Sammy"Lilly investigates the 2003 case of an autistic boy who witnessed his parents' murder.
S6, EP20 "Stealing Home"While preparing for their annual softball game, team members are called in to investigate the murder of a former Cuban baseball star who escaped to the United States after running afoul of his government.
S4, EP6 "Static"Lilly and the team investigate when the 1958 suicide of a radio disc jockey is discovered to be a murder; they must find the truth of his life by decoding a hidden message in his final broadcast.
S6, EP21 "November 22"The 1963 death of a pool hustler is re-examined when the long-sought murder weapon is discovered during a pool hall renovation.
S4, EP7 "The Key"After discovering new evidence, detective Jeffries re-opens a 1979 murder case in which he promised the victim's daughter that he would find her mother's killer.
S6, EP22 "The Long Blue Line"Lilly and the team investigate the 2005 murder of a female cadet at a local military school.
S4, EP8 "Fireflies"The death of a postal carrier leads to the discovery of several bags of undelivered mail, one of which contains key evidence in a 1975 missing-persons case.
S6, EP23 "Into the Blue"The team intensifies its efforts to solve the 2005 murder of a female cadet when the killer commits a shocking act against Lilly.
S4, EP9 "Lonely Hearts"The team delves into a modern-day lonely-hearts club when a handsome man commits suicide after watching a tape of an unattractive woman whose 1989 murder remains unsolved.
S7, EP1 "The Crossing"The team reviews the 1966 shipboard killing of a young woman previously thought to have jumped overboard; Maj. Kitchener (Daniel Baldwin) stands trial for running Rush's car off a bridge.
S4, EP10 "Forever Blue"Lilly and the team reopen a 1968 case involving the killing of a cop suspected of being gay.
S6, EP12 "Lotto Fever"Rush and the team reopen the case of an auto mechanic who was murdered after winning $8 million in the state lottery; Valens discovers there might be a problem with his relationship with Frankie.
S6, EP11 "Wings"Rush reopens the case of a stewardess murdered in 1960 while trying to organize a union.
S3, EP21 "The Hen House"A 1945 case involves an ambitious reporter demoted to writing trivial advice columns.
S3, EP20 "Death Penalty: Final Appeal"Days before his scheduled execution, a man Jeffries arrested in 1994 begs him to re-examine the case.
S3, EP19 "Beautiful Little Fool"A woman researching her family history learns that her great-grandmother was murdered in 1929 and the case was never solved, prompting Lilly to take a look.
The Philadelphia homicide squad's lone female detective finds her calling when she is assigned cases that have never been solved. Detective Lilly Rush combines her natural instincts with the updated technology available today to bring about justice for all the victims she can.
Original Air Date: Sep 28, 2003
Genres: DramaTV Series
Rating: TVPG
Playback: HD
2 seasons available on demand (5 episodes)
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