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"We're very proud to be renewing 'Cold Justice,' which has already delivered real-world results for several of the cases featured on the show," said David Eilenberg, TNT's senior vice president of unscripted development, in a news release. "Viewers have come to see Kelly and Yolanda as a real-life counterpart to such crime-drama duos as 'Cagney & Lacey' and even our own 'Rizzoli & Isles.'"
To date, "Cold Justice" has resulted in a number of actions, including a guilty plea in a Cuero, Texas-based case, and three murder indictments in a Morehouse Parrish, La., case.
The first season of "Cold Justice" ends on Tuesday, Oct. 22. Season 2 is tentatively slated to debut in early 2014.