A new documentary series, titled "John Lennon: Murder Without Trial," is set to premiere on Apple TV+. This three-part series will delve into the murder of former Beatles singer John Lennon, featuring exclusive eyewitness interviews and previously unseen photos from the crime scene.
John Lennon's murder caused a great shock among many. 43 years have passed since his murder, and many remember everything as if it were yesterday. Narrated by actor Kiefer Sutherland, the documentary also examines the conviction of John Lennon's killer, Mark David Chapman.
Apple TV+ has described the series as "the most comprehensive investigation into the 1980 murder of John Lennon." Mark David Chapman has expressed many times why he decided to do such an act. However, in this documentary, you could see the whole picture.
John Lennon was tragically murdered in front of his New York building on December 8, 1980. The production of this documentary has received access to a wealth of information through Freedom of Information Act requests from various agencies, including the New York City Police Department, the Parole Board, and the District Attorney's office.
The series offers exclusive interviews with eyewitnesses who are sharing their accounts for the first time, as well as insights from some of Lennon's closest friends, Chapman's defense attorneys, psychiatrists, detectives, and prosecutors.
All of them decided to honestly reveal some details and show us what happened in those moments. Directed by Nick Holt and Rob Coldstream, with executive producers David Glover, Mark Raphael, and Rob Coldstream, and producers Simon Bunney and Louis Lee Ray, the release date for the documentary is yet to be announced.
Fans of this cult band, as well as Lennon fans, are impatient and hope that they will soon have the opportunity to watch the documentary. Lennon left a huge mark on the music scene. His creativity, charisma, and courage were the reason why he was so loved by everyone.