Regardless of Adnan Syed’s guilt or innocence, many Serial listeners thought the jury lacked sufficient evidence to convict him. Similarly, Breakdown looks at the case of a man named Justin Chapman, whom the state of Georgia put away for life in 2006 for allegedly burning down his rented house and killing an elderly neighbor. The prosecution convicted Chapman based solely on the testimony of a cellmate who claimed that Chapman confessed his crime to him while awaiting trial. Breakdown, a production from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, follows the trend of open-source casework, where journalists and reporters point out flawed convictions and get the public invested in criminal justice gone wrong. Unlike Serial, which -- spoiler alert -- ended undecided on Syed’s case, Breakdown builds to a showdown in the Georgia Supreme Court over the course of its seven episodes.