Canadian Broadcast Premiere
Monday, April 23 at 9 p.m. ET/PT
What began as a calm spring morning in Oklahoma City erupted into the largest terrorist act our country had ever experienced. The truck bomb left by Timothy McVeigh at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal building killed 168 people, and altered the lives of hundreds more. Hear the dramatic stories of an office worker trapped in the rubble, a mother whose one-year-old daughter was in the building, a firefighter, a news reporter, and the head of the local FBI tasked with finding the perpetrator, and see how this act that was meant to stoke anti-government rage instead brought a shaken city together.