A decade has passed since the infamous murder trial of Caylee Anthony, but many rubberneckers still believe she's guilty of her daughter's death. Now, she's back in the spotlight with a three-part documentary series on Peacock called Casey Anthony: Where the Truth Lies.
The series was filmed over six months and will combine "personal archives, behind the scenes footage and evidence from the defense" for a new look at the case, according to Peacock. It's set to premiere on Nov. 29.
After her acquittal, Anthony moved from Orlando to South Florida and began working as a legal assistant for Patrick McKenna, a private investigator who worked on her case. She later started her own investigative firm, but Florida law requires a license to conduct any investigations, and her criminal history makes it difficult for her to obtain one.
She's dated several men, and tried to start a photography business but failed. She also has a business where she helps wrongfully convicted people, including Scott Peterson and alleged serial killer Zanny the Nanny, a name she reportedly created out of her love for Zenaida Fernandez-Gonzalez.
The two women have very different opinions of what happened to Caylee, with George believing that Casey had something to do with his granddaughter's death and should have spent more time in prison. They've even gotten into fights in public, with their latest fight reportedly happening last year over an argument on Twitter.