Gaslighting

In 2014, Nassar was interviewed by a police detective after another patient reported him for sexual assault. You’ll hear for yourself how Larry lies, manipulates and convinces police to believe him.

The Basement

Kyle Stephens’ story is a hard one to hear. It’s about the people who love you most, and how they can fail you. And it shows you who Larry Nassar really is — and what was at stake every time he got away.

How He Got Away

13 years before Larry Nassar would admit in court he sexually abused children, 17-year-old Brianne Randall-Gay reported him to the police. But with just a PowerPoint and his word against hers, Nassar got away.

The Good Guy

How did former Olympic gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar sexually abuse hundreds of girls and women for decades? To understand how he got away with it, we have to begin with Larry, the good guy.

We all think we’d be able to spot a predator like Larry Nassar, the disgraced Olympic gymnastics doctor who sexually abused patients for decades. Of course you would believe a girl or a young woman who came to you looking for help. Right?

Believed is a story of survivors finding their power in a cultural moment when people are coming to understand how important that is.

It’s an inside look at how a team of women — a detective, a prosecutor, and an army of survivors — won justice in one of the largest serial sexual abuse cases in U.S. history.

It’s also an unnerving exploration of how even well-meaning adults can fail to believe.