617 high-quality screen captures of Hayley in the fifth episode of Conviction have been added to our gallery. Check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below.
I’ve just added 23 new high-quality episode stills of Hayley as Hayes Morrison in the sixth episode of Conviction, entitled ‘#StayWoke’, to our gallery. Check them out by clicking on the thumbnails below:
The accidental death of a young African American boy, shot by a cop, sparks a racial firestorm and inspires Hayes to re-examine the controversial case of Porscha Williams. Williams, a devoted African-American civil-rights activist and leader, is serving time for killing a white female cop at a race equality rally five years ago. Conflict erupts among the CIU team when personal experiences shape their differing perspectives of the Black Lives Matter movement. Meanwhile, Maxine finds herself torn between her racial identity and her chosen profession, as she follows the case to its shocking conclusion.
A brand new photo session of Hayley has been released. Indeed, our beautiful ‘Conviction’ star was photographed during the month of September for The New York Times, to promote her new TV series. Outtakes can now be found in our gallery – most of them are MQ tagged, sadly I couldn’t find better at the moment. Stay tuned as higher qualities could be uploaded in the days to come.
High-quality stills of Hayley in Conviction‘s fifth episode, entitled ‘The 1% Solution’, have been released. Check those out in our gallery by clicking on the thumbnails below:
Hayes launches into damage-control mode following her controversial nationally televised interview, seeking to limit the repercussions within her family and to her mother’s Senate campaign. Meanwhile, the CIU takes on the case of a young man from the wrong side of the tracks, convicted for killing a wealthy woman whose privileged family took him in and treated him as one of their own. And Hayes’ relationship with her family isn’t the only tricky situation when she learns Wallace has hired a surprising person from her past to represent him in a high-stakes government investigation into his work as D.A.