Entertainment Central Park 5, 'When They See Us' cast set for special 'in-depth' conversation with Oprah Winfrey Central Park 5 set for special ‘in-depth’ conversation with Oprah Winfrey The cast of Netflix’s “When They See Us” and the five men previously dubbed the Central Park Five will sit down with Oprah Winfrey for an intimate discussion following the success of Ava DuVernay’s limited series. (Credit: Netflix) By Meghan Giannotta email@example.com @MeghGia Updated June 12, 2019 8:46 AM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email The cast of Netflix’s “When They See Us” and the five men previously dubbed the Central Park Five will sit down with Oprah Winfrey for an intimate discussion following the success of Ava DuVernay’s limited series. The Central Park Five — now being called the Exonerated Five by Netflix — will join Winfrey for a “special in-depth conversation," according to the streaming service. Their conversation, previously recoded, will premiere on Netflix and Winfrey’s OWN on Wednesday, June 12, at 10 p.m. The chat, called “When They See Us Now,” will be a part of Netflix’s Emmy FYSEE showcase, a “For Your Consideration” platform drawing awards attention toward the production. The special will include two separate discussions: one with the series’ actors, Niecy Nash, Jharrel Jerome, Michael K. Williams, Joshua Jackson, Asante Blackk, Caleel Harris, Ethan Herisse, Jovan Adepo, Chris Chalk, Freddy Miyares and Justin Cunningham, as well as executive producers Jane Rosenthal and Berry Welsh. The second will bring out the Exonerated Five men — Antron McCray, Kevin Richardson, Yusef Salaam, Raymond Santana and Korey Wise — and DuVernay. The four-part Netflix series has received critical praise since it hit the streaming service last week. It recounted the experience of five boys wrongly convicted in the April 1989 rape of 28-year-old investment banker Trisha Meili in Central Park. All five of them were charged in connection with the case despite a lack of evidence, due to confession tapes they insist were coerced. They served between 6 and 13 years in prison and were exonerated of their crimes in 2002 when Matias Reyes confessed. The goal of DuVernay’s series was to give a voice to the voiceless — a message spread by the decision to switch the title of the project from “Central Park Five” to “When They See Us.” “When They See Us” is streaming on Netflix. By Meghan Giannotta firstname.lastname@example.org @MeghGia Meghan Giannotta has been covering all things entertainment for amNY.com since 2016. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic What to know before watching the Central Park 5 series"When They See Us," a limited series about the Central Park jogger case, is available on Netflix. A look at where the Central Park 5 are nowThe Netflix series "When They See Us," tells the stories of the five teenagers who were wrongfully convicted of attacking and raping a jogger in Central Park in 1989. 'When They See Us' cast says series will leave you with 'fury, rage' The Central Park Five case "could have happened today," a series actress says. "Ask yourself how you're going to be a part of the solution." Filming 'When They See Us' in NY prisons changed Jharrel JeromeThe actor who portrayed Korey Wise says he "brought the work home every day. I couldn't sleep." Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.