A West Michigan woman who is in prison for setting a fire that killed her daughter hopes a new Netflix show will exonerate her.

'The Confession Tapes,' much like the Netflix series 'Making a Murderer,' will spotlight individuals who some believe have been wrongly convicted.

Karen Boes was convicted of setting fire to her Zeeland home in July of 2002. She has been sentenced to life in prison without parole on arson and murder charges. Kelly Loudenberg, creator and director of the series, says she believes there was enough reasonable doubt in the case to acquit Boes.

'The Confession Tapes' began streaming on Netflix Friday. (9/8)