WATCH: The season finale of Finné tackles a man wrongfully imprisoned for one of Ireland's biggest train robberies 5 months ago

WATCH: The season finale of Finné tackles a man wrongfully imprisoned for one of Ireland's biggest train robberies

The final episode of the season airs this week.

Over the course of its first season, Finné has proven to be an incredible documentary series, with a different famous Irish crime tackled in each of the episodes.

From the story of Frank Stagg, a 1976 hunger-striker whose coffin was "hijacked", to the opening episode that received a lot of comparisons to Making A Murderer, the show had viewers hooked.

For the show's final episode this season, it will tackle the story of Osgur Breatnach, who reveals how he was wrongly convicted of one of the biggest robberies in Irish history.

In 1976, around £200,000 was stolen from a train heading from Cork to Dublin was robbed near Sallins in Kildare.

The story of how Breatnach came to be implicated in the robbery, and the almost-unbelievable story of the court case that took place in light of his arrest, is absolutely incredible.

The finale will air on TG4 on Wednesday 24 October at 9.30pm, and you can watch a clip from the episode right here:

Clip via magamedia