Paul Walker had been a prominent actor in the “Fast and the Furious” franchise. Yet, along with his close friend and professional racer Roger Rodas, the Carrera GT they were riding went on a collision with a tree and burned. Thus lead to their death last 2013.

According to Celebrity Insider, a new crime series entitled “Paul Walker: Collision Course” was produced to uncover the evidence in Walker’s death. The crime series then concluded ways and evidence that prove that the actor could’ve survived the crash with Rodas.

The preview trailer introduced attorney Craig McClellan which speaks on pieces of evidence in Walker’s death. The attorney then mentioned that aside from the Carrera GT being in half, “The passenger compartment forward went one way, the gas tank and engine compartment went the other way. And Paul Walker was caught in between.”

Furthermore, it was said that due to the event, Walker’s ribs, collarbone and upper arm bone was crashed. An eyewitness Abe Rodriguez then mentioned that she had told the police exactly what she had seen and the police wrote it down as she said. “This industrial area has cameras everywhere. There are cameras all over. Nobody bothered pulling them out to see what happened. I know what I saw!” Yet, the police report didn’t say an event or security camera captured the crash as Radar Online reported.

McClellan then stated that Walker was breathing when the crash happened since he was strapped in. The new evidence was said that Walker’s throat had soot in it so that means he was breathing when the car burned into flames. McClellan then concluded that “It was a survivable collision.”

On the bright side, Vin Diesel, as fans know had a hard time with Walker’s death. Yet, Diesel said in an interview that his co-actor’s death is what inspired them to pursue his role in “Fast and the Furious 8.” "The studio supposedly wants 8, 9 and 10. I’ll be 50. Even if 7 were to [tank], there’s at least an 8. That’s a guarantee” is what Walker’s statement days before his death that pushed Diesel further.

“Paul Walker: Collision Course” began airing last March 18 on Reelz.