Depp v. Heard docu-series coming on Netflix. Release date, watch trailer and more details
For those who can’t recall, it took place last year from April to June at Virginia. Notably, the trial caught the attention of millions as over 200 hours of live-streamed coverage flooded the media.
‘Depp v. Heard’ Trailer
The trailer is out and it shows footage from the televised trial, featuring Johnny Depp and Amber Heard taking the stand, their lawyers presenting arguments, and reactions from the public outside the courthouse. Basically, a know-it-all.
In the trailer, we can see people, supporters of both parties, discussing the-then ongoing trial, raising statements like “I would argue it’s a PR campaign…”
‘Depp v. Heard’ Release Date
“Depp v. Heard” is scheduled to premiere this August 16. It sure is giving viewers a chance to revisit one of the most sensationalized celebrity trials in the contemporary scenario.
When did it all begin?
The legal dispute between the former couple originated in 2018 when Johnny Depp sued Amber Heard for defamation. He took offense to an op-ed she authored for The Washington Post, in which she referred to herself as a “public figure representing domestic abuse.” Although Depp was not named in the article, he claimed that it harmed his acting career.
The trial ultimately found both parties liable for defamation, leading to a settlement between them. As part of the settlement, Amber Heard agreed to pay Depp $1 million in damages, which he later announced he would donate to five different charities.
Q1. What is the ‘Depp v. Heard’ docu-series’ tone?
A1. ‘Depp v. Heard’ docu-series is said to be balanced and fair. It will not take sides in the case, but will instead present the facts of the case and allow viewers to form their own opinions.
Q2. When is ‘Depp v. Heard’ docu-series coming?
A2. ‘Depp v. Heard’ will be available to watch starting August 16. It will stream exclusively on Netflix.
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