Jonny Depp v Amber Heard Trial on Netflix Docuseries Watch the Trailer

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s trial captivated the world, and now it’s making a comeback on Netflix. Scheduled to be released on August 16, 2023.

Depp V Heard, a three-part documentary series, is set to reexamine the infamous lawsuit between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.

Heard and Depp do not appear to have participated in the series.

The “Depp v. Heard” Netflix trailer leans on televised footage and live-stream throughout the Virginia trial, which began in April 2022.

The trial came to an end in June when the jury found both Heard and Depp liable for defamation in their suits against each other.

The verdict was announced on June 1, 2022, and it was more in favor of Depp than Heard. (Depp won all three counts, and Heard won one of three.) As a result, the actor was awarded $10 million in damages. Amber was awarded $2 million in damages.

The series will highlight the trial’s most defining moments and offer a side-by-side comparison of testimonies by both, Depp and Heard.

It will explore the media circus (thanks to Depp’s request for a televised trial) — and how social media made it the first “Trial by TikTok.”

Netflix’s description reads, “Showing both testimonies side-by-side for the first time, this series explores this global media event, questioning the nature of truth and the role it plays in our modern society.”

Watch the trailer below or follow this link.


Source, ET, Daily Mail, CNN


1 Comment

  1. I Think Amber Heard Is on the same level as Virginia Thomas, Melania Trump, Meghan Markle, Hilaria Baldwin, Louise Linton, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Elaine Chao, Lara Trump, Blac Chyna, Erika Jayne, Patrizia Reggiani, Ivanka Trump, Elizabeth Holmes, Anna Sorokin, Rebekah Neumann, Vanessa Trump, Ghislaine Maxwell, Wallis Simpson, Leona Helmsley, Heather Mills, Eva Braun, Oksana Grigorieva, Ivana Trump, Marla Maples,


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