It will arrive on Netflix on August 16 depp v. heardDocumentary in 3 parts that will reconstruct the now famous trial between the two stars.
in 2018 Amber Heard Wrote an op-ed for The Washington Post exposing sexual abuse. While ex-husband Johnny Depp was never mentioned, her lawyers sued him for $50 million in damages. Herd retaliated, asking for $100 million.
In April 2022, the Depp vs. Heard trial in Fairfax, Virginia begins with cameras allowed in the courtroom.
The trial received tremendous media coverage for six weeks.
Depp v. Heard, miniseries directed by Emma CooperDeconstructs the entire process, with the aim of presenting a neutral overview of what happens when the court of public opinion begins to question perceived reality.
The three-part series will present testimony from Depp and Heard, using 200 hours of coverage of the trial in live streaming, as well as their words with social commentary, sparking divisions among fans, the conspiracy theories born in those two months that exploded online in favor of Johnny.
depp v. heard Raising questions about the role social media played in the process, the debate outside the courtroom has raised provocative and uncomfortable questions about how it may have affected the final outcome.