In August 2023, Netflix will debut the eagerly anticipated three-part documentary series “Depp vs Heard,” which is based on the gripping court case that captivated audiences everywhere in 2022.
The HBO show investigates the drama that unfolded in court involving the stars Johnny Depp and Amber Heard, offering insight into the repercussions and the decision to webcast the trial live for the general public.
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The intriguing documentary “Depp V Heard” follows the court case and the protracted legal fights between the two famous people. The implications of broadcasting the trial to the entire world are highlighted in the second and third episodes, which also examine the impact of internet media coverage and social media’s reaction to the ruling.
Mixed reviews were given to the documentary series’ initial broadcast on Channel 4 in late May. The two-star review in The Guardian called it “profoundly depressing television,” and The Telegraph applauded its portrayal of the trial’s social media circus.
Under her Empress Films label, renowned director Emma Cooper is directing and executive producing the picture. She has previously contributed to well-known Netflix Original films like “The Disappearance of Madeleine McCann,” “Bikram: Yogi, Guru, Predator,” and “The Mystery of Marilyn Monroe: The Unheard Tapes.”
Cooper will also make an appearance in a foreseeable Netflix Original movie about the life and demise of well-known British television broadcaster Jill Dando.