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Depp v. Heard Docu-Series Set to Premiere on Netflix: Release Date, Trailer, and Exclusive Details Revealed!

A docu-series Depp v. Heard has been announced for Netflix to throw light on the infamous defamation trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Everyone is well aware of the highly publicized divorce between Depp and Heard that later brought defamation trials too. Well, once again we can witness that but this time on Netflix.

Read ahead to know more about Netflix to come up with the docu-series Depp v. Heard based on the defamation trial between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp.

Depp v. Heard docu-series on Netflix

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard’s divorce has been one of the most highly publicized divorces of all time. As both parties went on to seriously accuse each other of it. In the whole Depp and Heard drama though, we got a defamation trial from Depp against Heard too in the year 2022.

The trial of Virginia though lastly came in favor of Depp. Post which Heard had to pay Depp $1 million in damages. Well, if you believe you missed what happened between the two parties during the defamation trial. Then Netflix’s new docu-series Depp v. Heard is going to show exactly the same.

When is Netflix’s Depp v. Heard to stream?

For all those who have been keen to watch the Depp v. Heard docu-series on Netflix. The same is arriving shortly on the streaming platform. As we already have the dates of it announced. Yes, the Depp v. Heard docu-series is to stream from 16th August 2023.

So, if you want to recall all that happened between Amber Heard and Johnny Depp during the defamation trial in Virginia. Then don’t miss to watch the premiere of the docu-series on 16th August. While we let you know what more to expect in the Netflix series based on Depp and Heard.

What to expect from Depp v. Heard docu-series?

Although we all know that Depp v. Heard docu-series is going to throw light on what happened at the defamation trial of Johnny Depp against Amber Heard. The trailer of the Netflix series shows clips of the televised defamation trial of the estranged ex-couple.

However, the docu-series won’t be showing the whole story all over again being biased and will let viewers make their own conclusion on the same. The series would be showing the facts and courtroom scenes in it. You can wait to see meanwhile what exactly is going to be there in the docu-series.

Ruchi Singh

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