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The highly publicized murder trial of a young Sikh student brings together twelve jurors, who must survive the media circus and reach a verdict in this thoughtful and gripping mini-series. Featuring an all-star cast including Gerard Butler, Mark Strong, Julie Walters and Derek Jacobi.

The Jury is a Action & Adventure series that is currently running and has 2 seasons (11 episodes). The series first aired on February 13, 2019. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.8.

The Jury is available for streaming on the Amazon Addon website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Jury on demand at Tubi TV Amazon Prime, The Roku Channel Free, Tubi TV online.

Amazon Addon
2 Seasons, 11 Episodes
February 13, 2019
Action & Adventure
7.8/10
Cast: Paul Bhattacharjee, Gerard Butler, Nina Sosanya, Nicholas Farrell
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The Jury Full Episode Guide

  • Paul has told the jury what he knows and they struggle to reach a majority.

  • Lane takes the stand. Jeffrey waits anxiously as Tahir finds out about his US visa.

  • Watts cross-examines Commander Howson, the man in charge of the investigation.

  • Mallory calls his witnesses and the evidence against Lane is examined.

  • The jurors are forced to face the complexities of their own lives.

  • Eddie finds Johnnie on the floor but must get him ready for the final day in court.

  • Jeremy takes the boys to school,their clothes are ragged and he feels ashamed.

  • Duvinder is taunted about the approaching cross examination by prosecution.

  • It is Duvinder's first day in the witness box.

  • The trial continues as the jurors explore their own faults and fears: recovering alcoholic Johnnie gets close to Rose, Elsie deals with severe medical issues and Jeremy encounters the man who once led him to financial ruin.

  • When a 15 year-old UK student is found murdered by a ceremonial sword and his Sikh classmate is charged, twelve jurors come together for the first day of testimony in what is to be the most controversial and fiercely debated trial in the nation.