Tuesday, May 31, 2022

THE COURT IS READY FOR SESSION IN THE TWELVE MINI TV SERIES WITH SAM NEILL! SEE THE POSTERS AND TRAILER

  THE TWELVE SERIES  
STARTS THIS JUNE
You already know that your trusted spy loves everything Australian, their actors, films and shows, so let us rejoice together in the news that June 21st over at Foxtel
The Twelve will commence June 21st
new event series THE TWELVE finally starts starring Sam Neill as the judge in this courtroom drama that tells the story of 12 ordinary Australians who are selected for jury duty in a murder trial as traumatising as it is controversial, in which a woman stands accused of killing her teenage niece. Behind the façade of their anonymity, these twelve ordinary people bring with them their own histories. Lives that are as complex as the trial, full of dreams, secrets, hope, fears, personal trauma, and prejudice. Through the multiple lenses of these jurors, audiences will see the fragility and imbalances of the law, and the chaotic and flawed way we attempt to determine justice in our society. Over ten episodes the limited series will explore the lives and loves of the people who will decide the fate of the accused, their histories, their conflicts, their families, their secrets. This includes a gentle suburban mum whose husband’s adoration may be hiding coercion, a builder torn away from his responsibilities, a star student struggling with being a role model to his indigenous community, a chronic gambler with money problems and a brash millennial plagued by traumatic memories. The values they bring and the challenges they confront will shape the different ways they react to the unfolding trial.

4 comments:

  1. I'm rejoicing with you! This does look good. I like the change of perspective that it's from the POV of the jury.

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    1. Hope they have some really juicy secrets.

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  2. Now this looks good! I'm usually not much into court types of shows, but I did watch Anatomy of a Scandal a few weeks back and got a little suck into the courtroom drama. It will be nice to see this one play out from the jury's perspective. Though I myself will try every trick in the book to get out of jury duty. I don't subscribe to the it's an honor and my civic duty to be on a jury that many people here do. My mind wanders and I get bored, so neither party should want me trying to judge anyone.

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    1. I have Anatomy downloaded but haven't still watched it yet. I started the final season of Discovery of Witches last night.

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