Johnny Depp will be back in court in his defamation trial against his ex-wife Amber Heard, who he is suing for $50 million over an article she wrote in which claimed to be the victim of domestic violence, at 9 AM ET, as his rebuttal concludes, and Heard’s is set to begin, at the Fairfax County Courthouse in Virginia.
As you’re probably well aware by now, the trial is being broadcast to the world as if they were right there in the courtroom. The Johnny Depp trial stream starts an hour before the trial each day, usually showcasing the scene outside the courthouse, before the star’s motorcade arrives around 8:50 AM ET, and runs while court is in session.
Is The Johnny Depp Trial on Today?
The Johnny Depp trial is on today, with court scheduled to start at 9 AM ET. We’re in the final stretch of this lengthy trial, with closing statements scheduled for Friday, May 27, with Depp’s rebuttal now well underway. Heard’s defence will then (time permitting) have a chance to lodge her rebuttal case, before we enter the final phase.
Watch the Johnny Depp Trial Stream
You can watch the Johnny Depp trial stream online or catch the highlights on news channels on the television. You don’t need to bounce around, from website to website, or channel to channel, to find the trial stream, though: We have the latest Johnny Depp trial live stream below, so you can tune in right now.
How to Watch the Johnny Depp Trial on TV
The easiest way to watch the Johnny Depp trial on TV is through YouTube. Just load it up, and search for ‘Johnny Depp Trial Day 22’ and you’ll find a number of streams pop up from sources like The Law & Crime Network, Sky News, Fox News and LiveNow from Fox, as well as CBS News and Entertainment Today.
You can also watch the Johnny Depp trial on TV on the Law & Crime Trial Network — which requires a cable subscription. You can also find this coverage on YouTube on the network’s channel, and through cord-cutting live TV streaming services like FuboTV and Sling TV, or you can follow periodic updates on news networks like USA Network.
What Time is the Johnny Depp Trial Today?
Court will be in session from 9 AM ET and will end around 5:30 PM ET. We’ll see three breaks throughout the day: 15 minutes in the morning and afternoon, usually called in between witnesses or a shift in the line of questioning, and an hour for lunch. Occasionally, the trial will run later into the afternoon or evening to finish questioning.
When Does the Johnny Depp Trial End?
The Johnny Depp trial is now scheduled to end on Friday, May 27. It was originally scheduled to conclude on Thursday, May 19, but extra time was awarded on the account that significant evidence was still to be considered, to ensure that the jury had all of the details they need to make a fair and educated decision.
Closing statements will happen on May 27, before the jury head out for deliberations, which could take minutes, hours, or even weeks. The verdict could see Depp found to have conducted domestic abuse, which would see him lose defamation case, Heard win or lose her counter-claim, or both parties found to have been abusive and lose.
Johnny Depp Trial Stream FAQ
Is the Johnny Depp Trial on TV?
The Johnny Depp trial is on TV, but only on the Law & Crime Trial Network — which requires a cable subscription. The best way to watch, then, is on YouTube, where no subscriptions is needed (and it’s free!). If you’re set on watching through a cable channel, however, you can sign up for a one-week free trial of FuboTV to watch it live.
Of course, there’s no denying the fact this defamation case is headline news, and if you aren’t looking to watch the Johnny Depp trial live and instead want to be receive updates of the latest developments, you can tune into any number of news networks, who are sharing the most notable soundbites as and when they happen.
Is the Johnny Depp Trial Over Yet?
The Johnny Depp trial is not over yet. The case is in its rebuttal stage, with Depp’s underway and Heard’s set to follow, before closing statements are presented on Friday, May 27. The jury will then head out for deliberations with all of the evidence they’ve been presented with, which could take minutes, hours, or even weeks.
Is it Free to Watch the Johnny Depp Trial Stream?
It’s free to watch the Johnny Depp trial stream. Depending on where you’re watching, you may need to suffer watching an advertisement or two before the feed loads on your side, but this helps the service provider’s keep the lights on. Once you’re in and watching, you shouldn’t see coverage interrupted with adverts or anything of the sort.
Where Can I Watch the Johnny Depp Trial Today?
You can watch the Johnny Depp trial online, through a number of different broadcasters and networks. We have the Johnny Depp trial stream here, so you can watch the trial online, or you can head over to YouTube and find Day 22 coverage from several channels, including The Law & Crime Network and Court TV.
What Time Does the Johnny Depp Trial Begin Today?
The Johnny Depp trial begins at 9 AM ET today and will end around 5:30 PM ET. If you’re following along on the Johnny Depp trial live stream, you can tune in a bit before, to see the star arrive at the Fairfax County Courthouse with his attorneys, and stick around a little bit later to see him leave and the mood in the courtroom.
What Channel is the Johnny Depp Trial on DirecTV?
There isn’t official, dedicated coverage of the Johnny Depp trial on DirecTV. Neither the Law & Crime Trial Network or Court TV, the two main broadcasters, have channels on the streaming service. You can still follow updates on news networks like the USA Network, but consider watching on YouTube (or here) for the real deal.