“You work homicide before?” “I’m sick of their eyes, they’re wanting answers.” “The dead don’t need answers, they’re dead.” How long does it take to Bury the Truth? In Netflix’s new anthology series police shooting drama series ‘Seven Seconds’ in a society fraught with racial tension, sensational headlines, and an audience who would rather be entertained than informed, seven seconds can mean life or death. The death of a 15-year-old African-American boy in Jersey City sets off a police cover-up and a search for the truth. “A black teenager was left out in the cold to die, no one cares his life does not factor into the equation of this city.”
“My son laid in the cold dead for hours, and whoever did this is free.” From creator and executive producer, Veena Sud in a society fraught with racial tension, sensational headlines, and an audience who would rather be entertained than informed, seven seconds can mean life or death, the new Netflix original series gives viewers a look at the human stories behind the headlines. “I know who he is, that man deserves to die for what he did to my son!”
“Each day I wake up and it lands on me like it’s the first time. I just feel like I’m losing my mind.” How far would you go for the truth. ‘Seven Seconds’ stars two-time Emmy winner Regina King alongside British actress Clare-Hope Ashitey, Russell Hornsby, Beau Knapp, Michael Mosely, David Lyons, Raúl Castillo, and Zackary Momoh. The emotional, gritty, and dark series will consist of ten episodes, which will be released on Netflix on February 23, 2018.
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