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A brand new Aussie drama bolstered by a star-studded local cast is finally set to premiere this week. Here’s how you can stream.

It’s been a while since a gritty Australian drama has hit our screens.

That ends this week with the premiere of Foxtel* original TV show The Twelve, which will debut on Tuesday, June 21 at 8.30pm.

Jurassic World actor Sam Neill joins fellow Aussies Marta Dusseldorp and Kate Mulvany in the 10-part courtroom series, which is commissioned by The Foxtel Group and produced by Warner Bros and Easy Tiger Productions.

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It will chronicle the story of 12 jurors deciding the fate of a woman named Kate Lawson (Mulvany), who stands accused of killing her teenage niece.

Neill plays defence barrister Brett Colby and Dusseldorp stars as Lucy Bloom – the prosecution.

Brooke Satchwell, Hazem Shammas, Ngali Shaw, Silvia Colloca, Jenni Baird and Matt Nable further bolster the star-studded cast.

How can I watch The Twelve?

New episodes will air weekly from Tuesday, June 21 on Foxtel’s Fox Showcase channel at 8.30pm AEST, and will also be available to stream on demand afterwards.

New customers can take advantage of the 10-day free trial and start streaming instantly. Sign up at

What’s The Twelve about?

While the murder case forms the centre of the storyline, the jury are the backbone of The Twelve.

Viewers will follow the lives of 12 ordinary Australians who are to decide the fate of Lawson, each with their own complicated histories.

An official synopsis reads: “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.”

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