How to Watch Depp vs. Heard Trial Live Stream Week Six

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard will return to a Virginia courtroom on Monday as their multi-million dollar defamation trial continues.

The trial has captured the attention of millions, sparking mass online debates about their relationship and who is at fault. Depp is suing Heard for $50 million after she wrote an op-ed in 2018 stating that she was a survivor of domestic abuse. Depp was never mentioned by name, but his legal team argue that the insinuation has caused a huge loss of earnings for the actor in his career. Heard has made a counterclaim against Depp for $100 million.

Millions have been tuning in to watch clips of the trial, with many moments going viral and receiving the meme-treatment from social media viewers. Millions are also consuming the trial in real time by live-streaming events from the Circuit Court of Fairfax County.

How to Livestream the Depp vs. Heard Trial

Since the trial started on April 11, 2022, millions of viewers have been tuning in to watch the livestream of the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard trial on the Law&Crime Network YouTube channel.

Cameras are capturing every moment from inside the courtroom as they happen with witness testimony from Depp, Heard and dozens of people associated with the couple during their relationship.

Tens of millions of people have tuned in to the daily livestreams from the Law&Crime Network, which each last between seven and nine hours. These lengthy videos, and clips from the trial, have become some of the most viewed videos in the history of the YouTube channel.

When Is the Next Live Stream?

The Law&Crime Network promise "gavel to gavel" coverage when the trial resumes on Monday May 16, 2022.

The case is expected to resume in court at 9 a.m. ET in Virginia, so the livestream from the network is likely to begin at around the same time.

The court has been in session from Monday to Thursday during each week, with the exception of week 5, but normal service will resume this week.

What Is Next in the Depp vs. Heard Trial

Before the trial took an extended break, Amber Heard's legal team had just started to make their own case. Heard took the stand and recounted incidents of alleged abuse from Depp during their relationship.

Heard is expected to take the stand again when the court reconvenes and she'll face cross-examination from Depp's legal team.

Why Was the Depp vs. Heard Trial Delayed?

The last day of the trial was on Thursday May 5, which concluded week 4 of the trial.

There was no court in session during week 5 as as Judge Penney S. Azcarate attended to a previously scheduled conference engagement.

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard outside court
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard will return to Fairfax County Circuit Court in Virginia as their defamation case continues on Monday, May 16, 2022. Cliff Owen/Getty Images