FOXTEL today released the first official images from the set of new Australian crime drama series The Twelve currently in production in Sydney.
The first look images reveal the extensive cast including Sam Neill as Brett Colby – The Defence, Marta Dusseldorp as Lucy Bloom – The Prosecution, and Kate Mulvany as Kate Lawson – The Accused along with jurors Brendan Cowell as Garry, Pallavi Sharda as Corrie, Hazem Shammas as Farrad and Ngali Shaw as Jarrod.
The Twelve will plunge viewers into a gripping murder case beginning on the first day of jury selection in a complicated trial. Twelve ordinary citizens from diverse backgrounds have been summoned to the Supreme Court to decide the fate of a woman charged with murder. Over 10 episodes the lives and loves of the people who will decide if she is guilty or not are explored, their histories, their conflicts, their families, and their secrets.
THE TWELVE cast is one of the biggest ensembles of any series produced in Australia and also includes: Brooke Satchwell as Georgina, Jenni Baird as Diane Lawson, Matt Nable as Nathan Spears, Damien Strouthos as Alexi, Louisa Mignone as Detective Sam Chedid, Catherine Văn-Davies as Vanessa, Nicholas Cassim as Simon, Daniel Mitchell as Peter, Gennie Nevinson as Margaret, Bishanyia Vincent as Lily, Toby Blome as Number 8, Warren Lee as Trevor and Susan Kennedy as Mel, Coco Jack Gillies as Claire Spears, Silvia Colloca as Sonia Spears, Hamish Michael as Jamie Merrick and Ben Mingay as Flip Menelaus.
Currently in productionTHE TWELVE, a 10 x one-hour crime drama commissioned by the FOXTEL Group, is produced by Warner Bros. International Television Production Australia in partnership with Easy Tiger Productions with major production investment from Screen Australia in association with FOXTEL. Financed with support from Screen NSW. Executive Producers for the Foxtel Group are Brian Walsh & Penny Win.
First official images were revealed today at Screen Forever on the Gold Coast for FOXTEL Original THE TWELVE which will premiere on FOXTEL in 2022.