Seven Seconds Season 1: Release Date & Everything We Know So Far

This 10-part crime drama is set to be arriving on Netflix in February. But what do we currently know about it? You should find everything you need to be prepared for this new Netflix Original in the article below, including plot, cast, trailer and the exact release date.

The Plot

Not many specifics have been released about the plot as of yet. The show will be an anthological series, much like Black Mirror. Tensions are running extremely high in Jersey City after a young black teenager is run over and critically injured by a white cop. The department attempt to cover-up the incident, which just enrages the community and racial tension explodes. We suspect from the 15-second teaser trailer that they intend the plot to be mostly kept under wraps until the show’s release. The series will focus on the “human stories behind the headlines”.

The series is somewhat based on the 2013 Russian movie, “The Major” which was produced by Rock Films, and stared Yuri Bykov who also directed, edited, composed, and wrote the movie.

*if more plot information is announced before the release of the show, we will update this article, so keep it bookmarked*

The Cast

The show has been created by showrunner Veena Sid along with Gavin O’Connor (The Killing) and will be produced by Fox 21 Television Studios.

One of the biggest stars in Seven Seconds is two-time Emmy winner Regina King who joined the cast last year. Alongside Regina will feature actors like Beau Knapp (Sand Castle) and Michael Mosely (Ozark), both from previous Netflix Original shows.

Actors Left to Right:

– Regina King, Russell Hornsby, David Lyons,
– Beau Knapp. Clare-Hope Ashitey, Michael Mosley
– Zackary Momoh, Raul Castillo, Patrick Murney

Some of the other cast members include:

– Nadia Alexander
– Michelle Veintimilla
– Adriana DeMeo
– Coley Speaks
– Corey Champagne
– Londi Brooks

The Trailer

Release Date

The show will consist of 10 episodes that are due to be released on Netflix worldwide on February 23, 2018. 

Regarding a potential second season, nothing has been confirmed by Netflix or Fox as of yet. It will be interesting to see which direction the show takes and whether the story could easily be continued.

Are you looking forward to this show? Will you be binge watching it on February 23rd? Let us know in the comments below. 

Alex Hirlam

Alex Hirlam has been a contributor to What's on Netflix and provided weekly roundups for Australia and Canada as well as other features. Alex came to What's on Netflix for an apprenticeship where he spent a year and a half maintaining the libraries of the two regions as well as contributing content. Resides in Norwich, UK.