BBC Courtroom Drama ‘You Don’t Know Me’ Plays on Netflix in June


‘You Don't Know Me’ is a four-part crime drama based on the gripping 2017 novel by author Imran Mahmood. It follows a young man stands accused of murder. The evidence is overwhelming. But at his trial, this man tells an extraordinary story.

‘You Don't Know Me’ Release Date

‘You Don't Know Me’ was first aired on BBC One on December 5, 2021, and the series was afterwards made available to view on BBC iPlayer. 

Netflix will release it internationally on June 17, 2022.

‘You Don't Know Me’ Trailer

The trailer of the first season of the series ‘You Don't Know Me’ was released on 16th November 2021 by BBC Trailers. Watch the Netflix trailer below.

‘You Don't Know Me’ Plot

According to the BBC, here's what you should expect on season 1:

“Hero, a young man from south London, is in the dock for murder.

The prosecution barrister relates damning evidence to him in the closing speech. Hero decides he wants to tell his own story, rather than the version that his barrister decided was in his best interests, and exercises his right to present his own closing speech.
He fires his barrister and tells the jury that he is innocent, sharing a very different sequence of events that placed a law-abiding car salesman in the frame for murder.”

‘You Don't Know Me’ Cast

Here’s to the people that give justice to the show, Samuel Adewunmi (The Last Tree) as Hero, Sophie Wilde (Talk to Me) as Kyra, Bukky Bakray (Rocks) as Bless, Roger Nsengiyumva (Tomb Raider) as Jamil,  Tuwaine Barrett (The Witchfinder) as Curt, Yetunde Oduwole (Meet the Adebanjos) as Adebi, and Nicholas Khan (Transformers: The Last Knight) as Sam.

‘You Don't Know Me’ Showrunners

‘You Don't Know Me’ was adapted for screens by the writer of Vigil, Tom Edge under Snowed-In Productions.

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