"Seven Seconds" is an American crime drama streaming television series directed by Veena Sud.
The starring cast includes Clare-Hope Ashitey, Beau Knapp, Michael Mosley, David Lyons, Russell Hornsby, Raúl Castillo, Patrick Murney, Zackary Momoh, Michelle Veintimilla, Regina King and others.

Here are "Seven Seconds" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Seven Seconds TV series?

Netflix on Wednesday, January 24, 2018 released the trailer for "Seven Seconds" you can watch here:
Seven Seconds | Official Trailer | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is Seven Seconds TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Seven Seconds" TV series plot summary.

Peter Jablonski, a white police officer, accidentally hits and critically injures Brenton Butler (Daykwon Gaines) - a black teenager from Jersey City - with his car. Jablonski calls his friends on the force to the scene. They assume Brenton is dead and a cover up ensues. Racial tensions explode in the face of injustice and the absence of quick resolution of the case.


Who plays who in the Seven Seconds TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Seven Seconds" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Clare-Hope Ashitey  as KJ Harper
Beau Knapp  as Peter Jablonski
Michael Mosley  as Joe 'Fish' Rinaldi
David Lyons  as Mike DiAngelo
Russell Hornsby  as Isaiah Butler
Raúl Castillo  as Felix Osorio
Patrick Murney  as Manny Wilcox
Zackary Momoh  as Seth Butler
Michelle Veintimilla  as Marie Jablonski
Regina King  as Latrice Butler
Corey Champagne  as Kadeuce Porter
Nadia Alexander  as Nadine MacAllister
Adriana DeMeo  as Teresa
Jeremy Davidson  as James Connelly
Sawyer Niehaus  as Maggie Rinaldi
Gretchen Mol  as Sam Hennessy
Coley Speaks  as Vontrell 'Messiah' Odoms
Londi Brooks  as Church Member
Lesli Margherita  as Crystal Diangelo
Corey Marshall  as Church Member
Rachel Navarro  as Hennesy's Assistant
Alex Perez  as JCPD Officer
Justina Adorno  as Jasmine
Ron Canada  as Pastor Adler
Melanie Nicholls-King  as Marcelle
Robert Turano  as Howard
Jorge Cordova  as Luis Carillo
Sprague Grayden  as Alison
Fredric Lehne  as Peter Jablonski Sr.
David Zayas  as Medina
Gamze Ceylan  as Dr. Sayegh
Bill Buell  as Mac Dorsey
Daykwon Gaines  as Brenton Butler
Shari Abdul  as Janie
Kerry Flanagan  as Sgt. Annie Yates
Christian Barber  as Cole Williams
Anastasia Barzee  as Evelyn McAllister
Jason Boyle  as Juror #3
James Chen  as Franklin Lee
Louis Anthony Colello  as Arresting Officer
Kitty Crystal  as Juror
Andy English  as Reporter
Jeffrey Farber  as Juror #1 foreman
David Fletcher  as Court Clerk
Odette Warder Henderson  as Patron
Anthoula Katsimatides  as Reporter
Austin Katz  as Biker Friend and Middle School Prep Student
Sarah Lefler  as Juror
Angela McKenzie  as Precinct Secretary
Robert Reed Murphy  as Juror
Brian O'Neill  as Judge Robert P. Dolan
Marlon Perrier  as Deputy
Annie Pisapia  as Hospital Visitor
Dylan Prince  as Shot Gun Kid
Heather Simms  as Elle Guest Star
Jacqueline Sydney  as Juror #2
Robert Taylor Jr.  as Actor
Sheryl Minikes  as Reporter
Count Stovall  as Pastor Phelps
Rachel Resheff  as Megan Connelly
Lucy Owen  as Mrs. Connelly
Kyle Sutton  as Ryan Connelly
Chris McGinn  as Cafeteria Worker
Brian Michael Smith  as Sheriff's Deputy
Jim C. Ferris  as Public Defender
Jo Twiss  as Nurse
Philip Hoffman  as Evidence Tech
Lee Shepherd  as Judge Blatt
Guiesseppe Jones  as Judge Lenox
Amanda Mikhail  as Chloe
C.L. Simpson  as Mimi
Vandit Bhatt  as Male Jogger
Joel Van Liew  as Mr. Deakins
Suni Reyes  as ER Receptionist
Coy DeLuca  as Impound Tech
Khalil Middleton  as Banger #1
Andhy Méndez  as Med Tech
Malcolm Xavier  as Banger #2
Tonya Canady  as ICU Nurse #2
R.J. Foster  as Uni #1
Jacob Berger  as Uniform #1
Brandon Cusma  as County Clerk
Anthony Bisciello  as Officer #4
Frank Carlo  as Uniform #5
Patrick Cooley  as Bartender
Teodorina Bello  as Old Dominican Woman
Kevin Mui  as Newbie Asst. Prosecutor
Joe Abbate  as Processing Officer
Zach Anderson  as Prep School Boy
Kevin Anton  as Hank Rossi
J. Cameron Barnett  as Junkie
Frantz Baron  as Sisters boyfriend
Tommy Bayiokos  as JCP Officer Lewis
Alexander Blaise  as Nadine's Father
Justin Blake  as Undercover JCPD
Craig Bockhorn  as Judge Steven Lafferty
Joshua Boone  as Khalil
Nile Bullock  as Corey
Devin Derrell Burton  as Witness
Natalie Carter  as Sister
Daniel Case  as Cop #2
Alison Chace  as Reporter
Sherwyn Charles  as Self - Beat up Kid
David Chen  as Protester
Justin Clarke  as Protester'11
Mykey Cooper  as Young Kadeuce
Ray Crisara  as Riot Commander
Jerry DiLeo  as Jersey City Police
Michael Durodola  as Prisoner
Benny Elledge  as Tow Truck Driver
Todd Faulkner  as Store Manager
Adam Feingold  as Uniform cop
Danny Garcia  as Sketch Artist
Matthias Sebastiun Garry  as Protestors
Wilton Guzman  as Bus Driver
Sydney James Harcourt  as Public Defender
Teresa Hui  as Reporter #1
Tre Jamison  as Donique
Daralyn Jay  as Reporter #1
Clark Johnson  as KJ's Father
Chester Jones III  as Neighborhood Guy
Javon Jomo Jones  as Teenager
Wesley T. Jones  as Bullhorn Man
Níke Uche Kadri
Qurrat Ann Kadwani  as Newscaster
Carli Katz  as Teen Bowler
Bethany Kay  as Bartender
Mike Keller  as Lock-up Deputy
Isaiah Kemp  as Corner Boy
Dennis Lauricella  as JCPD
Geraldine Leer  as Nurse
Mark Lotito  as Disgruntled cop #1
Marla Louissaint  as Stella
Scott Martin  as Homeless Perp
Jalesia Martinez  as Neighborhood Kid
Lou Martini Jr.  as Barry Piumetti
Michael DeeJay Millz Mason  as Press
Mike Massimino  as Freddy
Ryan Jordan McCarthy  as Uni #1
Justin Marcel McManus  as Uniform #2
Damir Mrkulic  as Uniform JCPD
Brian Patrick Murphy  as Uni #2
Naledi Murray  as Tasha
Natasha Murray  as Mrs. Dukes
Robert Myers  as Courtroom Spectator
Patrick Noonan  as Desk Seareant
Ashley North  as Prostester
Garry Pastore  as Detective Partega
Matthew Rauch  as Jay Sterling
Deborah Rayne  as Bailiff
Kendrick Alan Reinsch  as Riot Cop
Sean Ricciardi  as Uniform #1
Wilben Roche  as Thickness
Cruz Rodriguez  as Neighborhood kid playing basketball
Frank Rodriguez  as Judge Javier Mendoza
Jay Russell  as Medical Examiner
Joshua Schubart  as Reporter #2
Kacie Sheik  as Cindy
Mihran Slougian  as Shift Supervisor
Sophia Smith  as Lawyer
Devon Talbott  as Homeless Kid
Jarvis Tomdio  as Cash Box Boy
Bisserat Tseggai  as Peaches Tally
Barrington Walters Jr.  as Teddy
Keona Welch  as Sonja Harper
Toni Whitlock  as Juror #2
Hope Olaidé Wilson  as Aisha Harper
Eric Wright  as Reginald Dukes
Malik Yoba  as Wes
Erick Zamora  as Sketch Artist


What are Seven Seconds filming details?

"Seven Seconds" series are produced by KMF Films, Bender Brown Productions, Filmtribe and Fox 21 Television Studios.

The average duration of each episode is 54 - 80 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.


What are critics and audiences saying about Seven Seconds TV series?

"Seven Seconds" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 77/100.

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