PHOENIX - The Jodi Arias trial now has its own TV show with a live studio audience dubbed the “Jodi jury.”
The show is titled “HLN After Dark: The Jodi Arias Trial."
The HLN website describes it as “a new conversation that delves into the trial from a nighttime perspective. Our experts will present a bold accusation each day, related to evidence and hot topics presented in court, and they will argue all sides of the issue.”
The hosts and guests include Vinnie Politan, Nancy Grace, Jane Velez-Mitchell, Dr. Drew and Ryan Smith.
“HLN's trial experts will not only present and argue the evidence of each court day, they’ll do it in front of a live audience that doubles as a jury. At the end of each show, the jurors will vote and reveal a verdict on the day in court.”
The first show focused on the gun Jodi Arias claims she used in the death of Travis Alexander.
The “Jodi jury” was asked if they believed Jodi’s version of the story. They did not. Neither did the home viewers who could vote online.
“HLN After Dark: The Jodi Arias Trial” airs on HLN at 7:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday.
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