Amidst a media frenzy, 12 jurors are chosen for the polarizing case of a woman accused of two murders — including that of her two-year-old daughter.
As the trial gets underway, a detective faces intense questioning, and police missteps come to light. Delphine faces a disturbing reaction at home.
Leaked news creates divisions within the jury. Chief Inspector Pascual's zealous testimony paints a bleak picture of Frie's mental stability.
Brechtje's father testifies about her disappearance, but a courtroom outburst clouds the picture. Austere Carl clashes with his teenage daughter.
Stefaan takes the stand, where his credibility takes a hit. Taciturn Arnold makes a connection, and Joeri wrestles with his conscience.
Frie's lawyer uncovers a provocative new line of inquiry while a former prime suspect faces tough questions. Delphine and Noël encounter setbacks.
Troubling relationships come to light when Margot and her mother testify in court. Carl's daughter steps up to help, but things take a frightening turn.
The jury hear expert testimony and view crime-scene reconstructions that put Frie's alibis to the test. Arnold witnesses a troubling breach of ethics.
A pair of new revelations send the trial in an unexpected direction. Delphine takes Noël's advice to heart. Joeri and Holly open up to each other.
The trial concludes, and all eyes turn to the jury as they spar over the truth of what happened to Brechtje and Roos — and who is responsible.