‘Presumed Innocent’ Is the Juiciest Show of the Summer

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I won't mince words here: Apple TV+'s Presumed Innocent has taken over my life. And if you're reading this, I have a feeling that you’re wrapped up in the mystery, too. For those of you who are catching up, Presumed Innocent is a new courthouse drama starring Jake Gyllenhaal as Rusty Sabich—a prosecutor who’s accused of murdering his coworker and (not so) secret mistress, Carolyn Polyemus.

Despite the growing mountain of evidence, Rusty insists he didn’t kill her. He even says so nine... times... in the show's railer. Then again, Rusty isn't the most reliable narrator. “They’re going to see that I was obsessed with her,” he says. “I was basically stalking her.”

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Gyllenhaal spoke about sparring with Sarsgaard onscreen. “Working every day on these scenes, though they are antagonistic, it’s so fun for the two of us,” he said. “There’s that thing with actors that we love those scenes, you know? You always love that you act those things out, and it’s full of drama. But also, you get to bring a kind of catharsis to your own relationship. You know, there is a way of us bringing the history of us and then also, at the same time, just the deep respect we have for each other.”

Below, you’ll find all the details for when and how to tune in.

Where Can I Watch Presumed Innocent?

The first two episodes premiered on Wednesday, June 12. The series is available exclusively on Apple TV+, where you can find some of Esquire’s favorite series, including Masters of the Air, Constellation, and Hijack.

When Does the Next Episode of Presumed Innocent Debut?

A new episode drops each week on Apple TV+. You can find the full streaming schedule below. If you're just now tuning in, don't worry: there's still plenty of time to catch up before the finale. On July 24, we'll find out if Rusty really is innocent.

Episode 1: “Bases Loaded” (June 12)

Episode 2: “People vs. Rozart Sabich” (June 12)

Episode 3: “Discovery” (June 19)

Episode 4: “The Burden” (June 26)

Episode 5: “Pregame” (July 3)

Episode 6: “The Elements” (July 10)

Episode 7: “The Witness” (July 17)

Episode 8: “The Verdict” (July 24)

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