Court TV has never broadcast a trial half as exciting as the one decided by the jurors of Twelve Angry Men. Over the course of one monumentally tense afternoon, a dozen ordinary citizens decide the fate of a teenager alleged to have murdered his own father. What initially appears to be an open-and-shut case proves to be anything but, as passions are ignited and prejudices are revealed. Perhaps the best courthouse drama ever written, Reginald Rose’s original teleplay inspired an Oscar-nominated film and a critically acclaimed Broadway show. Back in 1994, Twelve Angry Men was The American Century Theater’s very first show – now, that acclaimed production’s director returns with a talented cast to present it once again.