When will the fourth episode of Season 3 of Criminal Justice, starring Pankaj Tripathi, become available for online viewing on Disney Plus Hotstar?
After a busy week at work or school, there’s nothing better than unwinding on the weekend with a binge-watch of the newest smash TV series.
As we head into the weekend, news of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power will dominate the headlines, but Criminal Justice is likely the week’s second biggest TV release (after House of the Dragon).
When will episode 4 of the third season of the tense Disney Plus Hotstar adaptation of the British series Criminal Justice premiere?
Criminal Justice Episode 4: Release Date And Time
Episode 4 of Season 3 of Criminal Justice will premiere on Disney Plus’s Hotstar OTT service on Friday, September 9th.
Even though neither the streaming giant nor the Criminal Justice creators have said when fresh episodes will be accessible to view, the first three were made available to stream on the website at 12 AM IST.
New episodes are available to watch for international viewers at the following times:
- Pacific Time – 11.30 AM (September 8)
- Eastern Time – 1.30 PM (September 8)
- British Time – 7.30 PM (September 8)
- European Time – 8.30 PM (September 8)
- Pakistan Time – 11.30 PM (September 8)
- India Time – 12 AM (September 9)
- Philippine Time – 2.30 AM (September 9)
- Australia Central Time – 4 AM (September 9)
Where to Watch Criminal Justice Season 3?
Prices start at Rs 49/month for a mobile-only membership to Disney Plus Hotstar, with discounts available for longer periods of time (Rs 199/month and Rs 499/year, respectively).
For an additional Rs 899 a year, a Super subscription grants access to Disney Plus Hotstar on two devices. Last but not least, there’s a Premium plan that costs Rs 1499 a year and allows streaming on four devices at once.
What Makes “Criminal Justice 3” Unique, According to the Production Team?
Pankaj Tripathi, who plays the major role in Criminal Justice, spoke with BolNews recently to break down the significance of the film’s very positive critical reception.
Indeed, he admitted it. “This is what acting is” and that the team “didn’t use to have these small nuances in the past but now we have.”
“People have microscopic lenses and people notice the smallest of gestures. Small things were not noticed earlier so one went on over-exaggerating the things in the past. If you look at the courtroom dramas of Indian cinema and look at Criminal Justice, you will find a lot of differences. This show is dramatic as well as real.” – Pankaj Tripathi, via BolNews.
Creator Rohan Sippy would then add how “The writers, producers, and we as directors and actors have to be on the same page, to add uniqueness to the courtroom drama series.”
Sippy then shared how “You really connect to Madhav through his sense of humor and through that, you enjoy the show a lot more. When we feel that a scene can be improvised by adding a line here and there, it makes work a lot more exciting.”
“Having that confidence that the show’s character is not changing but is only being enhanced, makes it all the more appealing and accessible, keeping the seriousness of the case intact. It is an enjoyable process to find the right balance. You can’t manage that if you don’t have wonderful actors who can understand that.” – Rohan Sippy, via BolNews.
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