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Two Arias jurors to break their silence to Dr. Drew

  • Jurors No. 6 and 17 break their silence on Dr. Drew On Call, May 28
  • Jurors could not reach a unanimous decision about whether Jodi Arias should live or die
Two Arias jurors to break their silence to Dr. Drew

The jurors from the Jodi Arias trial are ready to break their silence, and they’re talking to HLN! Watch special one-on-one interviews Tuesday night with Jane Velez-Mitchell at 7 p.m. ET, Nancy Grace at 8 p.m. ET and Dr. Drew On Call at 9 p.m. ET only on HLN!

Two women that had been sitting on the Jodi Arias jury for the last five months, simply known as jurors No. 6 and 17, will break their silence this Tuesday exclusively on HLN’s Dr. Drew On Call.

Three weeks ago, the jury had convicted Arias of first-degree murder in the death of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, noting that the murder was "proven" to be committed in an especially cruel manner, which was an aggravating factor that made Arias eligible for the death penalty.

But when it came to the sentencing phase, jurors could not reach a unanimous decision about whether the 32-year-old convicted murderer should live or die.

They deliberated for nearly 14 hours over the span of three days, but jurors ultimately remained split.  Judge Sherry Stephens declared a mistrial in the death penalty phase.

How close was Arias to death row? What really transpired inside that jury room? What were the key pieces of evidence that led to a first-degree murder conviction? And at what point did they start to find Arias’ story untruthful?

The jurors are ready to talk ... and they'll do it this Tuesday, May 28 at 9 p.m. ET only on HLN.

Dr. Drew On Call airs Monday through Thursday on HLN at 9 p.m. ET. Follow the show on Facebook and Twitter @DrDrewHLN.

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