The sixth season featured a raft of changes to the show, not least of which its title: Binnelanders officially becomes Binneland Sub Judice. The show also became an hour in length - the first South Africa daily drama to do so.
To accommodate the new length of episodes, this season introduced an arch-rival to the Binneland Clinic: a team of legal eagles known as RPK (Rossouw, Paulse and Knight Incorporated), whose sole aim appeared to be to take down At Koster and the clinic in a legal battle of power.
Binneland was accused of dealing in the unlawful harvesting of organs by RPK, and the ensuing drama unfolded.
Season 6 saw the return of a number of familiar faces including At Koster (Hans Strydom), Ingrid Louw-Koster (Michelle Botes), Stefanie Louw (Rolanda Marais), Conrad Best (Hykie Berg), Kallie Koster (Tobie Cronjé), Toeks Muller (Franci Swanepoel), Jennifer Adams (Sandi Schultz), Franz Basson (Dawid Minnaar), doctors Quinton Meyer and Tertius Jonker (Ramey Short and Reynardt Hugo), Nathan Richards (Karl Thaning), Faye Becker (Esmeralda Bihl), Pippa Venter (Nadia Valvekens), Veronica Williams (Chantelle Gertse), Elise Kruger (Lindie Stander), Daleen Oosthuizen (Desiré Manthey), Gys Eloff (Viljé Maritz) and Dylan Fourie (Carl Beukes).
New characters this season included the RPK Directors Joeke Rossouw (Jana Cilliers), Warrick Paulse (Terence Bridgett) and Oliver Knight (Nick Boraine); lawyers Hannah Rossouw (Lika Berning), Michael Lennox (Antony Coleman) and Yvette Stuurman (Michelle Pienaar); article clerks Zoey Matsekwa (Maggie Benedict), Belinda "Billy" Cooper (Robyn Olivia) and Nadia Da Costa (Christl Weinbeck); Emilio Castignani (Jason Kennett), the owner of the Bistro next door to RPK; and Ulrich Moolman (Albert Pretorius), a law student who would desperately like to work for the firm, but in the meantime works as a barman at the Bistro.
This season also introduced a new set and was shot in a new location. It was shot entirely in HD.