The jurors are deadlocked at an 8-4 vote, though which way the vote is leaning is unclear, The Hollywood Reporter said Friday.
At stake is Sheridan's $6 million civil lawsuit against ABC for wrongful dismissal from "Desperate Housewives." She said the network fired her for complaining about a confrontation she had with the show's executive producer, Marc Cherry, on set.
Sheridan's attorney, Mark Baute, said he believes the 8-4 is in her favor but thinks the presiding juror, who acts as a foreman for the group, is in the minority.
"The foreman is against us," Baute added. "He's the only juror I've seen in 26 years that came into the court in a panic and said they were deadlocked."
Judge Elizabeth Allen White said she doesn't think the extra time will push the jurors to a decision -- nine of the jurors must agree for a valid verdict, The Hollywood Reporter said.
"The message is pretty clear," she said of the jury. "They don't feel they can cross that bridge."