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rittchard
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« on: October 20, 2014, 11:40:09 PM »

Is anyone watching this?  Oddly enough this has turned out to be my favorite new show of the season, and it really wasn't on my radar at all originally.  Kind of a blend between a traditional lawyer type show mixed with Grey's Anatomy (think sexy interns and inter-competition) in a Revenge-like format with a murder plot overlay.  Viola Davis (The Help) is the lead, she's over-the-top but awesome all around.

Yes it's soapy, surprisingly sexy/sleazy and a bit cheesy in parts, but it's a hell of a lot of fun.  Where else could you get away with an awesome line like:

"Why is your penis on this dead girls' phone?"



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« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2014, 01:44:57 PM »

The Flash is my favorite new show of the season, but this is a close second.  I've always liked courtroom dramas, especially ones with season-long arcs, so I was looking forward to this since they announced it.  I kind of wish they'd spread the trial-of-the-week bits out to more than one episode, as there's so much going on, those parts get short shrift.  The quick pace does make it a lot of fun to watch, though, and given that there will only be 15 episodes, they should be able to keep things interesting through the end.
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