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"Engaging" —The Observer (U.K.)
"Davies is excellent" —Glasgow Evening Times (U.K.)
Alan Davies (Jonathan Creek) stars in the seriocomic misadventures of clever criminal law barrister Henry Farmer, whose every day is a juggling act between surviving his messy personal life and pleading cases only he can win.
Whether he’s trying to keep an innocent person from going to jail or save himself from financial ruin, Henry’s life is a symphony of chaos, both inside and outside the courtroom. His long list of problems includes a mountain of gambling debts, an affair with an important politician’s wife (Zara Turner, Sliding Doors), a distant son, and a sharp-tongued father—who’s also a judge.
Working with tough colleague Cleo Steyn (Cherie Lunghi, Excalibur) and alongside a cast of colorful characters (including Christopher Fulford, Millions, and Linda Bassett, Calendar Girls), Henry will need all his wit and charm to secure justice for his clients and a reprieve for himself.
Definitely enjoyed this series...Storyline and characters...wished for more!Published 11 days ago by mainemama
Boring!!! This series is not the quality British legal drama that I expect from my friends across the pond. Read morePublished 29 days ago by VPL
This was great, wish there were more of them. Interesting characters and good story development.Published 2 months ago by Moira
The updated version of Rumpole of the Bailey. Very good television series, funny, entertaining, good stories, good actors.
Sadly there is only this one season.
A very nice and well made production. I love the rare story lines setting in British court system. Great acting and storylines, very nice and enjoyable. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Dominic Hofer
this is a good British drama, but not the very best - a little dull compared to others. But the casting, directing, etc. are very good. Enjoyable. Earthy. Read morePublished 6 months ago by The Lilac Poet
It's unfortunate that this intriguing series set in a London law firm didn't last past two seasons and only eight episodes. Read morePublished 8 months ago by duke1029
We purchase what we know we would like to watch again - just wish there were more 'seasons' or 'series'. Worth the price.Published 9 months ago by sher