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The Firm

1 Season

Season 1
4.3 out of 5 stars (67) IMDb 7.1/10

As a young associate, Mitch brought down Bendini, Lambert & Locke, a prestigious Memphis law firm operating as a front for the Chicago Mob. His life was never the same. After a difficult ten years, which included a stay in the Federal Witness Protection Program, Mitch and his family emerge from isolation determined to reclaim their lives and their future -- only to find that past dangers are still lurking and new threats are everywhere.

Starring:
Josh Lucas, Callum Rennie

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Season 1

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1. Pilot

When lawyer Mitch McDeere defends a young teen accused of murdering a classmate, he must contend with the raw emotions of the victim's family.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 1 hour, 24 minutes Release date: January 8, 2012
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2. Chapter Three

Mitch McDeere agrees to defend a colleague's son, wanted for questioning by the police in the disappearance of his girlfriend.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: January 12, 2012
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3. Chapter Four

Mitch McDeere defends a beautiful psychiatrist charged with murdering her patient, who she claims was stalking her.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 19, 2012
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4. Chapter Five

Mitch McDeere needs all his trial skills to help a brash young lawyer charged with murdering a dangerous loanshark.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: January 26, 2012
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5. Chapter Six

When Mitch McDeere defends a new father charged with arson, the biggest obstacle to getting justice isn't the facts or the law, but a judge with a shocking agenda.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 2, 2012
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6. Chapter Seven

Mitch and Ray defend a naïve young man charged with armed robbery who can't protect himself without turning on his older brother.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: February 18, 2012
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7. Chapter Eight

After being released from custody, Mitch and his family question why Martin Moxon died and the connection to his client, Sarah Holt.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: February 25, 2012
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8. Chapter Nine

Mitch and Ray are stonewalled by the government when Ray is hired to help a father investigate his son's death. Meanwhile, Tammy applies for a new job and Abby tries to get some answers from Martin Moxon's widow.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 3, 2012
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9. Chapter Ten

When an infant goes missing, Mitch defends the alleged kidnapper in both the courtroom and court of public opinion. Meanwhile, Tammy starts her new job at a Noble Insurance subsidiary and Abby stands up for an abused student.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 10, 2012
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10. Chapter Eleven

Days before his execution, a death row inmate asks Mitch to help him give his victim's family an incredible gift.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: March 24, 2012
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11. Chapter Twelve

In defending a man accused of armed robbery, Mitch gets stuck with a bad defense to counter the prosecution's DNA evidence. After Abby and Tammy connect the pieces in the Sarah Holt case, Mitch confronts her with the truth.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: March 31, 2012
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12. Chapter Thirteen

Mitch enlists Andrew Palmer's help in getting evidence against Kevin Stack as Mitch, Ray, and Tammy make a daring raid on Kinross and Clark. Meanwhile, Abby tries to convince U.S. Marshal Coleman that another one of Noble's patients are in danger.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: April 14, 2012
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13. Chapter Fourteen

Taken captive by Kevin Stack, Abby could never have imagined what he has planned for her.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 21, 2012
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14. Chapter Fifteen

Mitch and Ray make dangerous decisions in their effort to expose Kevin Stack and the Noble Insurance conspiracy.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 28, 2012
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15. Chapter Sixteen

When Abby takes the stand in the government's case against Kevin Stack, her testimony becomes the only thing that can keep him behind bars.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 12, 2012
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16. Chapter Seventeen

As Mitch represents a young woman charged with solicitation, he discovers she has a much more dangerous secret.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 26, 2012
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17. Chapter Eighteen

When Mitch defends a renowned novelist accused of murder, his client's famously unstable nature threatens to destroy the case.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 26, 2012
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18. Chapter Nineteen

Joey Morolto gives Mitch an offer he can't refuse -- if Mitch defends his best friend from a murder charge, the McDeeres and the Moroltos will be square.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 23, 2012
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19. Chapter Twenty

When Mitch's client admits to a potentially damaging incident from his college days, Mitch has to race an aggressive prosecutor to prevent it from coming into the trial.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: June 30, 2012
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20. Chapter Twenty-One

Mitch and his team scramble to come up with a viable defense in Patrick Walker's case, forcing them to begin jury selection without a plan.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 7, 2012
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21. Chapter Twenty-Two

On the day of Ray and Tammy's wedding, a new enemy threatens to destroy the joyous family occasion.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: July 7, 2012
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By John McWhirk on July 30, 2012
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It is sad that one of the best courtroom dramas in awhile on tv has to be taken off the air..This "1st" season is the last (really sad) and it is excellent..the cast is great and the acting better..The story lines at times did plod but, all in all, should have been brought back for a 2nd season...
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NBC was banking that there was an audience clamoring to catch up with the characters from the wildly popular John Grisham novel and Tom Cruise movie "The Firm." Just one hitch, the movie came out 12 years ago. And while glitzy, polished, and fun, it is hardly a genre classic that feels particular relevant today. TV audiences did not flock to the 2012 "The Firm" and so the show was shuffled around as it burnt out its run during the summer season. To truly embrace the series, it helps to have a strong memory and a working knowledge of the material from a dozen years ago. This picks up roughly ten years after the conclusion of that story. The show has the good fortune to have cast Josh Lucas (my choice for one of our more underrated actors) in the Mitch McDeere role with the always appealing Molly Parker as his wife Abby. The couple has struggled after bringing down the mob-fronted law firm of the original, and the show begins with them stepping away from Federal Witness Protection to try for a more normal life. But these expectations are thwarted as past enemies have not forgotten the pair and new intrigue is just around the bend.

Combining elements of mystery with courtroom drama with adventure, "The Firm" is certainly a well made show. At 22 episodes, though, it faces the unenviable task of filling up too many hours and so its plotting becomes wildly uneven. As a more concise mini-series, the show would have benefited greatly by focusing its story to the strongest elements possible. And it might have made a terrifically entertaining short series. As is though, it can be convoluted and meandering. Just when the episodes reach a peek, the story will veer off on a less successful tangent. All in all, "The Firm" is well constructed and well cast.
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I watched this first season a year after it ended, and I'm sorry there wasn't more. I liked the original movie, but I have to admit I liked this TV series a little better. Perhaps it was Josh Lucas in the role of Mitch McDeere--he did a great job. The stories are engaging, and despite some of the far-fetched behavior, it's great entertainment. I would liked to have seen it continue, especially since they didn't have a chance to close out the story-lines completely. Good pace to each episode, a nice cast, and a terrific lead actor.
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My roommate and I LOVE this show. Every week leaves you in suspense and ready for the next episode. Unfortunately, NBC didn't promote the show well enough, so I don't think the show got the credit it deserved. Is the show realistic? Not really, but it's TV for heaven's sake. A lot of things that happen on TV and in movies would never really happen in real life. The family that the show is based on faces things no one in real life would ever face, but who cares?!?! It's entertaining. That's what matters.
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NBC was banking that there was an audience clamoring to catch up with the characters from the wildly popular John Grisham novel and Tom Cruise movie "The Firm." Just one hitch, the movie came out 12 years ago. And while glitzy, polished, and fun, it is hardly a genre classic that feels particular relevant today. TV audiences did not flock to the 2012 "The Firm" and so the show was shuffled around as it burnt out its run during the summer season. To truly embrace the series, it helps to have a strong memory and a working knowledge of the material from a dozen years ago. This picks up roughly ten years after the conclusion of that story. The show has the good fortune to have cast Josh Lucas (my choice for one of our more underrated actors) in the Mitch McDeere role with the always appealing Molly Parker as his wife Abby. The couple has struggled after bringing down the mob-fronted law firm of the original, and the show begins with them stepping away from Federal Witness Protection to try for a more normal life. But these expectations are thwarted as past enemies have not forgotten the pair and new intrigue is just around the bend.

Combining elements of mystery with courtroom drama with adventure, "The Firm" is certainly a well made show. At 22 episodes, though, it faces the unenviable task of filling up too many hours and so its plotting becomes wildly uneven. As a more concise mini-series, the show would have benefited greatly by focusing its story to the strongest elements possible. And it might have made a terrifically entertaining short series. As is though, it can be convoluted and meandering. Just when the episodes reach a peek, the story will veer off on a less successful tangent. All in all, "The Firm" is well constructed and well cast.
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I was very impressed with the Firm as a TV series. It moved along, had great action and a wonderful
story. I only hope NBC or another network, picks it up again for a second season. It would be a shame
if the series ended for good. I loved it!!
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