NBC’s “The Firm”

Posted: April 6, 2012 by Aaron M Zaffuto in NBC, The Firm
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The Firm takes a break this week, which is your perfect chance to catch up on this amazing show.

New episodes return with “Chapter 13” Saturday April 14 9/8c NBC

All the episodes are available for free on hulu- http://www.hulu.com/the-firm-2012

My Review:

The Firm is a high paced action packed lawyer/drama show. Based 10 years after the end of the book/movie (No need to watch or read either.). The high action and suspense is what separates The Firm from the ordinary lawyer shows. The show continually uses flash forwards and flashbacks with the main plot catching up to them which builds suspense. I have described the show as “Harry’s Law” on steroids as the show provides far more action/intrigue and mystery.

About the show:

“Based on the blockbuster feature film and best-selling novel by world-renowned author John Grisham (“The Pelican Brief,” “The Client”), “The Firm” continues the story of attorney Mitchell McDeere and his family 10 years after the events of the film and novel. As a young associate, McDeere brought down the prestigious Memphis law firm of Bendini, Lambert & Locke, which operated as a front for the Chicago mob — and his life was never the same. After a difficult decade, which included a stay in the Federal Witness Protection program, Mitch and his family now emerge from isolation to reclaim their lives and their future — only to find that past dangers are still lurking and new threats are everywhere. “The Firm” is produced by Entertainment One in association with Sony Pictures Television and Paramount Pictures. The executive producers are Grisham, Lukas Reiter (“Law & Order,” “Boston Legal”), John Morayniss (“Haven,” “Hung”), Michael Rosenberg (“Hung,” “Skins”) and Noreen Halpern (“Rookie Blue,” “Hung”).”

Pilot Episode Promos:

 

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