A fast-paced drama series focusing on the lives of the partners of the law firm Wyeth & Associated in Auckland, New Zealand, run by Peter Wyeth. The main character David Silesi (Jay ... See full summary »
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A fast-paced drama series focusing on the lives of the partners of the law firm Wyeth & Associated in Auckland, New Zealand, run by Peter Wyeth. The main character David Silesi (Jay Laga'aia) is a maverick lawyer who pushes the limits of the law. He will do anything for his clients and friends. He also spends most of the series pining for his law partner Joni Collins. Collins is a level-headed female lawyer at Wyeth & Associates. In its third series, Silesi and Collins join together and buy out the firm to save it after Wyeth dies in unfortunate circumstances. Written by
Patrick Te Pou
Street Legal would have to be one of New Zealands most successful dramas - up there with the likes of Shortland Street (in its tenth year). It is currently in its third season and judging by the ratings it has given the TV2 Network there will be more to come. The popularity of the show could be because the main character in the show (Jay Laga'aia) was in the hit Aussie drama Water Rats, but overall Street Legal is a very well acted and well written drama.
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