When Josh Peyton has a mental breakdown and is charged with breaking and entering, and assault, Harry comes to his defense. Meanwhile Adam and Rachel reluctantly team up to represent death row inmate...
Harry represents a school principal trying to expel a student with an anxiety-based condition which causes her to have uncontrollable outbursts. In addition, Harry reaches out to Roseanna Remmick for...
Centers on Robert T. Ironside, a tough, sexy and acerbic police detective relegated to a wheelchair after a shooting who is hardly limited by his disability as he pushes and prods his hand-picked team to solve the most difficult cases.
The cancellation of the show after its second season was controversial because it had solid ratings among the older demographic of audience members. Apparently the network wanted a younger audience, so they canceled a show who didn't attract them. See more »
Why change a quirky cast and setting in Season 2? Mark Valley is a leading man and it appears there is a struggle for viewers attention. He looks like he should be the star of the show instead of Kathy Bates. Changes from first season to second killed Mark's other show - Human Target. That show like Harry's Law lost its punch when more cast was added-especially insipid females.
Harry's Law's original cast were a cozy group fighting for the little guy while learning their strengths. This season, there are slick new cast members that distract and diminish the core cast of the first season. Tommy Jefferson looks like a sad buffoon this year where he was unique and quirky with a heart of semi-precious gold in season 1. The DA played by Jean Smart is just vulgar and morally depraved.....yuck! I looked forward to Season 1's cast, set and cases about helping people who needed a voice. Thumbs down on Season 2 so far.
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