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...
Two stories overlap in this episode. Harry and Adam are defending their client Colin Danes, who is accused of raping and killing Sarah Trassino. When the jury finds the defendant not-guilty, Brother ...
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...
Carrie Wells, a former police detective, has a rare ability to remember virtually everything she experiences including detailed visual recall. She returns to police work and uses her ability to solve crimes.
James Hiroyuki Liao
In a 2010 interview with Howard Stern, Lewis Black stated David Kelley wrote the original pilot for what was then known as "Kindreds" for him specifically. He stated Kelley asked him to come out to L.A. to film it so the network execs could see Black in the role. Black agreed and they filmed for a day. Black said, however, the network wanted a "star" and only offered him half of the money for which he was asking. He declined the offer. Subsequently, the role for what became "Harry's Law" was offered to Kathy Bates. See more »
When will TV writers learn that most people watch network TV to be entertained and not to be preached (read told who to like and dislike)? I can get that on so many other networks like CNN, or Comedy, or MSNBC, etc., etc. I was so disappointed by the cheap shots at real people in the middle of what I thought was a program based on fictional characters. I had looked forward to Kathy Bates' new venture, her dry sense of humor and perfect comedic timing. But I turned the premiere episode off midway. I will not watch it again. It's a shame because there are so few character-driven programs left. Everything is turning into reality TV whether the premise makes it evident or not. Shame on David Kelley. Clearly he is stretched too thin.
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