Eternal Law (2012– )
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Zak Gist and the young,inexperienced Tom Greening are angels,trained in the law and sent to Earth by their celestial boss Mr Mountjoy to defend the needy and innocent. They arrive in York ... See full summary »

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Tom Greening
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Zak Gist
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Hannah English
Lauren Sheriston ...
Ruby Yearling
Paul Woodson ...
Sean Yearling
Simon Harvey ...
Harry Yearling
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Lucy Orchard
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Mrs. Sheringham
Oscar Finch ...
David
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Tom Lloyd-Roberts ...
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Zak Gist and the young,inexperienced Tom Greening are angels,trained in the law and sent to Earth by their celestial boss Mr Mountjoy to defend the needy and innocent. They arrive in York and room with Mrs Sheringham,who tells them they must not get emotionally involved with their clients but are soon witness to a sniper attack on a wedding party,the wounded numbering Hannah,a woman Zak clearly knows and herself a lawyer. They are charged with defending the man with the rifle,Sean Yearling,sent to prison for drunk driving two years earlier on the evidence of then girlfriend Lucy,who just happens to be the bride.The prosecutor is also somebody known to Zak,Richard Pembroke - literally a fallen angel. Whilst Tom proves that Yearling could not have fired the shots his client's outbursts in court do not help and it is apparent that he is shielding somebody. However,in finding out the truth to get an acquittal it is Zak,who should know better,who is guilty of bending the rules and getting ... Written by don @ minifie-1

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[Tom has helped a girl up after accidentally knocking her over, holding her hand a little too long... ]
Sean: You touched my daughter!
Tom Greening: Ah, yes. Yes, I did.
Sean: [threatening] D'you want some?
Tom Greening: Zak, do I want some?
Zak Gist: I... I don't think you do, no.
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A bit lame
6 January 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

First episode - not dark or gritty, but neither was it sharp or witty. The background music in the opening scenes suggested it was going to be a comedy, but it really wasn't. It was sort of light-hearted but a bit pantomime. It wasn't even captivating drama. I don't know what it was trying to be! By the last five minutes I had stopped watching because I really did not care about the overtly contrived relationship. The concept is unique but that alone is not enough, all I can conclude is that maybe it will improve with a better storyline and some interesting character development in the next episode and if it can decide whether it is serious or comedy drama. But I'm not sure I'll be watching.


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