One Angry Juror is the story of Chicago attorney Sarah Walsh, who is chosen to serve on the jury of a murder trial. Convinced that the defendant is innocent and that he is being framed for ... See full summary »
Paul A. Kaufman
Jenn finds the body of a local college history professor hidden in a suit of armor she purchased. After the professor's teaching assistant becomes the next victim, Jennifer finds herself caught in a killer's web of dangerous lies.
A 911 operator is fired after mistaking a real murder for a prank call. After that, and feeling guilt, she works to find the killer before there is another victim. On her path to find the killer she discovered more about her self
John Lee Ames,
A mother protects her stepdaughter after the teenager witnesses the murder of her best friend, but is soon forced to come to grips with the terrifying possibility that her stepdaughter may be the real killer.
This is an original idea for a sitcom, that actually shows a situation that can occur in real in life. This show is about a teenage boy living with 5 woman (Mother, Aunt, and 3 sisters). It... See full summary »
Erik von Detten,
Incendo media specializes in quickly shot, low-budget TV dramas with convoluted plots and has-been actors.
This shot in Montreal (standing-in for New York, I guess...) crime drama is above their usual crop. Louis Bolduc, the director, could very well be the guy to save this segment of the entertainment industry by cleverly giving these quickies a bit more production value than the budget can afford and by getting decent actors who can give their best despite the obstacles of a tight shooting schedule and zero rehearsal time.
Jessica Capshaw is believable as a cute and clever young woman who must use all her wit to get out of a murder accusation. She may not be as drop-dead gorgeous as her mom was, back in her "Temple of Doom" days, but she can surely act circles around her !
Veteran Canadian TV actor Art Hindle has fun with the role of a charming media-loving lawyer who has a few tricks and surprises up his sleeves.
Overall, you won't get the feeling that you've lost your time watching this drama, even if it doesn't "feel" like a big movie.
Let's see what Louis Bolduc serves us next !
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