While mediating a case regarding two women who were fired for their sexual orientation, Kate stumbles on evidence of a cover-up and enlists the help of Ben and Lauren to get to the bottom of a dirty ...
Justin is hurt when Kate misses his legal profession award, shocked when she blurts out she's pregnant, furious when that is overruled by the doctor. Devoted stepfather Pete Marshall needs mediation ...
A legal drama that's not a legal drama? Kate Reed is an ex-lawyer who's now a "mediator" - a kind of referee for disputes out of court (as she demonstrates in an amusing scene in the pilot where she mediates between an armed robber and a coffee shop owner).
The show is well cast and filmed with real quality and an eye for both visual appeal and new techniques (watch out for the "un-steady cam) that makes a refreshing change - and of course it always helps if your main character is a 4 alarm fire.
Shows real promise and you'll want to know more about the characters. Let's hope they run with it.
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