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David E. Kelley has written and created many legal shows for the broadcast networks over the decades (Harry’s Law, Boston Legal, The Practice, Ally McBeal, and L.A. Law). And even my favorite show of his, Picket Fences, had a large legal component. Now the prolific television producer is heading into the no-limits realm of streaming with his latest legal drama Goliath. The series follows disgraced lawyer turned ambulance chaser Billy McBride (Billy Bob Thornton, Fargo), who finds himself with the unique opportunity to both redeem himself and get revenge on the firm that fired him when one of its biggest clients becomes the target of a wrongful death suit. Billy assembles a ragtag team to research the case, but they quickly uncover a much larger, deadly conspiracy. The amazing cast also includes William Hurt (Humans), Maria Bello (Touch, Prime Suspect), Olivia Thirlby (Good Vibes), Molly Parker (House of Cards), Tania Raymonde (Switched at Birth, Lost), Sarah Wynter (American Odyssey), Damon Gupton (Bates Motel, Prime Suspect), Dwight Yoakam (Under the Dome), and Harold Perrineau (Lost).
I have been a big fan of David E. Kelley’s work over the years. His shows always provide interesting, quirky characters, smart dialogue, and thought-provoking drama with a dash of humor. The entire 8-episode season of Goliah is available to Amazon Prime subscribers today, but the first episode is also available to anyone with an Amazon account. I’m looking forward to checking out this new series.
Catch all 8 episodes now on Amazon!
I’ll also be watching/recording MacGyver, The Exorcist, Wolf Creek, Z Nation, Van Helsing, and Quarry.
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Hawaii Five-0 is always going to be one of my favorite crime dramas, and last week’s episode is an example of why. We watched the usual bickering between Steve and Danny about Steve’s dangerous methods – granted, Steve does have a part of Danny’s liver, so he should be more careful. The chess-piece killer struck again, but this time he left a dead body in former FBI profiler Alicia’s bed after the killer figured out she was helping Five-0. I’m interested to see what happens between Alicia and Steve, because there have been some definite sparks there.
On tonight’s episode, “Hu a’e ke ahi lanakila a Kamaile (The Fire of Kamile Rises in Triumph),” Five-0 must find McGarrett and Alicia when they are kidnapped by the serial killer they’ve been hunting.
Find out if the team can save McGarrett in time tonight on CBS at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching Blue Bloods, MacGyver, The Exorcist, and Hell’s Kitchen.