Bravo will air the eight-episode competition reality series "The Law Firm," beginning with back-to-back airings of the first two one-hour episodes Tuesday, August 30 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT. The subsequent, never-before-aired episodes will roll out Tuesdays at 8:00 p.m. for six consecutive weeks starting September 6.
In the second episode of this unscripted series from Emmy Award winner David E. Kelley ("The Practice," "Ally McBeal," "L.A. Law"), managing partner Roy Black lets two of the contestants choose their own teams to try two very different cases. The first case involves two former friends in dispute over a poster jokingly referring to one as a terrorist, and the second concerns a lawsuit filed by a dominatrix. Later, one of the lawyers displays shocking behavior toward a judge when he disagrees with the judge’s verdict, and then Black dismisses two more contestants. The remaining contestants will be vying for a $250,000 grand prize. The Law Firm airs on NBC on Thursday, August 4 at 9P.M. ET.
Twelve lawyers break into four teams of three to serve as defense and prosecution in two different cases. One case involves a lawsuit between neighbors over medical bills for a dog that was mauled by two other dogs. The other case involves a county coroner who pretends to be a police officer and pulls over a lady for a traffic violation.
In the first unscripted series from multiple Emmy Award winner David E. Kelley ("The Practice," "Ally McBeal," "L.A. Law"), real lawyers compete against each other while trying real court cases with real clients, in front of real judges and juries, resulting in outcomes that are final, legal and binding for the parties.
NBC has announced a new reality TV show called The Law Firm will premiere on Wednesday, July 27 at 9P.M. ET. "The Law Firm" is an eight-episode alternative drama series from multiple Emmy Award-winning producer David E. Kelley that features real lawyers competing against each other while trying actual court cases with in front of real judges and juries — resulting in outcomes that are final, legal and binding for the parties.