3 thoughts on “Shadow Of A Doubt”

  1. Guilty pleasure watching Entertaining plot hook, increasingly harder to maintain in the day to day business of the firm. One almost wishes, a couple of seasons in, they had found another more sustainable hook so the feeling of inevitable and impending doom didn’t hover so distractingly close, nearly overshadowing every episode. It got too heavy. However, I have thoroughly enjoyed this show. The leads, Adams and Macht mesh as well together as Newman and Redford in both the Sting and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid…

  2. Well written, well acted and looking forward to more Love this show. It is witty and well acted. I love the characters–can’t decide who I like the most, each is so well developed and well done yet makes the show work for his or her own quirks. The premise and the fact that the show is tasteful and professional–so many cable shows are rife with gratuitous swearing and sex. Here, the drama is done realistically but with class. The premise can be a little difficult to swallow (top law firm that allows someone to practice without a license?)…

  3. if you don’t like the overall storyline you’ll like the high fashions and … I’m addicted.. if you don’t like the overall storyline you’ll like the high fashions and the great music they pick out for each of these episodes.. There’s even websites that post all the music to this show. Very cool extra bonus when watching.. Harvey’s easy on the eyes. Louise is a hoot, one minute he’s bad the next minute he makes you tear up and feel sorry for him.. Donna and Jessica wear GREAT women’s fashions which are fun to see throughout every episode. Makes up for the complex…

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