Fairly Legal, Season 1HD
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Fairly Legal centers on Kate Reed (Sarah Shahi), a top litigator frustrated with the endless bureaucracy and daily injustices of the system, who takes a hard left to become the ultimate anti-lawyer: a mediator. Using her knowledge of the law, along with her savvy, intuition and a whatever-it-takes approach to resolving conflict, Kate finds the middle ground for a wide variety of adversaries -- from Fortune 500 corporations to bitter divorces. After the sudden death of her father, she finds herself at odds with the new boss, her stepmother Lauren Reed (Virginia Williams)...and in bed with her soon-to-be ex-husband, Justin Patrick (Michael Trucco), a top gun in the DA's office. Helping her keep all of this chaos at bay is her trusted, geek-chic assistant Leonardo (Baron Vaughn).
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPilot||After the sudden death of her father, San Francisco mediator Kate Reed must work with her stepmother -- who's the same age -- to keep his firm alive by resolving a dispute between a clothing magnate and his son, who's due to inherit the business, and hiding a dark personal secret which could ruin an innocent boy's life.||1:04:06||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoPriceless||Kate (Sarah Shahi) mediates a settlement between the State of California and Steve Jenks (guest star Paul Schulze), a wrongfully convicted man who spent 22 years in prison. As Kate tries to put a price on the years he lost, Steve escapes into a prison of his own making, refusing to deal with the pain of his past -- until, when pushed, he explodes.||41:08||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBenched||Kate’s (Sarah Shahi) nemesis Judge Nicastro (guest star Gerald McRaney) assigns her to mediate a case between a high school football coach and the angry parents who claim his old school methods border on abuse. When the videotaped evidence doesn’t make sense to her, Kate unearths the real reason for the coach’s controversial actions.||40:41||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBo Me Once||While mediating a dispute between the star of the cooking show Burnin' with Bo (guest star Eddie McClintock) and the company releasing his barbecue sauce, Kate (Sarah Shahi) discovers that Bo's assistant Beth (Camille Sullivan) is actually the brains behind the business and that Bo's holding her up for a bigger piece of the profits. None of which matters when someone from Beth's past emerges to claim an even bigger piece for himself.||41:24||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Two Richards||Kate mediates the settlement between an insurance company and a man who was hit by a truck, only to find the real conflict is between the man and his wife, who claims the husband she knew never came back from the accident. Richard Dean Anderson and Anne-Marie Johnson guest star.||41:32||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBelievers||The exasperated young inventor of a revolutionary new device, Marcus (guest star Devon Gummersal), threatens to jump to his death when John (Currie Graham), his employer and the rights holder to Marcus' invention, asks Kate (Sarah Shahi) to mediate his firing. Kate must get Marcus off the ledge, recover the device, which he's stolen, and find a fair resolution for both the disenchanted employee and his former boss.||41:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoComing Home||A big client of Reed & Reed’s asks Kate (Sarah Shahi) to mediate a simple financial matter -- which quickly morphs into a case of identity theft before escalating to an immigration issue where Kate must defend a brave soldier against a rigid Homeland Security prosecutor.||42:13||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoUltravinyl||Paul Shelton (Guest star Chris Vance), lead singer of the 1990's one-hit-wonder band, Ultravinyl, seeks Kate’s (Sarah Shahi) help to cash in on a lucrative offer for use of their songs in a commercial. What seems like a slam dunk stalls when Paul’s former bandmates refuse to negotiate, and Paul reveals the real reason he needs Kate’s help.||42:24||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMy Best Friend's Prenup||Kate’s (Sarah Shahi) best friend, Julie (Brittany Ishibashi) comes to Reed & Reed for a standard prenuptial agreement. But Julie’s father -- a Tae Kwan Do master -- has deep suspicions of his future son-in-law. Kate investigates, determined to prove him wrong -- but what she uncovers shocks everyone.||41:38||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBridges||One day in the life of Kate (Sarah Shahi): prevent an international incident at the Croatian Embassy and mediate between two litigious brothers before her nemesis, Judge Nicastro (guest star Gerald McRaney), throws her in jail -- all while bracing herself for the possibility of some major personal changes.||41:50||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDVideoSneak Peek||Kate Reed (Sarah Shahi) passionately believes that justice can always be found, even if it’s not always in a courtroom. Frustrated with the endless bureaucracy and myriad injustices she witnessed everyday as a lawyer, she resigned from the bar to work the system from a different angle: as a mediator. In a game with no rules, Kate uses her legal savvy and unique sense of humor to solve other people’s problems – all the while avoiding her own.||6:20||Free||View in iTunes|
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6 minutes of a silent black screen. I sure hope the show is better than the blank, silent preview!
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What's next USA, a show about the high-stakes world of Tax Attorneys? Thankfully, Sarah Shahi tends to ruin every major TV role she gets within the first season, then spends the 2nd season doing patchwork above the belly shots for some last-minute script rewrites, so this show should only pollute our eyes and ears for a few months at best.