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Murder One, Season 2Closed Captioning

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When Deputy District Attorney Jimmy Wyler accepts a job at Hoffman & Associates law firm, he finds himself handling sensational high-profile cases straight off the evening news. First, he defends a woman arrested for murdering the governor of California. Next, he takes the defense for an NBA basketball superstar arrested for the murder of a flamboyant team owner. Lastly, Wyler handles the case of a man whose victims were all deadly ex-cons. Although the cases are vastly different, they all share one ironic twist—the defendants all admit they're guilty. Return to the courtroom for a second riveting season as Murder One follows three different murder trials from the point of view of the defense attorney. These multi-layered plots, full of intrigue, betrayal and murder, will keep you guessing until the juries hand in their final verdicts.

Customer Reviews

Anthony LaPaglia Starts His Without A Trace Cred HERE!

Once again, this is a fantastic season! The storytelling follows three cases through the course of a season, changing up the format of season one following one case - still, the performances are on point and Anthony LaPaglia picks up the lawyer flash where Daniel Benzali left off. Also on here to note is the groundbreaking appearance of D.B. Woodside who joins the firm (He's presently on 24 as Wayne Palmer, played the son of a slayer on Buffy The Vampire Slayer) - This shortened cast do and outstanding job! The Street Sweeper storyline is indeed the most compelling (Pruitt Taylor Vince is the creepiest TV bad guy ever - earned that Emmy!) Good times iTunes! Keep bringing on this intelligent, quality TV - Hit up HBO next for The Wire, Sopranos and Entourage!

You'll Never See Another Legal Drama Like This One!

This was such a great show! It got slammed in the ratings repeatedly by NBC shows like ER - But it still had a faithful audience and a great storytelling process. Also on this show was 24's President Logan - Who seemed to have the smug, political bad guy thing all sown up from his roots here as Roger Garfield the D.A. of Los Angeles - Gregory Itzin. I tripped out when Papa Walton was actually a heavy on this show...WOW! The guy had me convinced he'd sell his own mother out for a bag of M&Ms. Good times for this show! Kudos to iTunes!

Miss Ted!

I wish they would have put in big caps that Ted Hoffman was no longer a part of the show. Like watching Superman without Clark Kent

Murder One, Season 2
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  • SD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: Oct 10, 1996
  • CCin English

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