'Harry's Law' TV Review: New Legal Series Should Be Tried for Lameness
You don’t give up on gifted writers, even when they seem incapable of escaping their own ruts. All you can do is hope that at some point they can be forced down a different path and pray the results are different.
David E. Kelley is not on a new path with Harry’s Law (which debuts Monday at 10 p.m. on NBC), and the evidence couldn’t be more obvious or painful in the first few minutes. A young man trying to kill himself jumps from a building and lands on Harriet “Harry” Korn (Kathy Bates), our lead character who is fired from her job as a patent lawyer because she’s bored and depressed with it, smoking pot in her office and watching cartoons.
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