Stay Tuned column: Bryan Cranston leads high-stakes legal thriller ‘Your Honor’


Bryan Cranston, the two Emmy Award winner, has been casted to star the lead role of “Your Honor”, the new Showtime thriller. He rose to fame with his acting on hit TV series such as Breaking Bad and Malcolm in the Middle. Gary Levine, president of entertainment for Showtime Networks said, “And we are simply ecstatic that Bryan Cranston, one of the planet’s finest actors, shares our enthusiasm and has agreed to play the lead.” We are ecstatic as well!

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What is the history of this show?

The show is supposed to be an adaptation of the Israile show, “Kvodo” created by Ron Ninio and Shlomo Mashiach, produced by Ram Landes, airs on the country’s Yes TV and is produced by yesStudios. The show first premiered on 8 April 2017 and has a score of 8.2/10 on IMDb. 

What we know about the production of the show?

The showrunner of “Your Honor” is Peter Moffat who has also written other legal dramas such as “Criminal Justice”. Robert and Michelle King will be producing this show. CBS is also involved and the filming will be done in New Orleans.

What will be the plot of the show?

The plot of the show revolves around the layers of lies and fake alibis everyone in the court creates to let the Jury’s son get out of a hit-and-run case. Things get way nastier as expected and goes on to affect all the strata of people in New Orleans.

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