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      Season 1 – The Client

      1995 Drama Crime Mystery & Thriller List
      25% 8 Reviews Tomatometer Tense legal drama based on John Grisham's bestselling novel about a fiery attorney who risks all. Read More Read Less

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 17, 1995 Pilot While battling for her own children, a recovering alcoholic practices family law in an Atlanta-based firm. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 19, 1995 A Perfect World Reggie takes on the case of a teenage girl charged with the murder of the boy who stood her up for the prom. Details Episode 3 Aired Sep 26, 1995 Them That Has ... Reggie helps a black teen being pressured to give up her baby so it can be adopted by a prominent couple. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 10, 1995 The Peach Orchard A friend's rich fiance has a daughter determined to keep her inheritance; Reggie (JoBeth Williams) awaits her children. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 17, 1995 Drive, He Said A crooked police detective hires Reggie's friend (Ray McKinnon) to murder a county clerk involved in jury tampering; guest Mac Davis. Details Episode 6 Aired Oct 24, 1995 The Burning of Atlanta Reggie finds herself the target of white supremacist violence when she defends a young black man who burned the Georgia state flag. Details Episode 7 Aired Oct 31, 1995 Dear Harris Reggie and Foltrigg are both on the case of a young man with a disability who claims to be responsible for the death of a U.S. senator's daughter. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 7, 1995 The Prodigal Father Reggie tries to find a fugitive from the witness protection program whose daughter needs a bone-marrow transplant. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 14, 1995 Child's Play A man has his son drugged and committed to a sanitarium to keep him from remembering seeing his father murder two people; Reggie sleeps with her ex-husband. Details Episode 10 Aired Nov 21, 1995 Happily Ever After Hostilities rise to a new level in a bitter divorce case when Reggie's client's father-in-law is gunned down and his wife blames him. Details Episode 11 Aired Dec 19, 1995 The Way Things Never Were A woman with an addiction to crack requests Reggie's help in getting her son out of an abusive foster home and back into her custody. Details Episode 12 Aired Jan 9, 1996 Sympathy for the Devil Reggie fights to keep an accused murderer's son off the witness stand when both the prosecution and defense want him there. Details Episode 13 Aired Jan 11, 1996 Motherless Child After an old friend is killed in a drive-by shooting, Reggie tries to help the victim's son, the sole witness to the crime. Details Episode 14 Aired Jan 16, 1996 Private Lives A battered woman becomes Reggie's latest client after she admits to murdering her husband, but Reggie discovers her client is not telling the truth. Details Episode 15 Aired Jan 30, 1996 Winning Reggie's friend has Olympic ambitions for her daughter; gubernatorial candidate Foltrigg (John Heard) considers hiring a political consultant. Details Episode 16 Aired Feb 6, 1996 The Morning After Reggie's trip to a bar to help a friend from AA gives her ex-husband leverage in their ongoing custody battle. Details Episode 17 Aired Mar 19, 1996 Damn Yankees Reggie depends on a psychologist to help her determine whether a delusional young Southern gentleman is a murderer. Details Episode 18 Aired Mar 26, 1996 High Ground Public defender Reggie believes her client is guilty of murder; Roosevelt must decide on a federal judgeship. Details Episode 19 Aired Apr 2, 1996 Past Imperfect A man who claims he knows Reggie will not identify himself; Mama Love needs help with a will; Clint joins a dating service. Details Episode 20 Aired Apr 9, 1996 The Good Samaritan Reggie comes to the rescue when a man's 30-year-old mistake returns to haunt him after he makes the news for saving a woman's life. Details Episode 21 Aired Apr 16, 1996 Money Talks Reggie takes a job with a high-powered law firm, then finds incriminating evidence against her senator client. Details Next
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      Previous John Carman San Francisco Chronicle "The Client " is for people who think "Murder, She Wrote" is a dizzying blur, who believe posted speed limits of 25 miles an hour are for speed demons, who are annoyed that Mister Rogers always talks too fast. Jun 11, 2019 Full Review Ken Tucker Entertainment Weekly Even when the series approaches a theme that's been tackled before, it does so in a way that's both dramatically striking and unpredictable. B- Jun 11, 2019 Full Review John Voorhees Seattle Times While the original film had a fine sense of suspense and danger, this two-hour TV "Client" dawdles along intent upon winning over your heart. Jun 11, 2019 Full Review Scott D. Pierce Deseret News (Salt Lake City) John Grisham's The Client was a really good book and a good movie - the best adaptation of Grisham's fiction to date. It's not a particularly good TV series, however. Jun 11, 2019 Full Review Tom Jicha South Florida Sun-Sentinel Desite an extraordinarily classy cast for a TV drama, The Client is as compelling as a month of DNA testimony. Jun 11, 2019 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Season Info

      Director
      James Quinn, Michael Pavone, Steven Robman, Vern Gillum, Michael W. Watkins, Sharon Miller, Helaine Head, Steve Dubin, Win Phelps
      Executive Producer
      Michael Filerman, Judith Paige Mitchell, Robert Nathan, Arnon Milchan
      Screenwriter
      Grace McKeaney, Judith Paige Mitchell, Brad Markowitz, Randy Anderson, Gary Johnson, Gay Walch, Edward Tivnan
      Network
      CBS
      Genre
      Drama, Crime, Mystery & Thriller
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 17, 1995
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