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The proper definition of ‘notorious’ is “famous or well known, typically for some bad quality or deed.” Suddenly a one adjective is about to jump into your Thursday night television and entertain those who want a little ride on the dark side while keeping it swanky and somehow legal.
Unethical behavior somehow gets a backdoor and a new door is open where unethical is exchanged for the best way to put it all out there to the public. The heroes, the bad guys, the villains, the Saints, victims, and monsters all will make an appearance on Notorious on ABC. They are not all the story behind the story, rather the characters that are seeking the stories behind the stories.
Get ready to lavishly live entertainment out loud and indulge in Notorious on ABC.
Notorious duo Jake(Daniel Sunjata) and Julia (Piper Perabo) are always in charge. She’s a top rated investigative news producer and he’s a high powered lawyer. Together, they mix law and media in a sexy interplay of scandal, drama, and the twisty exploration of what it means to make the news. Thursday at 9|8c on ABC.
Notorious will bring together two must unlikely and very complicated relationships: Media and Criminal Law. Crime is a way to increase viewership and public perception of those involved in crime needs to be won, one side of guilty or not long before anything goes to trial. Julia George the news producer and Jake Gregorian a criminal defense attorney help each other benefit professionally and become quite Notorious doing so.
Successful shows are all about the cast and how they interplay and the relationship between Jake & Julia seems to be powerful yet missing something that I am sure will appear as the series moves along. Notorious will let you walk down a path where it might seem that news producers and lawyers might be able to control the judicial system. What I think is that the judicial system is controlling their moves because there is a fine line between mud and dirt! It’s all about playing the viewership to get all those facts out there, or is it about the viewership playing into the judicial system? TBD….