Greg Kinnear makes his broadcast TV series debut as a brilliant but self-destructive criminal defense lawyer named Keegan Joye in a drama based on the Australian series of the same name.
|4/5/2014||Remembrance of Taxis Past|
Keegan solicits support for Scarlet's DA campaign from a popular former governor of California, but is unnerved by Maddy's choice of a political consultant who happens to be her ex-lover. Meanwhile, Mikki's fiancé could be a formidable opponent for Scarlet.
|4/5/2014||A Man's Best Friend|
Keegan defends a doctor who's accused of animal cruelty after an explicit video is stolen. Meanwhile, the race for DA between Scarlet and David gets ugly when personal information is leaked to the press; the Feds want to look at the financial records at Ben's firm; and Maddy rekindles a romance with an ex-girlfriend.
|3/28/2014||50 Shades of Gay|
A high-powered agent (Peter Jacobson) accuses Mikki's former pimp (Cedric Yarbrough) of assault; Maddy attacks Finn's teacher.
|3/21/2014||Hey, Good Looking|
While trying to defend a new client (Kate Burton) accused of killing her husband, Keegan ends up becoming a suspect in the murder of Mayor Barzmann; Maddy is tired of being stalked by Bruce
Following the death of his father, Ben takes over the law firm and hires Keegan, who is immediately put on an important case. When Keegan cross-examines a key witness in the case – with zero preparation due to a big night out – he inadvertently wins the case, but the partners don’t have the jubilant reaction he was expecting. Meanwhile, Leanne begs Keegan to put her on his staff at the new firm, Bruce won’t come to terms with the fact that Maddy broke up with him, Scarlet puts the launch of her campaign for D.A. on hold and Keegan’s relationship with the Mayor’s wife gets more complicated