The legal drama nabs a full first season.
October 22, 2019
CBS announced today that the initial 13-episode order of All Rise will be extended to a full season's worth of episodes. The good news comes five weeks into the courtroom drama's run, which has been reasonably well-received by critics and audiences. Nine episodes have been ordered, bringing its total for the season to 22.
The series follows the chaotic, but hopeful, lives of the judges, prosecutors, and public defenders at a Los Angeles courthouse as they work with clerks, bailiffs, and police to ensure justice is served to the city's people amidst a flawed legal process.
12/09/19 at 08:07pm
I love this show!!!
11/15/19 at 10:00am
Started out ok but quickly plummeted to pushing a liberal agenda. Remember when shows were entertaining and not indoctrinating?
11/08/19 at 08:08pm
Just another boring show with the typical Hollywood take on the legal system. According to them the only hope for justice is a liberal activist judge that writes law from the bench rather than enforcing laws on the books. CBS has trotted out another looser and expects us all to watch. Prodigal Son is a far better show at the same time on another network - time to switch the channel.
10/24/19 at 11:22pm
This show is so typical TV formula. I wish For The People was still on. That got so much better in season 2 and then got axed.
10/24/19 at 05:47pm
I watched 3 episodes and I wasn’t impressed...yawn. Prodigal Son is on at the same time and is more entertaining.
10/24/19 at 12:28pm
I tried to like this one too, but just can’t. Too boring. Bring back LA Law and Chicago Law. I know, wrong network.
10/23/19 at 03:59pm
Should I invest knowing it might be only one season?
10/23/19 at 08:12am
Just another platform for Hollywood to press its liberal agenda of having judges legislate from the bench.
10/23/19 at 03:37am
This is good news, now I can watch the episodes that I have recorded. I never commit until I hear it's been picked up for a full season. I've been burned too many times!!