Josh Segal is an eager, young New York City lawyer who leaves the big city and heads to a small Southern town to take on his first big case. His new client, Larry, is an eccentric poetry professor who is accused of the strange murder of his beloved wife.
It isn't long after settling into his makeshift office behind a taxidermy shop that Josh realizes that winning his first big case will not be as easy as he thought, especially when his client has a way of making himself look guilty.
BUT! I have to say that it started to grow on me around episode 3 or 4. It's definitely best if binged. I'm not sure if week to week will serve this show well...