Described on the Showtime website as a legal thriller, Your Honor commands Bryan Cranston as a respected judge in New Orleans as his son is embroidered in one box and another. Here is a game of lies, deception, and impossible choices.
Adapted from the Israeli series ‘Kavdo’, the show will be a 10-episode restrained collection produced via way of means of CBS TV Studios with Robert and Michelle King’s King Given the dynamic son of the half-father between Cranstone and Aaron Paul on ‘Breaking Bad,’ we can’t wait to see the Cranston star as another morally ambiguous father.
The series is still in pre-production and a release date has yet to be announced.
A respected New Orleans judge tries to protect his son after being involved in a hit-and-run. The original Israeli series ‘Kavdo’, on which this show is based, is a spin on “protective parents.” Developed as a “morally complex drama,” it revolves around a judge who transforms himself into his guilty son after being involved in a hit-and-run incident. However, he soon realizes that the accident victim is a member of a criminal family who goes out of his way of justice.
Oscar nominee and Amy, the Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild, and Tony Award winner Brian Cranston have signed on to act on the show.
Cranston is known for his career-defining role in ‘Bad Breaking Bad’, as a chemistry teacher was a methamphetamine dealer. His breakthrough role first came in the comedy-drama In Malcolm in the Middle, where he played the easygoing, eccentric, eccentric, and troubled father of four children. His current tv roles include “Sneaky Pete,” which he called “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” and “Philip K. Performed and produced on shows like Dick’s Electric Dreams.
BAFTA-winning British television writer and playwright Peter Moffat is widely known as Schrüner and has written several episodes of the American adaptation. He may even run a govt manufacturer alongside Robert and Michelle King.
Executive presenters will be Bryan Cranston, Liz Glotzer (The Good Fight, Castle Rock, The Shashank Redemption), Alon Aranya, Rob Goldenberg (The Hostages, Betrayal) and James Degas Degas.