There have been some new shows on TV this past summer. One that I found myself watching and liking is Franklin & Bash on TNT.
Here is the overview of the show:
The series stars Breckin Meyer and Mark-Paul Gosselaar as unconventional lawyers and longtime friends.
Jared Franklin and Peter Bash are two streetwise, neighbourhood attorneys. After defeating Damien Karp of the prestigious law firm Infeld Daniels they are recruited by senior partner Stanton Infeld to breathe new life into the ailing firm. Assisting Franklin & Bash is Carmen Phillips, a convicted offender out on parole who assists with background investigations on cases, and Pindar Singh, an agoraphobic but brilliant attorney.
In agreeing to work for Infeld Daniels, Franklin & Bash were guaranteed that they would still be taking on the same kind of cases as before, only with the backing of a major law firm. Over the course of their cases Franklin & Bash, through their courtroom antics, prove to be effective advocates for their clients, much to the chagrin of Damien Karp and his ex-girlfriend Hanna Linden.
(from wikipedia.com — Franklin & Bash).
I wasn’t planning on watching the show, but my “crush” on Mark-Paul Gosselaar got the best of me. I have “liked” him since “Saved by the Bell” (hey, don’t judge me).
But after watching the first couple of shows, I liked it. The stories are good and they wrap things up by the end of the show. Then last weeks show had Dawson, I mean James Van Der Beek himself! Oh dear Lord, I thought I died and went to teenage-heaven!
So, tonight is the last show of the season. Franklin & Bash has already been renewed for another season. All is well in the world. I’m looking forward to seeing the reruns of the show for the rest of the summer.
If you did not get a chance to watch this show this season, you should at least watch one episode. Even if you don’t like it, at least you will get to see Zack, I mean Mark-Paul Gosselaar.
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