Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt
Released: 27th September, 2022

About Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt is a Hulu original legal drama, created, written and executive-produced by showrunner Raamla Mohamed, whose previous credits include Scandal and Little Fires Everywhere, while Scandal‘s own Kerry Washington also serves as an EP and directed the premiere. Other exec producers include Pilar Savone and Larry Wilmore.


Plot


Charlie Stewart: the most brilliant and fearless defense attorney in Los Angeles who bucks the justice system at every chance she gets.

Critic Reviews

  • Reasonable Doubt — which was created by Scandal vet Raamla Mohamed and boasts a premiere directed by Scandal star Kerry Washington — fares better than plenty of other would-be watercooler shows in that regard, grounding its drama in enjoyable characters, believable relationships and no shortage of platonic and sexual chemistry.

    Rating: 80/100
    The Hollywood Reporter
  • There’s a lot to like about “Reasonable Doubt,” which is sharp and fun and moves at a good clip. And it’s smart about keeping things just this side of ridiculous.

    Rating: 75/100
    Chicago Tribune
  • Watchable, despite all of the ridiculousness. ... We’re going to give Reasonable Doubt a chance because Emayatzy Corinealdi is a sexy force to be reckoned with as Jax, and her cloudy ethics and taste in men is what gives some of the silliness in the series some depth.

    Rating: 70/100
    Decider
  • Corinealdi handles all of Jax’s contradictions with fiery aplomb, bobbing from one end of Jax’s impulsive, messy whims to the other. ... That said, the ongoing push-and-pull of her many love interests grows a bit tiresome as the season progresses, especially as Lewis grows less and less sympathetic. The rest of the cast don’t fare as well, unfortunately, the scripts saddling them with some pretty corny dialogue and paper-thin character traits. ... But when “Reasonable Doubt” indulges in its seedier, soapier side, it can be trashy fun.

    Rating: 60/100
    Rogerebertcom

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