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Amazon's New Legal Drama 'Goliath' And The Pleasures Of Nouveau '90s TV

Like a lot of TV viewers, I’ve grown a little weary of the excesses of Peak TV. While I appreciate the ambition and stylistic diversity of contemporary television shows, and there’s no question that the quantity of quality programming is greater than ever, I get annoyed sometimes by the over-abundance of… 879 more words


Billy Bob Thornton Brings Warmth to David E. Kelley's First Streaming Series, 'Goliath'

Billy Bob Thornton earned an Emmy nod for his depiction of the coldly psychotic killer Lorne Malvo in the first season of Fargo. On Amazon’s… 871 more words


TV Review: 'Goliath'

No one could fault David E. Kelley for investigating the brave new realm of streaming networks, which offers a more enticing array of storytelling options than the more staid broadcast networks that aired most of his hits. 987 more words


The Trailer For Amazon's 'GOLIATH' Starring Billy Bob Thornton

Check out the official trailer that Amazon has revealed for their upcoming dramatic Amazon Original Series GOLIATH (originally titled “Trial”), starring Billy Bob Thornton, which can be seen down below! 113 more words


'Goliath' Trailer: Billy Bob Thornton Seeks Redemption In Amazon Legal Drama

Amazon has dropped the first trailer for Goliath, David E. Kelley’s new legal drama starring Billy Bob Thornton as down-and-out lawyer Billy McBride.

The series follows McBride as he seeks redemption and tries to take down a giant legal firm he helped to create. 42 more words

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David E. Kelley Remembers Fyvush Finkel

Fyvush Finkel, who died Sunday at 93, was a Yiddish theater actor with just a handful of small-screen credits when a supporting role as a lawyer in the 1990 Sidney Lumet movie… 197 more words

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Fyvush Finkel Dies: Emmy-Winning 'Picket Fences' Star Was 93

Phillip “Fyvush” Finkel, an actor with an 80-year career spanning Yiddish theater, motion pictures and television and best known for his Emmy-winning role on David E. 321 more words