FAMILY LAW”

TBD on The CW

 

FAMILY LAW follows lawyer and recovering alcoholic Abigail Bianchi (Jewel Staite, “Firefly,” “The L.A. Complex”) struggling to put her career and family back together after hitting rock bottom. As a condition of her probation, Abby is forced to work at her estranged father Harry’s (Victor Garber, “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”) firm, Svensson and Associates, and practice in family law for the first time while forging new relationships with the half-brother Daniel (Zach Smadu, “Cardinal”) and half-sister Lucy (Genelle Williams, “The Expanse”) whom she’s never met. The result is a dysfunctional family law firm operating to help other families with their own dysfunctions.

 

Produced by SEVEN24 Films and Lark Productions for Corus Entertainment’s Global (Canada), FAMILY LAW is created, written and executive produced by award-winning author Susin Nielsen (“Degrassi”). The series is executive produced by SEVEN24’s Jordy Randall (“Heartland”) and Tom Cox (“Fortunate Son”), and Lark’s Erin Haskett (“Motive”) and Andy Mikita (“Stargate SG-1”) serve as executive producers. eOne holds international distribution rights to the series.

 

 

 

 

March 2022

 

CREDITS FOR “FAMILY LAW” ON THE CW

 

Day and time:

TBD, PM ET/PT

Network debut:

TBD

 

Short Synopsis:

 

 

FAMILY LAW follows lawyer and recovering alcoholic Abigail Bianchi (Jewel Staite) struggling to put her career and family back together after hitting rock bottom. As a condition of her probation, Abby is forced to work at her estranged father Harry’s (Victor Garber) law firm.

 

Cast:

 

Jewel Staite as Abigail Bianchi

 

Victor Garber as Harry

 

Zach Smadu as Daniel

Genelle Williams as Lucy

 

Executive Producers:

Susin Nielson, Jordy Randall, Tom Cox, Erin Haskett, Andy Mikita

 

Produced by:

 

Format:

 

SEVEN24 Films and Lark Productions for Corus Entertainment’s Global (Canada)

 

Drama 60 min

(Filmed in HD)

 

Origination:

Vancouver, Canada

Media contacts:

TBD

 

 











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