All Rise: Season 2 (2020 - 2021)

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Air date: Nov 16, 2020

Lola and Mark try to rebuild their friendship after Mark witnesses Lola being detained during a protest while defending a teen girl.

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Air date: Nov 23, 2020

Lola may be asked to recuse herself from a case after the video of her detainment is leaked; Mark continues to seek the hate crime enhancement in Jesse's trial, even after being met with resistance.

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Air date: Nov 30, 2020

Presiding over Luke's cases forces Lola to acknowledge her own implicit biases; while Lola's husband is in D.C., she ponders single motherhood and carries on a one-sided conversation with the new baby growing in her stomach.

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Air date: Dec 7, 2020

When Lola's husband shows up in her courtroom in his official FBI capacity, Benner insists that Lola recuse herself; Mark Callan, in possession of a dossier of explosive evidence in an officer-involved shooting, enlists Sam for help.

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Air date: Dec 14, 2020

As the holidays approach, Lola begins her first jury trial during the pandemic; Mark digs deeper into his case against a police officer.

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Air date: Jan 4, 2021

It's a new year and Lola's baby is due any day; Lola must decide between protecting her reputation and revealing what she knows; Mark is the victim of a brazen knife attack.

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Air date: Jan 25, 2021

While Lola is on maternity leave, she attempts to participate remotely in Judge Brenner's special training about brain science and the law; Mark hits another roadblock in his high profile case against a sheriff's deputy.

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Air date: Feb 8, 2021

Mark is forced to prosecute his childhood icon, Samara Strong, an '80s Hollywood star accused of murdering her husband 30 years ago; Judge Laski is presiding over cases while Lola is on maternity leave.

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Air date: Feb 22, 2021

Emily and Sam face off in the courtroom in an emotionally gripping case that will determine the fate of a mentally ill young man who attacked his father; due to financial struggles, Rachel crashes at Mark and Amy's place.

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Air date: Mar 15, 2021

Emily and Mark face off in court in a compelling jewelry store robbery case that puts the entire concept of eyewitnesses on trial; still struggling with financial woes, Amy brings in a potential client who happens to be a friend of Mark's father.

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Cast & Crew

Simone Missick
Lola Carmichael

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Wilson Bethel
Mark Callan

Actor
Marg Helgenberger
Lisa Benner

Actor
Jessica Camacho
Emily Lopez

Actor
J. Alex Brinson
Luke Watkins

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Lindsay Mendez
Sara Castillo

Actor
Ruthie Ann Miles
Sherri Kansky

Actor
Lindsey Gort
Amy Quinn

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Audrey Corsa
Samantha Powell

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Ryan Michelle Bathe
Rachel Audubon

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Reggie Lee
Head DDA Thomas Choi

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Todd Williams
Robin Taylor

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Samantha Marie Ware
Vanessa "Ness" Johnson

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Suzanne Cryer
DDA Maggie Palmer

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Rebecca Field
Carol Coleman

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Ian Anthony Dale
Louis Bravo

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Patricia Rae
Judge Delgado

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Ahmad Dugas
Bailiff Deputy Douglas

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Shalim Ortiz
Joaquin Luna

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Gabriel Cordell
Omar Aziz

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Greg Spottiswood
Executive Producer
Len Goldstein
Executive Producer
Michael M. Robin
Executive Producer
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Critic Reviews for All Rise: Season 2

Audience Reviews for All Rise: Season 2

  • May 25, 2021
    Great series … enjoyed every moment of the 2 seasons …
  • May 11, 2021
    Overall I like this show, but season 2 has become too much of a soap opera. The break up / make up / break up of Mark and Amy is ridiculous. The love triangle between Luke, Emily, and Joaquin is also ridiculous. The arguments between Lola and Mark are continued ridiculousness. I really liked the first season and it would be nice to go back to that. Season 2 is too much drama just for drama sake.
  • Apr 13, 2021
    This show has jumped the shark. The addition of Ness Johnson (Ware) has taken the show down to the dumpster. The fun of season 1 is completely gone. This show should not be renewed.
  • Apr 04, 2021
    Who watches a show about the law to see dialogue between criminals & their victims? I watch this show wanting to see the law get interpreted & being put to use. Now if you throw a bit of drama in there, I don't mind. Plus if you are going to use references about the current word, use the truth. Not the lie that black people are targeted by policemen.
  • Mar 08, 2021
    I liked the first season, it was fairly refreshing in my opinion, if you don't take into accounts the 'relationships', all of which looked forced af; I expecially liked Lola and Mark's dynamic, it was always entertaining. Then came 2nd season, a disguised BLM propaganda, that left a bad taste in my mouth. On top of that, Lola and Mark's dumb quarrel took away the main reason that made me watch this. Dropped.
  • Feb 12, 2021
    Ness needs to be written off the show
  • Feb 09, 2021
    I think this season looks great - just like the first one. The plots are interesting as are the relationship between the characters. I am very surprised at the bad reviews. Maybe they need to give the show another look.

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