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It doesn't need much more than Sarah Shahi, who becomes the center of pretty much every scene.
Fairly Legal in a sense is Shahi's coming out party as an actress capable of toting the load. Not that USA requires any unduly heavy lifting.
A dazzler - snappy pace, majestic sets, shrewd plotting and a heroine on the side of the angels.
Kate's bamboozling of others grows a little wearisome after the first four episodes, and the show could have used some fresh twists. Nevertheless, "Fairly Legal" is above just-fair and enjoyable viewing for its sharp characterizations.
Fairly Legal is above just-fair and enjoyable viewing for its sharp characterizations.
It's a better show for what it's trying to say than for what it actually does, but it's a pleasantly diverting hour of programming all the same.
There are few shows that hook me on the pilot episode, but Fairly Legal may be one of them. For me, the trick is to combine great characters with an interesting premise that will make me want to come back for more. I think Fairly Legal has done that.
With spunky mediator Kate Reed, the USA network has added another winner to its growing roster of great characters.
Did I mention the show was fun? Just not particularly gripping or unique.
It's refreshing to get a legal dramedy coming from the mediator perspective.
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