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Expired: - Murder One - Season 1 And 2 [DVD] [1996] - Amazon £10.99
Expired: - Murder One - Season 1 And 2 [DVD] [1996]  - Amazon £10.99

Expired: - Murder One - Season 1 And 2 [DVD] [1996] - Amazon £10.99

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Two seasons of the courtroom drama set in Los Angeles.
Murder One was a groundbreaking event in TV history from Steven Bocho, the creator of NYPD Blue, L.A. Law and Hill Street Blues. This was the first show to devote an entire season to the story of a high-profile Hollywood murder trial, from the discovery of the murder victim through all of the hearings and gathering of evidence to the trial itself. The show focused on the wide array of players involved in the trial: attorney Theodore Hoffman and his team of legal experts, key witnesses, jurors and the media.

11 DVD Box Set - Contains Complete Series 1 & 2

Series 1 - Special Features
Contains All 23 Episodes From Season One Over 6 DVDs
Audio Commentaries From Actor Jason Gedrick And Director Randy Zisk On 2 Episodes
'Making The Case: Season One' Featurette (25 Minutes)
Running Time 1035 Minutes

The main character is Ted Hoffman (played by Daniel Benzali) who begins by successfully representing a young actor called Neil Avedon (played by Jason Gedrick), an actor with a drug problem and a liking for violence. Soon after, a fifteen-year-old girl named Jessica Costello is murdered and detective Arthur Polson (played by Dylan Baker) is assigned to the case.


Series 2 - Special Features
Contains 10 x 45 Minutes Episodes Plus 4 Feature Length Double Episodes
Final Verdict: Season Two: Featurette (20 Minutes)
Total Running Time 830 Minutes

The second season of Murder One builds on the acclaim heaped on Season One to follow three riveting cases, beginning with an explosive political assassination that has major impact on the personal and professional life of high-powered attorney James Wyler (Anthony LaPaglia).
Engaged in a strategic battle of words and wits with the tenacious prosecuting attorney Miriam Grasso (Barbara Bosson), Wyler relies on the top notch staff of legal associates in his charge, including the high flying new recruit to the firm.


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4 Comments

The first series is superb with Daniel Benzali.


Then second series is ok, but not as good

BritishDragon

The first series is superb with Daniel Benzali.Then second series is ok, … The first series is superb with Daniel Benzali.Then second series is ok, but not as good



i agree.

First Series was groundbreaking, second....yeah not so much, good price though.

Original Poster

I remember the 1st series being one of my 'must watch' programmes, but hardly remember anything from it at all, so its gotta be worth the £11 for that alone.
I must've watched the 2nd series, but cannot remember anything about that at all.

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