‘Your Honor’ reviews: A ‘never less than watchable’ Bryan Cranston leads an ‘oppressively grim’ miniseries

‘Your Honor’ reviews: A ‘never less than watchable’ Bryan Cranston leads an ‘oppressively grim’ miniseries
After a seven-year absence from a series-lead role, Bryan Cranston returns to TV in the new Showtime miniseries “Your Honor,” which begins its 10-episode run on Sunday, Dec. 6. Based on the Israeli series “Kvodo,” “Your Honor” boasts a creative team of writer Peter Moffat — he penned the British series “Criminal Justice” that inspired HBO’s “The Night Of” — director Edward Berger, and executive producers Michelle King and Robert King.

Cranston plays widowed New Orleans judge Michael Desiato, who unexpectedly compromises his ethics to protect his son Adam (Hunter Doohan) after he accidentally kills the son of a local crime family in a hit-and-run. Fearful of the deceased’s parents Jimmy (Michael Stuhlbarg) and Gina’s (Hope Davis) wrath, Michael turns to friends and acquaintances in law enforcement and politics, like Isiah Whitlock Jr.’s Charlie, to help clean up Adam’s mess, inflicting much seen and unseen harm in his wake.
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