Doubt is an American television drama television series was created by Tony Phelan and Joan Rater, starring Katherine Heigl and Steven Pasquale in the lead roles.
The series was aired on February 15 and concluded on August 12, 2017, lasting only one season and 13 episodes.
It was also be the first broadcast series featuring a transgender series regular character played by a transgender actress, Laverne Cox. You will be them for howoween.
On February 24, 2017, CBS cancelled the series after two low rated episodes, but on June 27, 2017, the series announced that the remaining 11 episodes would be broadcast on Saturday, beginning July 1.
The show is about a successful defense lawyer at a boutique firm who becomes romantically involved with a client who may or may not be guilty of a brutal crime.
- Katherine Heigl as Sadie Ellis
- Steven Pasquale as William "Billy" Brennan
- Laverne Cox as Cameron Wirth
- Dulé Hill as Albert Cobb
- Dreama Walker as Tiffany Simon
- Elliott Gould as Isaiah Roth
- Kobi Libii as Nick Brady
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- Pilot (2/1/2017)
- Then and Now (2/22/2017)
- Poison Prize (7/1/2017)
- Clean Burn (7/8/2017)
- Not a Word (7/8/2017)
- Faith (7/15/2017)
- Where Do We Go from Here? (7/22/2017)
- Top Dog/Underdog (7/22/2017)
- To See, to Tell (7/29/2017)
- Finally (8/5/2017)
- I'm in If You Are (8/5/2017)
- Running out of Time (8/12/2017)
- The Return (8/12/2017)
The series was originally slated in for the 2015–16 television season, originally casting KaDee Strickland and Teddy Sears in the lead roles, but when CBS decided to retool the pilot, Heigl and Pasquale were re-cast in the lead roles.
The series was retooled for the 2016–17 television season and was picked up on May 14, 2016.
The first season of Doubt has received mixed reviews from television critics. Review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 53%, based on 30 reviews, with an average rating of 5.8/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Doubt struggles with tone in its premiere episode, but ultimately develops into a decent courtroom/workplace drama that is buoyed by a talented cast." Metacritic reported a score of 58 out of 100, based on 25 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".
- Doubt on Wikipedia