In the series finale, Kathryn & Jimmy relate the story of their first case opposing each other. Meanwhile, a retiring judge offers Kathryn an opportunity that's hard to refuse.
Jimmy represents an ex-con (NICK CHINLUND) implicated in a drive-by shooting of a defense attorney. It turns out, however, that the target may have been Kathryn.
Jimmy represents an accomplice from law school (RALPH MACCHIO) who's been charged with arson and murder. But a Chinese gang and an Italian mobster are also involved.
Jimmy represents an accused killer from his old neighborhood -- while Kathryn's entire case relies on the testimony of a 12-year-old, special-needs kid with a photographic memory.
Kathryn charges a young couple with Manslaughter in the shaken death of an infant -- while Jimmy and Alejo each represent one of the defendants.
After a comatose woman dies, Kathryn brings a new charge of murder for the crime - now ten years old. MANDY PATINKIN guest stars.
HAROLD PERRINEAU and WAYNE KNIGHT guest star when a psychic is arrested for displaying a little too much knowledge about an open murder case.
After a philandering dentist is murdered in his own chair, Jimmy defends his widow on a charge of murder. PARMINDER NAGRA (ER) and TRICIA HELFER (Dark Blue) guest star.
In the episode, guest star ANNABELLA SCIORRA (Mental, Law & Order: Criminal Intent) plays Madeline Durand, a 45-year-old fashion designer accused of murdering her young male model boyfriend.
When a 16-year-old boy is accused of killing his mom and attempted murder of his dad, Jimmy must prove that the kid was bullied into a false confession by an aggressive detective.
JUDD HIRSCH guest stars as a much-loved judge accused of murder, who chooses Jimmy to represent him - and Kathryn Peale must prosecute, despite severe misgivings.
When a man in a wheelchair is found dead in New York Harbor, Kathryn Peale brings a charge of murder against the man's daughter - while Jimmy Brogan defends the young woman.
In the series premiere, defense attorney Jimmy Brogan and DA Kathryn Peale face off over a high school teacher and family man arrested for the rape and murder of a female student.
The pair discuss the new show and how it will find it's voice. Morrow also dishes on his 'Entourage' guest spot.
The Whole Truth Sneak Peek
From acclaimed filmmaker Jerry Bruckheimer (CSI) comes an up-close, behind-the-scenes look at the legal process, starring Maura Tierney (ER) and Rob Morrow (Numb3rs) that chronicles the way a case is built from the perspectives of both the defense and prosecution, by showing each side equally and keeping its audience guessing - shifting allegiances of guilt or innocence until the very final scene.
The trailer for The Whole Truth.
In this laugh out loud screwball comedy, the audience is begged the question, What happens when an acting coach gives criminal defendants personality transformations to convince juries to acquit them?
When acting coach Angela Masters (Elizabeth Rohm), helps acquit the ruthless Russian mob boss Yaro (Eric Roberts) by transforming him into a helpless simpleton, she believes it s just another victory and pay check. But when she accidently overhears Yaro planning a heinous crime, all her skills of manipulation can t save her from the mob wanting her dead. With police investigators and prosecutors unwilling to help, she s forced to rely on the aid of a struggling acting student (Sean Patrick Flannery) to outwit and out act the mob. Instead of running away or hiding, she faces the bad guy who now comes off as a good guy to juries (thanks to her earlier work) in a hilarious and fun filled romantic comedy that will keep you laughing and guessing what is The Whole Truth?