Following tonight’s premiere episode, are you interested in learning where Bluff City Law episode 2 is going to take the story on NBC? Within this article, we come bearing more news on that subject!
What we think this series is trying to do more than anything else is sort of inject the tension of a legal drama with something a little bit more homespun — it’s trying to create a new energy and showcase things that are a little different from a law show. Take, for example, music, barbecue, and a good time. When we think of Memphis, we think of hard-working people, good food, a unique history, and a culture that is far and away different from Nashville.
Below, CarterMatt offers up the official Bluff City Law episode 2 synopsis with some more news as to what’s coming up next:
09/30/2019 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Monday) : Elijah and daughter Sydney must put personal feelings aside to help a group of farmers who are in danger of losing everything to an insidious corporate scheme. Anthony and Jake team up to take on a seemingly light-hearted case about a stolen barbecue sauce recipe that actually would have a deeper impact on the city than anyone knows. TV-14 L
While the cases on this show should stand out and be memorable for weeks after the fact, let’s not forget what this show is fundamentally all about: Watching two people in Elijah and Sydney try to find a way in order to work together. They’re coming into this job with different backgrounds and philosophies on both the law and how to deal with some of what is put before them.
Aside from the story, another major question is simply this: Will Bluff City Law turn out to be a hit? It’s going to have some struggles in that this doesn’t feel like the sort of show that is going to attract younger viewers. Yet, at the same exact time, this is a show that could be build and get more and more popular over time. That is some of what semi-procedural shows are able to do really well.
What do you want to see when it comes to Bluff City Law episode 2?
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