For those who want to classify All Rise as yet another legal drama in a sea of them, next week’s episode 5 will look to prove you wrong. One of the goals of the CBS series is to show all of the different components that go into being a judge, and you’ll see some play out during “Devotees in the Courthouse of Love.” This is a chance to see and experience “Wedding Day,” an event that for someone like Lola is very well different than anything else that she tackles. It’s a chance to celebrate romance, but also to be extremely overwhelmed every single step of the way.
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“Devotees in the Courthouse of Love” – Lola officiates her first nuptials on “Wedding Day,” an annual event when couples flock to the Hall of Justice to be married free of charge. Also, Lola and public defender Emily Lopez are torn between civil laws and the laws of a higher power when it seems they must allow Phoebe (Emma Dumont), a nun with a shady past, to go to prison for a criminal act against the church that she believes is morally right, on ALL RISE, Monday, Oct. 21 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.
For those who recognize Emma Dumont, she was a part of The Gifted during its run on Fox. This is a chance for her to now do something totally different as we wait to see if she lands another series-regular gig somewhere else. The case for her character is particularly exciting, mostly because dealing with the law versus religion is typically one of those battles that nobody wants any part of at all.
Let’s just hope that there is something about this story that gets viewers’ attention beyond just the core audience. We do think that All Rise has accumulated some fans quickly, but not enough for it to feel secure beyond its initial episode order.
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