Bluff City Law episode 6 spoilers; why ratings still matter

Bluff City LawBluff City Law episode 6 is still airing on NBC next week. So why use the word “still”? It’s in part because there may be a lot of confusion out there.

Is it true that production is ending on the series after ten episodes? Sure, but the series is not technically canceled just yet. The network is going to still air the remainder of these episodes through on Monday night, pending some last-minute interruption or change. If you love the series, keep watching it and do so live! Things aren’t looking good right now, but there’s still something about seeing the story through and we’ll see where some of the ratings end up.

If there is a compelling reason story-wise to be excited for Bluff City Law episode 6, it comes in this form — a chance to see Sydney and Elijah take on a couple of different cases related to a former football star. It’s a chance for them to dabble into celebrity culture more, but there are some other twists in her. Take, for example, the fact that this said player is dying.

Below, CarterMatt offers up the full Bluff City Law episode 6 synopsis with some other news all about what’s coming up next:

10/28/2019 (10:01PM – 11:00PM) (Monday) : Sydney and Elijah try two separate cases for an ex-college football star Marcus Wright who is dying. Della is presented with a lifetime achievement award from the LGBTQ community. TV-1

“Change the World” is the motto for Bluff City Law, and it has been there in a lot of the promotional material that is out there — including the image above. No matter what happens with the ratings or the show, there could be something inspirational about these stories. If these episodes do end up leaving a positive impact on viewers, that’s a legacy that it can be remembered for — regardless of the ratings or whatever NBC decides.

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