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Newton's Law - Season 1









Release Information:
Studio: Acorn Media
Release Type: Season Boxed Set
Release Date: 3/06/2018
Number of Discs: 3
Number of Episodes: 8
Running Time: 442 mins
Retail Price: $49.99 (US$)

Audio/Video Information:
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen (1.78:1)
Audio: Unknown
Subtitles: None/Unknown

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Description:

"Award-winning actress Claudia Karvan (Jack Irish) stars in this charming legal comedy-drama from the producers of Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. When her offices are firebombed by an angry client, consulting solicitor Josephine Newton is forced to take a new job as a barrister at Knox, a high-powered legal firm where her old flame Lewis (Toby Schmitz, Black Sails) works. Worried about leaving behind her former clients turned colleagues, Josephine sets up a new legal office in the building’s basement for Johnny (Sean Keenan, Glitch), a reformed car thief, and Helena (Georgina Naidu, SeaChange), a brilliant legal mind with a crippling fear of courtrooms. As Josephine tackles high-profile cases with Lewis upstairs, she secretly consults with Helena and Johnny downstairs. Throw in a teenage daughter and a husband (Brett Tucker, The Americans) who doesn’t seem to understand the meaning of a trial separation, and Josephine’s new life is more hectic than ever. Funny and quirky, Newton’s Law provides “a welcome break from TV’s parade of dysfunctional antiheroes” (The Guardian, UK)."

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