Equal Justice (TV series)

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Equal Justice
Created by Thomas Carter
Christopher Knopf
David A. Simons
Starring George DiCenzo
Cotter Smith
Kathleen Lloyd
Sarah Jessica Parker
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 27
Production
Running time approx. 42 min.
Production company(s) Thomas Carter Company (as The Thomas Carter Company)
ABC Productions
Distributor Orion Television Entertainment (former)
Disney–ABC Domestic Television[1]
MGM Television (current)
Release
Original network ABC
Original release March 27, 1990 – July 3, 1991

Equal Justice was a television legal drama broadcast in the United States by ABC from March 27, 1990 to July 3, 1991.

This series details on the lives of the district attorney's office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The series stars George DiCenzo, Cotter Smith, Kathleen Lloyd, Jane Kaczmarek, Sarah Jessica Parker, Barry Miller, Joe Morton, James Wilder, Jon Tenney, and Debrah Farentino. Despite earning critical acclaim, the show received low ratings throughout its run and was cancelled after only two seasons.

Awards and nominations[edit]

In 1990 the episode "Promises to Keep" won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series.

In 1991 the episode "In Confidence" won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing in a Drama Series.[2]

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