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For Life
For Life (2020) logo.png
Genre
Created byHank Steinberg
Starring
Music byJames S. Levine
Dustin O'Halloran
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes23
Production
Executive producers
EditorMichael Hathaway
Camera setupSingle-camera
Running time43 minutes
Production companies
Release
Original networkABC
Picture format720p (HDTV)
Original releaseFebruary 11, 2020 (2020-02-11) –
February 24, 2021 (2021-02-24)

For Life is an American legal drama television series created by Hank Steinberg that premiered on ABC on February 11, 2020. The series is inspired by the true story of Isaac Wright Jr., who was imprisoned for a crime that he did not commit. While incarcerated, Wright became an attorney and helped overturn the wrongful convictions of twenty of his fellow inmates, before finally proving his own innocence. In June 2020, the series was renewed for a second season which premiered on November 18, 2020. In May 2021, the series was canceled after two seasons.

Premise[edit]

The series focuses on Aaron Wallace, who has been sentenced to life in prison for a crime he did not commit. While incarcerated, Wallace becomes a lawyer and works as a defense attorney for others while striving to get his own sentence overturned. The series is loosely based on the life of Isaac Wright Jr.[1][2]

Cast[edit]

Main[edit]

  • Nicholas Pinnock as Aaron Wallace, a former club owner convicted of drug trafficking, although in truth, the drugs actually belonged to one of his friends. Now serving a life sentence with no possibility of parole, he earns a license to practice law and works to help his fellow inmates in court.[3]
  • Indira Varma as Safiya Masry, the warden who oversees the prison where Wallace is serving his sentence. She is reform-minded, and helps him as best she can, but their relationship is strained by her need to look out for her own family's interests.[4]
  • Joy Bryant as Marie Wallace, Aaron's wife, who has entered into a new relationship with Darius, one of his friends. Although she is sympathetic to her husband's plight, she also feels a need to move on and leave him in the past.[5]
  • Mary Stuart Masterson as Anya Harrison (season 1), Safiya's wife, who is running for Attorney General of New York State.[6]
  • Dorian Crossmond Missick as Jamal Bishop, Aaron's closest friend in prison. He occasionally helps Aaron prepare cases.[7]
  • Tyla Harris as Jasmine Wallace, Aaron's teenage daughter. Unlike her mother, she has never stopped believing in her father and dreams of him returning home one day.[8]
  • Glenn Fleshler as Frank Foster (season 1), a senior corrections officer at the prison. Like most of his fellow guards, he dislikes Aaron.
  • Boris McGiver as Glen Maskins (season 1; guest season 2), the prosecutor who led the team that put Aaron away, and who is now running for state Attorney General. He scorns his old foe's desire to clear his name, and will do whatever it takes, including blackmail, to keep him locked up for good.[8]
  • Timothy Busfield as Henry Roswell, a former New York state senator who assists Aaron in his quest to become a lawyer, and later helps him prepare to argue for his retrial in court.
  • John Doman as Alan Burke (recurring season 1; starring season 2), The attorney general of the state of New York.

Recurring[edit]

  • Brandon J. Dirden as Darius Johnson, Aaron's best friend who initially doubted him but later assists him during his retrial after finding new evidence suggesting Aaron is not guilty.
  • Erik Jensen as Dez O'Reilly, An assistant district attorney who works for Maskins.
  • 50 Cent as Cassius Dawkins, A dangerous inmate that is transferred to Bellmore by Maskins. Once there, he immediately causes problems for Aaron, Frank, and Safiya.[3]
  • Peter Greene as Wild Bill Miller, The leader of the white supremacy gang at Bellmore.
  • Felonious Munk as Hassan Nawaz, a prisoner at Bellmore in season one, released in season two.[9]
  • Joseph Siravo as Jerry McCormack, The head of the prison board who oversees Bellmore and other correctional facilities. He signed the order that allowed Cassius Dawkins to be transferred to Bellmore.
  • Matt Dellapina as Tom Hansen, Safiya's assistant who helps her in monitoring all areas of the Bellmore Correctional facility.
  • Toney Goins as Ronnie Baxter, Jasmine's boyfriend and the father of her child.
  • Sean Boyce Johnson as Scotty Williams, The probation officer assigned to Aaron when he is released.
  • Royce Johnson as Andy Josiah and Marcel's father. (season 2)
  • Amina Robinson as Elaine Josiah, Andy's wife, and Marcel's mother. (season 2)
  • Jace Bently as Marcel Josiah, Andy and Elaine's son. (season 2)

Episodes[edit]

Series overview[edit]

SeasonEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast aired
113February 11, 2020 (2020-02-11)May 12, 2020 (2020-05-12)
210November 18, 2020 (2020-11-18)February 24, 2021 (2021-02-24)

Season 1 (2020)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
TitleDirected byWritten byOriginal air date [10]U.S viewers
(millions)
11"Pilot"George Tillman, Jr.Hank SteinbergFebruary 11, 2020 (2020-02-11)3.15[11]
Newly certified as a defense attorney, Aaron Wallace picks up his first case by agreeing to represent José Rodriguez. José was convicted of purchasing drugs that his girlfriend, Molly, overdosed on and nearly died from. The case pits him against O'Reilly, a prosecutor under Glen Maskins, his nemesis and the man responsible for his life sentence. Maskins orders O'Reilly to sabotage Aaron's defense by removing the only two witnesses he has. With no other evidence, the case seems doomed and Wallace finds himself contemplating failure. Wallace resorts to deception, forging a note from Molly to get the judge to put her on the stand. He then reveals she lied under oath in the original trial, meaning José's sentence is reversed and he is allowed to go free. Wallace's ally, Warden Safiya Masry, tells him to stop antagonizing Maskins as she fears it will harm her wife's campaign for District Attorney. Aaron seems to agree, but when his daughter Jasmine visits him and says she's pregnant, he decides to do whatever he has to in order to get his conviction overturned.
22"Promises"Russell FineHank SteinbergFebruary 18, 2020 (2020-02-18)2.58[12]
Aaron must honor a debt he owes to Wild Bill, the leader of a white supremacist gang who wants one of its members, Joey Knox, released from solitary. Aaron takes the case knowing that doing so will make him enemies with the guards and other black inmates. He discovers that Knox was in a secret gay relationship with his Asian cellmate, for which Bill intends to kill him. At the hearing, a guard is forced to admit that he deliberately ignored Knox's pleas for help. This causes Joey to be released while Warden Masry arranges for him to be transferred to a different prison. With his debt cleared, Aaron is free to continue with his plan to sue the NYPD so his police file will be released. However, Maskins' office persuades a judge that doing so would endanger a confidential source, and so the request is denied. Aaron is contacted by Ronnie, Jasmine's boyfriend, who asks him to agree to stop letting Jasmine visit him every week. After learning the real reason why Aaron is trying to get his sentence reversed, Masry tells him she won't object to his plan to go after Maskins.
33"Brother's Keeper"Russell FineHank SteinbergFebruary 25, 2020 (2020-02-25)2.50[13]
With the Warden now on his side, Wallace takes on prison inmate Hassan's case. He wants Hassan's brother,a police officer, to testify that Hassan pleaded gulty during while detoxing. Talking to Hassan, the Mayor hears what Wallace is planning to do and when revieuwing the security footage at the prison, they see first-hand Wallace give his wife the forged note. At court Hassan's brother testified but Aaron did not do enough to convince the judge and loses. Marie is questioned by the Mayor and Wallace apologizes to his ex wife for bringing her into this. In the end Wallace calls Hassan's brother again and he presents new findings if the newfound evidence is successfull they can change judge's mind. But it doesn't and they lose the case Later at the prison Marie brings him his police file and Wallace tells her this package is going to get him home.
44"Marie"Charles MartinSonay HoffmanMarch 10, 2020 (2020-03-10)2.60[14]
In the flashback a year before Aaron's arrest, he and his wife celebrate their new future, building a night club with Angela and Michael and having more children together. After the party Wallace tells Marie to abandon her nursing career for heading the club, and when they dance, the DEA comes out and arrest him. One day later they see eachother in Rikers Island prison and Aaron admit the dealing of Michael with the authorities. Eight months later Jasmine celebrates another birthday as Marie and Darius embrace. In prison Aaron learns that Michael and Angela have been turned and accusse him of being a druglordMarie and his lawyer implore Aaron to plead guilty but he refuses. In the present Wallace is forced to listen the witness testimonies of him being a crimelord and in some time jumps, Marie becomes a nurse with Darius by her side and breaks up with Aaron until the present day she is conflicted about her own feelings.
55"Witness"Guillermo NavarroHank SteinbergMarch 17, 2020 (2020-03-17)2.35[15]
Warden Masry interviews Smitty about the drugs brought in to the prison and learns that inmate Bill is responsible. In the meantime Aaron brings a new case by Hassan about the same inmate who is locked up for a robbery charge. Meanwhile Maskins sents men over Marie's office to scare her and when Jasmine learns this she helps her father by looking up witnesses from his case file. In his cell Wallace tells his wife, on the phone, that he feels bad for supporting a guilty inmate but at the same time the Warden brings in police dogs to crack down on drugs after raids in the cells. Finding nothing she brings Bill into her office to make a deal but the inmate replies that he'll think about it. After this meeting the inmates distrust in Aaron grows but at the big day in court he can implicate Adam and Dez in his case which leads to O'Reilly offering a cash settlement in exchange for having Bill stay behind bars. Warden slows down on her war on drugs and Aaron and Marie start communicating via text.
66"Burner"Guillermo NavarroEric HaywoodMarch 24, 2020 (2020-03-24)2.38[16]
At the prison Frank gives a new load of drugs to wild Bill. Meanwhile Maskins makes a deal to transfer a difficult prisoner into Bellmore. With new evidence Wallace heads back to court. Marie's father gives Darius a ring to propose with but soon after Darius and Marie have a big fight about the money Marie is spending to help Aaron. The new inmate, Dawkins, brings chaos to the prison. After the court case Aaron sees the name "Angelo Torres" in the warrant file and decide to interrogate him but unfortunately Dawkins puts him in difficult position about the burner phone that forces him to hand it over after having discovered Dawkins used it. Maries's father visits the prsion to ask Aaron to let Marie go. At the end of the episode Frank comes home to find his familie tied up at gunpoint by two man.
77"Do Us Part"Russell FineHank Steinberg & Garen ThomasMarch 31, 2020 (2020-03-31)2.37[17]
Cassius uses his power in the prison to keep Aaron from making any calls. Frank realises that he needs help to keep the drug trade going so he tries to find something he can use agains Cassius in court. Marie and Darius ally together to question Michael at his house about Angelo and he gives them some very important information. In prsion Aaron stirs up trouble by taking on the case of inmate nathan Goodleaf. He wants to marry his terminally ill girlfriend. Aaron intends to sue the prison board with Safiya as a witness but in the end the judge rules in favour of the board. Despite this Safiya decides to begin family visits and the first to be approved are Nathan and his partner. They mary and Aaron realizes how much he cares for Marie and still loves her.
88"Daylight"Russell FineDavid FeigeApril 7, 2020 (2020-04-07)2.33[18]
Aaron and Henry build a case against Maskins. Cassius makes his move in the shower and hits wild Bill and his gang. After the fight he realises he needs legal advise and calls Wallace. Aaron agrease to help but wants a favor in return.Later in court Aaron manages to convince the judge that Cassius is the victim and he is free to go.Because of this Cassius returns his burner to Aaron. Marie returns home to find that Darius has left.
99"Buried"Erica WatsonHope MastrasApril 14, 2020 (2020-04-14)2.18[19]
Aaron uncovers a new witness, Anna Fernande, in a case he is working on. She was so traumatized she dissapeared but Henry finds her and convinces her to testify.Anna gives her story and in doing so saves the defendants life, which worries Maskins. In the prison the warrden discovers that Cassius is the main distrubitor of the drugs. The warden promisis to defent the person who gave her this information but not long after he quits working for the prison. Jasmien opens up a sociale madia group to get word out about her fathers case. This leads to a new person comming forward who was ommited from his case.
1010"Character and Fitness"Jann TurnerZach CaligApril 21, 2020 (2020-04-21)2.18[20]
In a flashback Wallace is found guilty and when he arrives in prison gets beaten up for refusing to join a gang. After 27 days his time in sollitary is over after he protected his cellmate. In court he reprisents himself while Henry is the judge. Aaron impresses him so much that he droppes the charges. Atfter 986 days in prison Wallace's lawyer refuses to keep representing him. aaron starts learing law with Henry's help. In the end he gets the inmates to write letters, this helps get the ward replased.
1111"Switzerland"Darnell MartinKaren StruckApril 28, 2020 (2020-04-28)2.19[21]
Jamal is bleeding out. He was beating by a guard as a warring sign from Cassius. Cassius calls Wallace over for legal advice but he refuses the help after hearing about the new girl from the social media group. A fight breakes out in the gym and develops into a revolt.
1212"Closing Statement"Debs PatersonLee Edward Colston IIMay 5, 2020 (2020-05-05)2.17[22]
Marie, Jasmine and Darius get information about Wallace’s condition from Safiya. Safiya learns the truth about the riot from Wallace and the police believes Captain Foster to be the catalyst for what happened after vieuwing the video footage. The next morning when the prison is in lockdown, Aaron manages to relay the message to Henry about his predicament and obtains 24 hour continuance for his case. Maskins learns about the riot and starts to spin this in his favour. He replaces Safiya with Cyrus again and this immediately causes problemsfor Wallace. Unfortunately Wallace hits another roadblock as he’s forced into solitary again. Meanwhile Captain Foster kills himself when he realizes he faces jailtime. Huey and Safiya discover the true story and with papers incriminating Maskins and Tom for their part in the Dawkins' prison transfer, she also manages to get Wallace back into court and demands a replacement for Cyrus.
1313"Fathers"Hank SteinbergHank SteinbergMay 12, 2020 (2020-05-12)2.82[23]
Wallace has his day in court infront of a new judge, Reginald Cummings, a man conciliatory to Maskins in the beginning, however he agrees to let Wallace call his witnesses. At this point Maskins makes his move and releases the surveillance of the prison riot to the press. Back in court, the judge rid the two witnesses used to prove racial bias by Wallace but surprisingly allows another witness: Lexie Richarson. Lexie's father mentions how she overdosed and phoned Maskins to help her and admitts that he had made donations to Maskins and this constitutes as a violation of power. After he speaks with Maskins alone the judge tells them he will decide what to do and adjourns the court. Upon leaving Jasmine gives birth 5 weeks early and Anya, Safiya's wife loses the election and she blame her. In the morning, Wallace receives the judge's verdict and receive a retrial but Maskins visits Aaron and informs him that he is the new Attorney General and tells Wallace to drop out of the retrial in exchange for getting out within 6 months and a transfer out of Belmont.

Season 2 (2020–21)[edit]

No.
overall
No. in
season
Title [10]Directed byWritten byOriginal air date [10]U.S. viewers
(millions)
141"Never Stop Fighting"Russell FineHank SteinbergNovember 18, 2020 (2020-11-18)1.96[24]
Moments after Maskins' offer, Wallace is conflicted over what to do and seriously considering accepting the deal but his wife reminds him that is innocent and if he takes their deal all of his fighting will have been in vain. When the day arrives Dez puts the contract in front of him and Aaron, with Henry by his side, is ready to sign but an intervention of Cyrus antagonizing him and he changes his mind, he takes more days to think about it. Meanwhile Safiya does her best to help Aaron and send a USB with the security footage to him as crucial evidence. Maskins worried about that calls Cyrus to delete the images. Just before the retrial Wallace make a video with Marie for Mikey pleading for help and in prison Jamal requests a meeting and is beaten by other inmates to pay back his debt. Attorney General Burke learns about the footage and a video confession by Mikey and gets Maskins to face a grand jury. In the end Maskins resigns from his position for good and Wallace is finally free to go.
152"Homecoming"Russell FineHank SteinbergNovember 25, 2020 (2020-11-25)2.14[25]
Now free Wallace goes back home with his wife and meets his daughter, Ronnie and his new born nephew. On the first day at the job Aaron follows Jamal's and his sister Georgia's case but despite being freed Wallace is assigned a probation officer called Williams to watch him every day. Elsewhere Marie struggles to connect with her husband and at the same time Spencer Richardson offers Aaron a very good jo. initially he refused but for the amount of money he's offering Aaron isn't in a position to refuse. Despite the numerous restrictions Wallace persist to help Georgia. With the help of Marie he tracks down a program that can help abuse victims and serving as Georgia's lawyer he manages to get her home despite the fact that she was hesitant. In the morning Wallace makes his decision,he meets Richardson and accept his offer.
163"The Necessity Defense"Marisol AdlerHank SteinbergDecember 2, 2020 (2020-12-02)1.95[26]
Aaron enjoys his life at home and when he shows up with Jazz to work they meet Charlotte, an enthusiastic woman that becomes a member of their team, then he and Henry head into prison to talk to their client Alice Martin. Alice's son Josh waited 6 hours for care him at Westchester Hospital and brandished a gun to get attention. Meanwhile Aaron and Jazz go out for lunch and the signs of Wallace's PTSD continue to emerge. In front of the judge Aaron uses the Necessity Defence and it turns out that the hospital was tried for racial bias in the past and those things seems work to collect new evidence. Williams continue to press Aaron, his family and his co-workers and when he shows up at court he listens as Wallace impresses the jury. At the end Westchester DA offeres a deal to Alice, Richardson is not sure to take the offer but Aaron takes Alice and her family aside and using his own experience suggests the better thing to do is to accept the deal.Alice ,with teary-eyes, decide to take it. Back home Wallace speaks to Marie about the past and his things that she packed in a storage.
174"Time To Move Forward"Russell FineKirk A. MooreDecember 9, 2020 (2020-12-09)2.12[27]
Wallace is out running while thinking about Darius and when he come back home Jamal calls, thanking him for helping his sister and wants help for Davit's cousin, Benjamin Terzian that been jailed for witness tempering and is important for his own sake in the prison. Marie and his probation officer have concerns but Aaron speaks with his client and learns that he tried to keep a friend named Giovanni out of trouble after a brawl. Back home Aaron's parents return and his mother hugs him but everyone remain wary because she hasn’t shown her face to Aaron for nearly 10 years. Meanwhile next days Aaron feel pain for the relationship with Marie. Then Ben scase becomes more difficult but at Thankgiving dinner Barbara, Aaron's mother confronts to him and asks forgiveness for the past. When he speaks to Monica, a witness it turns out Giovanni was the one who actually threatened and paid her off and Aaron resolves the case. Wallace confronts Darius who apologizes and admits he made the first move, after that he speak with Marie about what happened and he moves to his office.
185"Collars for Dollars"Jono OliverTerri KoppDecember 16, 2020 (2020-12-16)2.26[28]
At Belmont, Aaron talks with Jamal and decides to use Jamals past trauma for his case but he need Georgia's testimony. After that he speak with Jamals sister and learns about beatings from their father because he is gay. In the meantime Henry receives a woman named Paola claiming aggressive behaviour from the police, and mentioned to his collagues a scheme cops called “collars for dollars”, police officers that makmake arrests right at the end of their shift so they can make bank in overtime. This case brings back a lot of demons for Henry, and Aaron take his place and gets 48 hours to prove this scheme. Because of helping Georgia, Aaron brakes his curfew and Williams takes Wallace away in handcuffs before the trial, Henry gets back on the case and interviews Liam, an ex-cop he met in his rehab class earlier. Wallace heads back to see Jamal and asks him if he wants to fight and Jamal goes away after telling Wallace to get his own house in order. At night he returns home and decide to spend Christmas with Marie and Jazz.
196"354"Russell FineGaren ThomasJanuary 27, 2021 (2021-01-27)1.53[29]
The COVID-19 pandemic spread around the world and this is seen in the relationship between Aaron and Marie because og her job as a nurse.Wallace wants to speak with Jamal but Bellmore is in quarantine and the request is denied. Wallace reaches out for help to Safiya, who talks with the prison board but when Jamal was forcibly removed from his cell, Safiya take the case to the judge. When Aaron and Safiya meet Jamal inside the prison, the inmate infront of them throws a piece of paper on the ground for Wallace with a note "Xavier Barnwell died of COVID inside the prison". After that O'Reilly discusses with the two the release of the prisoners and prepered to release 132 men from Bellmore if they'll cooperate, but before they decide, they speak with Hassan and learn about the condition of the other inmates. Aaron and Safiya check the CCTV footage and they discovers the sick inmates being kept in solitary and three guards covering up Xavier’s death. In the end Safiya takes charge of the situation and O'Reilly budges his initial 7.5% to 15% and they released 354 prisoners and sent them home.
207"Say His Name"Eif RiveraSonay HoffmanFebruary 3, 2021 (2021-02-03)1.41[30]
A man named Andy Josiah and his son Marcel were out shopping but when they return home police sirens and flashes of red and blue appear in the rear-view mirror of their car and this changes their life forever. At home Aaron is uncomfortable with the idea of Jasmine baptizing her baby and this causes a rift to grow between the two. espessialy when Jazz is shocked by the death of George Floyd and she and Ronnie get involved in the protests neglecting the baby. Next day at work, Aaron receives the case of Andy Josiah that was shot by the police and is paralyzed. Aaron and the team call Craig Salkin and ask for his help but he can't do anything, but Henry finds a judge in Staten Island that could help. At court Aaron fights to release Andy's handcuffs but he’s interrupted by Jasmine calling as Ronnie has been arrested during a protest but Safiya manages to help Ronnie go free. Back home Wallace talks to Marie telling her she can lean on her family. Wallace then receives a call confirming Andy is on life support. Next day Wallace and Henry see Alan Burke and ask him to help get an impartial and fair case for Andy but at first he is not very interested. When Wallace convinces Andy’s wife Elaine to go on the news and call out Burke personally to look into this case, he heads up to see Richardson and suggest him to appointing Aaron Wallace to the case as a special prosecutor. In the end AJ's baptism and Andy's funeral happen at the same time.
218"For the People"Jono OliverDavid FeigeFebruary 10, 2021 (2021-02-10)1.50[31]
Alan Burke announces publicly that Aaron Wallace is the new special prosecutor and the personal lawyer of the Josiah family. Aaron ask for Safiya's help and together they investigate at the minimarket where Andy was killed but the owner Sherwin said that the night was quiet because of the virus and his cameras are broken. After that Henry brings bad news again when an image of Andy with an old friend that was involved in home invasion burglary spreads online. Aaron and Safiya turns to Marcel to hear his statement and learned that police asked Andy to stop the car and the phone story was a lie, moments later Sherwin heads over to Elaine's house to hand back Marcel's toy and Safiya runs to him asking the store owner to tell the truth about the cameras. Henry suggests to go conservative for a change and asks for a Grand Jury and to pile on the charges, for that he makes a backroom deal with the judge and after telling the judge they’ll go for a lower charge, the judge drops the case and Elaine does not understanding and goes irate slapping Wallace in the face and causing online opinion that he is a sellout. In the meantime Ronnie confronts the police officer that arrested him before instead in court a new prosecutor Veronica Marshall make things more difficult. Wallace decides to incriminates the police much more than before and Marshall knows his story and uses that against him but Judge Howell agreed this change of events. In the end Safiya is horrified to learn Sherwin is being arrested by police.
229"The Blue Wall"Laura BelseyT. Zhang & Jake GillmanFebruary 17, 2021 (2021-02-17)1.52[32]
Aaron and his team get the video of Andy Josiah’s murder, the police mislead Sherwin and arrest him for selling alcohol to a minor and he can lose his liquor license with which she looks after the family. Aaron, Safiya and Henry use the video to get Officer Matranga, who returned to his cruiser to run Andy’s ID that night, instead Officer Lindsey, the man who shot and has a history of being violent towards minorities while his lieutenant covered for him, for this they wanted to go after both Lindsey and Lieutenant Marco Diaz and to do this they offer full immunity if he turned on his men. The police pressure on Aaron is very high and causes trouble with his probation officer for breaking curfew at midnight. After that Aaron doubled his efforts on the case and this time recorded Marcel’s testimony for show to Matranga in their second meeting. The team needs a video inside the market the night before he was arrested and Safiya advised Sherwin to visits his brother in Iran for a few weeks in exchange of the footage. Roswell tries to work out a deal for Lindsey but Aaron refused to accept it because he believes Lindsey deserved go to jail for much longer than one year. In the end Aaron was also under public pressure and people were spray painting “Blue Lives Matter” on his house and with Marie washing it after she tell him that she was staying by his side.
2310"Andy Josiah"Russell FineHank Steinberg & Sonay HoffmanFebruary 24, 2021 (2021-02-24)1.76[33]
Aaron Wallace starts the most difficult case of his career and begins with an passioned opening statement and a video of Andy and Marcel having good time, after that Officer Matranga is on the stand and admits Diaz changed the report but unexpectedly Veronica Marshall shows the messages Safiya send to Sherwin to leave for Iran and throws out the video footage then she discredit Matranga completely. After this horrific beginning Henry suggests they leak the video to the press but Aaron disagrees and walks away. Henry follows him to talk and a man shows up with a gun, shouts blue lives matter and shoots Henry who protected Aaron with his body. the trial will be postponed. At court again Wallace is forced to allow Marcel to testify and that night Williams admits that he’s an inspiration to his son and when the trial is finished he suggest Aaron be taken off probation. At court again Marco Diaz takes to the stand next and Safiya pressed him with a footage inside the market talking to the owner and when she demonstrate that he receives a USB stick, probably with the footage that proves what really happened the officer decides to plead the Fifth. The court case is wrapped up with closing statements from both Marshall and Wallace and after six days of debating the jury proclaimed Lindsey guilty for criminally negligent homicide, by then Elaine give her own impassioned speech and read a letter by Andy for his son Marcel. At this point the Judge decides to put Lindsey in prison for four years. Wallace finally enjoys his family and visits Henry in the hospital. In the end he speak with Jamal and promises that he will fight and get him out. When they finished the chat Jamal rings Cassius who reminds him they have unfinished business.

Production[edit]

Development[edit]

On October 11, 2018, Deadline Hollywood reported that the then-unnamed series was under development at ABC.[34] The pilot was written by Hank Steinberg, who was also set to executive produce alongside Alison Greenspan, Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, Doug Robinson, Isaac Wright Jr., and George Tillman Jr. Production companies involved with the pilot include G-Unit Film & Television, Doug Robinson Productions, ABC Studios and Sony Pictures Television. On February 8, 2019, Deadline reported that the production had officially received a pilot order.[35] In May 2019, ABC announced that they had ordered the pilot to series, now titled For Life,[36] and that it would premiere as a mid-season replacement during the 2019–20 television season.[37] On November 21, 2019, TVLine posted an exclusive series trailer and announced a premiere date of February 11, 2020.[38] On June 15, 2020, ABC renewed the series for a second season which premiered on November 18, 2020.[39][40] On May 14, 2021, ABC canceled the series after two seasons, but is expected to shop to other networks.[41] IMDb TV licensed the first two seasons and was touted as a possible home for a third season.[42] In August 2021, IMDb TV opted to not pick up the series for a third season.[43]

Casting[edit]

In March 2019, it was announced that Nicholas Pinnock, Indira Varma, Joy Bryant, Mary Stuart Masterson, Boris McGiver, Tyla Harris, and Dorian Missick had joined the cast in the pilot's lead roles.[3]

Filming[edit]

On August 31, 2020, it was reported the second season had commenced production in New York City.[44] However, on September 11, 2020, it was reported that the second season would suspend production for the day due to the COVID-19 test delays. Two days later, the suspension was extended by two weeks.[45] Filming resumed at the end of the month.[46][47]

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

On the review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds an 86% approval rating based on 14 reviews, with an average rating of 7.12/10. The site's critics consensus reads: "Guided by Nicholas Pinnock's powerful performance, For Life eschews procedural pitfalls with a sturdy, empathetic script and an impressive ensemble to bring it to life."[48] On Metacritic, the series has a weighted average score of 64 out of 100, based on 10 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[49]

Ratings[edit]

Viewership and ratings per season of For Life
Season Timeslot (ET) Episodes First aired Last aired TV season Viewership
rank
Avg. viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
Date Viewers
(millions)
1 Tuesday 10:00 p.m. 13 February 11, 2020 (2020-02-11) 3.15[11] May 12, 2020 (2020-05-12) 2.82[23] 2019–20 77 4.36[50]
2 Wednesday 10:00 p.m. 10 November 18, 2020 (2020-11-18) 1.96[24] February 24, 2021 (2021-02-24) 1.76[33] 2020–21 97 3.20[51]

Season 1[edit]

Viewership and ratings per episode of For Life
No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Pilot" February 11, 2020 0.7 3.15[11] 0.6 2.33 1.3 5.48[52]
2 "Promises" February 18, 2020 0.6 2.58[12] 0.7 2.52 1.3 5.10[53]
3 "Brother's Keeper" February 25, 2020 0.6 2.50[13] 0.5 2.14 1.1 4.65[54]
4 "Marie" March 10, 2020 0.6 2.60[14] 0.6 2.09 1.2 4.70[55]
5 "Witness" March 17, 2020 0.6 2.35[15] 0.5 1.95 1.1 4.30[56]
6 "Burner" March 24, 2020 0.6 2.38[16] 0.5 1.88 1.1 4.26[57]
7 "Do Us Part" March 31, 2020 0.6 2.37[17] 0.4 1.72 1.0 4.09[58]
8 "Daylight" April 7, 2020 0.6 2.33[18] 0.5 1.83 1.1 4.16[59]
9 "Buried" April 14, 2020 0.5 2.18[19] 0.5 1.84 1.0 4.02[60]
10 "Character and Fitness" April 21, 2020 0.4 2.18[20] 0.6 1.75 1.0 3.90[61]
11 "Switzerland" April 28, 2020 0.5 2.19[21] 0.4 1.62 0.9 3.81[62]
12 "Closing Statement" May 5, 2020 0.4 2.17[22] 0.5 1.69 0.9 3.86[63]
13 "Fathers" May 12, 2020 0.5 2.82[23] 0.5 1.59 1.0 4.41[64]

Season 2[edit]

Viewership and ratings per episode of For Life
No. Title Air date Rating
(18–49)
Viewers
(millions)
DVR
(18–49)
DVR viewers
(millions)
Total
(18–49)
Total viewers
(millions)
1 "Never Stop Fighting" November 18, 2020 0.4 1.96[24] 0.4 1.60 0.8 3.56[65]
2 "Homecoming" November 25, 2020 0.5 2.14[25] N/A N/A N/A N/A
3 "The Necessity Defense" December 2, 2020 0.3 1.95[26] 0.4 1.34 0.7 3.29[66]
4 "Time To Move Forward" December 9, 2020 0.4 2.12[27] 0.3 1.28 0.7 3.40[67]
5 "Collars for Dollars" December 16, 2020 0.4 2.26[28] N/A N/A N/A N/A
6 "354" January 27, 2021 0.3 1.53[29] N/A N/A N/A N/A
7 "Say His Name" February 3, 2021 0.3 1.41[30] 0.2 0.96 0.5 2.36[68]
8 "For the People" February 10, 2021 0.3 1.50[31] 0.3 1.37 0.6 2.87[69]
9 "The Blue Wall" February 17, 2021 0.3 1.52[32] 0.3 1.33 0.6 2.85[70]
10 "Andy Josiah" February 24, 2021 0.3 1.76[33] 0.4 1.31 0.7 3.07[71]

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