Legally Mad

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Legally Mad
Created by David E. Kelley
Starring Charity Wakefield
Hugh Bonneville
Jon Seda
Kurt Fuller
Loretta Devine
Kristin Chenoweth
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
Executive producer(s) David E. Kelley
Production company(s) David E. Kelley Productions
Warner Bros. Television
Original network NBC
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Legally Mad is a television pilot that was made to be an American television series. It takes place in a Chicago law firm.[1] On May 4, 2009, NBC announced it would be picking up the show and was expected to debut in spring 2010.[2] But on May 12, 2009, the show was dropped by NBC, due to scheduling conflict and is not going to be shopped to any other network.[3]


  • Charity Wakefield as Brady Hamm – "A Twentysomething woman who takes a job at her father's law firm and quickly becomes the practice's center. Brady is deeply devoted to her father and chose to work for him despite being offered several prestigious clerkships out of law school. She is easygoing, deadpan funny and disarms with charm."[4]
  • Hugh Bonneville as Gordan Hamm, Brady's father[5]
  • Jon Seda as Joe Matty – "grumpy but equal opportunity offender"[4]
  • Kurt Fuller as Lou Peable – "an attorney in the throes of a midlife crisis"[6]
  • Loretta Devine as Jeanette Harris – "an attorney at the firm who's constantly on the verge of a nervous breakdown."[7]
  • Kristin Chenoweth as Skippy Pylon – "a cheerful and brilliant attorney who nonetheless exhibits flashes of psychosis -- and enjoys being mistaken for a teenager."[8]
  • Marcy Harriell as Paige Gideon – "Deceiving good looks. Sneaks up on people with her cheeky humor, often caustic. Would much rather perform on stage than in a law office."[9]

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