List of The Firm episodes
The Firm is a legal-drama television series, created by Lukas Reiter for NBC, Global and AXN, that is adapted as a sequel to the 1991 John Grisham novel of the same name and its 1993 film adaptation in the Washington Metropolitan Area. The television adaptation is set ten years after the novel and film. It is executive produced by John Grisham, John Morayniss, Michael Rosenberg, Noreen Halpern, and Reiter. It premiered in Canada and the U.S. as a two-hour special on January 8, 2012 and assumed its regular time slot on January 12, 2012, replacing Prime Suspect in the Thursday night lineup of both Global and NBC. The series premiered on AXN on February 19, 2012.
Josh Lucas stars as the protagonist, Mitch McDeere, while Molly Parker plays his wife, Abby McDeere. Callum Keith Rennie plays his brother Ray McDeere and Juliette Lewis plays Ray's girlfriend. Natasha Calis plays Claire McDeere, the daughter of Mitch and Abby. Although the show is a sequel to both the book and the movie, "The book ends with him on the run, his law career apparently over; the movie ends with him and his wife, Abby, on their way back to Boston, hoping for a new start in life and law." Bill Keveney of the USA Today notes that the television show more closely resembles the film in this regard. The first season revolves around a conspiracy and the interest in a McDeere client accused of murder by a mysterious law firm that pursues a business relationship with McDeere's firm.
As of July 14, 2012[update], 22 episodes of The Firm have aired on Global and 22 episodes of the series aired on NBC.
- "Canadian viewers" refers to the number of people aged 2 and over who viewed the episode on the day of its original broadcast on Global; encores on Showcase and Mystery TV are not included.
- "U.S. viewers (million)" refers to the number of Americans who viewed the episode on the day of its U.S. broadcast on NBC
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||CAN viewers
|Original air date|
|1–2||"Pilot/Chapter Two"||David Straiton||Lukas Reiter||1.075||6.32||January 8, 2012|
|Mitch carries a briefcase as three men in suits chase him. Six weeks earlier, it’s Mitch and Abby’s daughter Claire’s tenth birthday. She’d been at her new school for half a year and was worried that some of the kids she invited wouldn’t come; The beginning of Mitch and Abby’s lives through the witness protection program ten years ago is revealed; Joey Morolto died in prison nine months earlier, and now Joey Morolto Junior has been made the boss of the Morolto family; Tammy is irritated at Ray; Mitch confronts Sarah Holt, who is accused of murdering a 71-year-old woman in her sleep; Mitch defends 14-year-old Donnell Heywood, who is in the eighth grade, and was at school when the police say that he murdered classmate, Nathan Williams; A man comes to Mitch’s office named Derek, a workmate of Richard, Nathan’s father, and Derek tells Mitch and Ray that Richard offered him $10,000 to kill Donnell; Claire is worried that now she has friends, her parents would have to move; Mitch tries to get proof that Richard hired Derek to kill Donnell, so he sends Ray to pose as one of Derek’s workmates bringing a tape recorder to get Richard to bring up the subject of the matter; In Chicago, Joey Morolto Junior discovers that the mob knows how to find the McDeere family; Tammy tries to find a settlement in the Althea Sanderson case; Mitch decides to join the Clark & Kinross firm; Six weeks later, security breaks down a hotel door after Martin Moxon jumped to his death.|
|3||"Chapter Three"||Helen Shaver||Lukas Reiter||0.835||4.23||January 12, 2012|
|Mitch defends Brian Strickland, whose girlfriend, Amy Sackheim has gone missing and the police suspect that Brian is involved. The night Amy disappeared, her and Brian were on a date at a restaurant and he proposed, but she said no, which led to a loud fight at the public restaurant. Though it looks like Brian has done something, Mitch must prove his innocence; In class, Claire sees one of her popular classmates, Heather, cheating with answers on her arm. Heather notices and bribes Claire; A man named Clavin claims he killed Amy Sackheim; Sarah Holt is arrested for murdering Margaret Whitaker.|
|4||"Chapter Four"||Fred Gerber||Lukas Reiter & Peter Noah||0.825||3.42||January 19, 2012|
|Sarah Holt is surprised with an unexpected visit from Mitch, who questions her concerning Margaret Whitaker; Mitch defends a psychotherapist, Dr. Elle Larson, who is a suspect in the murder of Greg Tillman, her former patient who was very violent and obsessive, and was stalking her for quite some time; Mitch sees a man in the court room who strangely stares at Mitch and then leaves into the hallway; Ray suspects that Margaret's son killed Margaret Whitaker; Tammy digs up Sarah Holt's laptop and finds out when she turns it on, the files on the laptop mysteriously disappear.|
|5||"Chapter Five"||Sturla Gunnarsson||Lukas Reiter & Jonathan Shapiro||0.896||3.80||January 26, 2012|
|Abby and Mitch deal with the Althea Sanderson case and hope to show Andrew at Kinross & Clark a book Abby's been keeping for months, so that they can persuade them into a settlement higher that $210,000; Mitch defends Judd Grafton, a 25-year-old lawyer who opened an illegal casino instead of practicing his professions. He killed gangster Jimmy Riggs out of self-defense and he's innocent. Except Mitch doesn't have a clue what he's about to discover—Jimmy is a lot more innocent that everybody thinks!; Ray believes that Sarah is hiding something, so he sneaks into her apartment; Tammy tapes together the shredded piece of paper Ray found in Sarah Holt's apartment, to find a list of the four previous nurses fired by Margaret!|
|6||"Chapter Six"||Helen Shaver||David Feige & Alyson Feltes||0.841||2.97||February 2, 2012|
|When a cab driver, Zoran Mirko, and his new wife celebrate the birth of their new baby at a nightclub, another patron insults Zoran's wife and Zoran started a fight and was thrown out. A few hours later, the club went into flames and a firefighter is hurt. If he dies, a murder charge would be on top of arson. Zoran claims to be innocent, but Zaron's prints were found on a paint thinner in the bathroom, and he is a suspect; Claire is upset because she wants a phone; Ray and Tammy go over the shredded paper Ray found in Sarah Holt's apartment that contains the list of Margaret Whitaker’s four previously fired nurses; Abby must bring her class to a museum as a field trip and Claire goes missing; Joey Morolto discovers that the McDeere family are out in the open.|
|7||"Chapter Seven"||Holly Dale||Lukas Reiter & Jamie Gorenberg||0.592||2.73||February 9, 2012
February 18, 2012 (NBC)
|Tammy discovers that Nate Murphy, the delivery kid from the deli down the street had been arrested for murder and armed robbery along with two other people, so Mitch defends Nate in court, discovering the U.S. Attorney's office wants either Shawn (Nate's brother) or Nate to testify for the prosecution, being only one of them. The other brother must go down with Ed, who is the person who actually committed the murder; Abby can't decide if she really wants to call her parents because of the last time they saw her—the time they boycotted Abby and Mitch's wedding!; Abby plans Martin Moxon and Mitch to privately meet at a hotel to discuss the list of numbers that Moxon gave to Mitch, which leads Mitch to a dangerous chase, and a murder charge.|
|8||"Chapter Eight"||George Mihalka||Vincent Angell & William Rotko and Lukas Reiter||0.589||2.37||February 16, 2012
February 25, 2012 (NBC)
|Mitch is cleared as a suspect in Martin Moxon's death and he discovers that the mysterious list containing unknown numbers is still left in his briefcase; Mitch contacts Sarah Holt, who is uncooperative with Mitch; Mitch must deal with a case concerning a CEO of a company working on a cure for Alzheimer's, who believes that his ex-girlfriend who works for a rival company stole his idea and was researching it for her company, stealing his work; Mitch unfolds a cover-up that Alex and Stack created; Tammy works on the list of numbers left behind from Moxon discovering that they were switched when Mitch got the briefcase back.|
|9||"Chapter Nine"||Holly Dale||Lukas Reiter & Jonathan Shapiro||0.659||2.21||February 23, 2012
March 3, 2012 (NBC)
|U.S. Army Sergeant Leonard Debs confronts Ray and Mitch so that they can investigate his son Rashad’s murder that he believes happened three days earlier. He went to the police to file a missing person’s report, but he doesn’t have his son’s body to prove he’s dead, but he is positive that Rashad is dead; Tammy lands a new job in order to help investigate further into the Sarah Holt case; Ray tells Mitch that he plans to propose to Tammy; Abby believes the story Mitch was told concerning Martin Moxon’s life was a cover-up, so she befriends Moxon’s wife, Danielle Moxon.|
|10||"Chapter Ten"||David Frazee||Ben Lee & Alyson Feltes||0.393||3.46||March 10, 2012|
|Mitch must defend a woman who is accused of kidnapping Tyler Kent, the son of a man who is confused when to determine who is the mother; Abby suspects that one her students, Kyle, is being abused by his parents. She believes that if she does not speak soon enough, then she could lose her job, until Kyle comes to her with persuasion from Claire, and Kyle tells her something even more shocking!; Joey Morolto Junior's family thinks that he should have already killed Mitch for putting his father in prison, so one of their own goes after him, pushing him to set matters straight; Tammy discovers what the list of numbers that Moxon left behind meant—a list of numbers consisting of the patient numbers who died—one of them being Margaret Whitaker!|
|11||"Chapter Eleven"||Helen Shaver||David Feige||N/A||2.83||March 24, 2012|
|Mitch represents a death-row inmate who wants to help the family he wronged in an unusual way—by donating his heart—which causes problems in the case; Tammy inherits a house from a deceased aunt, which Ray immediately assumes that they were going to sell it and keep Ray’s apartment; Developments in the Sarah Holt case unfold as Tammy and Abby try to contact the patient's families from the list that Martin Moxon gave to Mitch; Ray discovers that Sarah Holt was in the military after getting a confirmation from her ex-husband; Mitch is stuck in a hostage situation; Ray reveals to Tammy his cancelled plans for marriage; Mitch and the others learn that Kevin Stack is connected to Sarah Holt through the military!|
|12||"Chapter Twelve"||Kelly Makin||Lukas Reiter & Jamie Gorenberg||N/A||2.23||March 31, 2012|
|Spanning over a two week time period, Mitch, Abby, Tammy, and Ray work hard to get to the bottom of the Sarah Holt case and what they discover is more than just Margaret Whitaker’s murder—it’s a group of hired serial killers all hired by a mysterious leader; Mitch must defend a man accused with burglary and attempted murder when his DNA are on the weapon and he claims he wasn’t even at the scene; Abby talks to Martin’s wife and discovers a secret safe deposit box with half a million dollars and files upon files of deceased patients; Tammy hires a hacker to recover the files on Sarah Holt’s laptop; Ray spies on the two men that chased Mitch when Moxin died; Mitch finds the bug in his briefcase, handled by Kevin Stack; Sarah Holt turns up dead as Mitch discovers Kevin Stack heard their private conversation in prison; Andrew discovers Kevin Stack’s next move to kill Mitch, and Andrew warns Mitch to leave his house; Mitch and his family along with Tammy and Ray and escape Kevin Stack’s people; Andrew sets Mitch to meet him at the first place they met.|
|13||"Chapter Thirteen"||Helen Shaver||Peter Noah||N/A||1.99||April 14, 2012|
|Mitch, Ray, and Tammy meet up with Andrew, at the place Mitch and Andrew first met. At first, they don't trust him, but eventually, he is trusted. In the process, Abby and Claire are taken in with Witness Protection and brought to safety; Mitch, Ray, and Tammy work with a friend to try and convince the authorities of the conspiracy that's going on revolving around Kevin Stack. They attempt to steal a hard drive in Kinross & Clark with the help from Andrew. The hard drive is supposed to have evidence that can prove the conspiracy true, and Andrew must go at great lengths to help them steal the code to access the hard drive; Andrew tricks Kevin Stack into a phone call with Alex and gets peanut oil all over the phone—a substance Kevin Stack is allergic to. Kevin Stack has an allergic breakdown and Andrew tries to get the code before he wakes up—and before Andrew could lose his life; In the end, the gang manage to get the hard drive, but Andrew is caught, Claire is in danger, and Abby is being kidnapped by one of Kevin Stack's people in an attempt to exchange Abby for the hard drive!|
|14||"Chapter Fourteen"||Lynne Stopkewich||Lukas Reiter & Jonathan Shapiro||0.406||1.74||April 21, 2012|
|Shaken by the fact that Abby has been kidnapped by Kevin Stack's men, Mitch begrudgingly makes a deal with him to trade key evidence in the Kevin Stack case to keep her safe. Mitch is all hands on deck when it comes to handing over the hard drive to Kevin Stack but Ray fools him during a switch and instead brings a decoy. A change in plans go way too far, when the FBI find Mitch and Ray with the hard drive. Little does Mitch know, it's a fake. Now, Ray and Mitch are in prison and while Abby is still abducted, a lawyer that Mitch previously begged to look into the case in which a conspiracy revolving around Kevin Stack involves mass murder and unexplained events. Now suspicious, this lawyer that Mitch sought help from discovers about the hard drive which she believes is concrete evidence in what Mitch was talking about. But Mitch can't say a thing—or Abby will take the fall. Alex eventually decides to be Mitch and Ray's lawyer and the FBI eventually discover the hard drive blank; In the process of everything, Claire is traumatized and worried as Abby faces torture before her death; In the end, Mitch and Ray are about to make the switch with Stack but Abby has already escaped.|
|15||"Chapter Fifteen"||Peter Wellington||Lukas Reiter||0.358||2.01||April 28, 2012|
|In the process of starting to make the switch, the hard drive for Abby's life, Mitch came to realization that Kevin Stack had not brought Abby. Fleeing from the setup, Mitch believes now that Abby is dead. Still in possession of the hard drive, Mitch gets a call from Louis, who tells him that Abby has been found! Mitch, Tammy, Ray, and Claire rush to her and find her sleeping. Mitch is the first one to see her awake. She is extremely traumatized from the experience of watching Stack call the order of Andrew’s death, being treated as if she was drowning, and fearing for her life. With high levels of anxiety, Abby decides to wait until telling Mitch anything. Later in a conversation with Tammy, Abby reveals that it’s better not telling Mitch about it because Abby says that Mitch finds these problems and won’t let go of them, (and putting their family in danger), so Abby keeps quiet. In the meantime, the feds arrest Kevin Stack, and later, Alex is off the hook with no evidence linking to her, and then Kevin threatens Alex that if he goes down in prison, so will Alex. So Alex represents him in court and is powerful enough to release Kevin from a prison sentence. As one case closes, Louis tells Abby that she was a witness when Kevin Stack called the order for Andrew’s death, and so Louis starts up another case as Mitch uncovers this. He hugs Abby as she doesn’t look so happy....|
|16||"Chapter Sixteen"||Lee Rose||Lukas Reiter||0.445||2.19||May 5, 2012
May 12, 2012 (NBC)
|When Abby takes the stand in the government’s case against Kevin Stack, her testimony becomes the only thing that can keep him behind bars. Determined to make sure Stack doesn't evade justice, Mitch learns all the details of his master plan. After a probable cause hearing for the murder of Andrew Palmer, in which it is ruled that probable cause does indeed exist, Kevin Stack escapes from a holding cell by impersonating a guard. While walking outside, Mitch notices something is not right about the guard and calls after Stack, who takes him hostage. Stack explains his reasoning for planning the Noble Conspiracy: terminal care patients sapped Noble's finances, driving co-pays up for such necessaries as pre-natal care, forcing indigent mothers to go without, leading to a higher pre-natal death rate. Broken men from the U.S. Army Medical Corps—Stack's own unit—found a reason to live again. Stack was willing to sacrifice the one to save the hundred in his mission to save money for Noble. When a soldier requests permission to kill Mitch, Stack refuses, re-iterating that he, and his unit, only kills to save. As the police storm the hangar where Mitch is held hostage, Kevin Stack commits suicide.|
|17||"Chapter Seventeen"||David Straiton||Alyson Feltes & Ben Lee||0.326||2.46||May 12, 2012
May 26, 2012 (NBC)
|Mitch takes Abby and Claire to the train station to where Abby and Claire leave to Kentucky to visit Abby's parents; While exiting the train station, Mitch finds an innocent young girl named Jenny Lefleur, being charged with solicitation so he takes the case and agrees to be her lawyer. Little does he know that she holds a dangerous secret; Ray asks Tammy to marry him and she accepts. Tammy later finds that her ex-husband Elvis, never signed the divorce papers so she tells Ray that she must fix things and get Elvis' signature while Ray discovers that the ring he got from his friend in prison is having some trouble keeping his theft a secret, so Ray tells Tammy he needs it back for a better proposal!; Alex is fired from her position at Kinross & Clark thanks to a piece of evidence from Mitch McDeere proving of her involvement with Kevin Stack; Abby's mother suspects that Abby is having trouble in her marriage, so Abby stands for herself claiming that's false. In the process, it is revealed that Abby has been taking drugs for the past 10 years in Witness Protection and still presently. At the end of the episode, Mitch calls Abby as Abby doesn't answer.|
|18||"Chapter Eighteen"||Holly Dale||Lukas Reiter & Jamie Gorenberg||N/A||2.21||May 19, 2012
May 26, 2012 (NBC)
|Mitch defends a neurotic, reclusive novelist Henry Kettle, who’s charged with murdering his sister Margaret; Back in Kentucky, Maxine invites Abby and Claire to go to the dance at the community center and they accept the invitation. Abby meets Benjamin Wilson, Abby’s mother’s therapist. Abby stands her ground in staying away from Ben knowing that he has a thing for her, but slowly, and eventually lets go and her and Ben end up kissing. Mitch doesn’t know a thing, and this has made things worse for the communication flow between Mitch and Abby; Mitch finally wins and gets Henry free of charge because they caught the real killer. At the end of the episode, Mitch is about to leave the office when someone comes in. He assumes it is going to be Ray, but it’s Joey Morolto. Expecting Joey wants revenge for the prison sentence of his father, Mitch is surprised to find that instead of Joey killing Mitch, Joey wants to hire him.|
|19||"Chapter Nineteen"||David Straiton||Lukas Reiter & Peter Noah & Jonathan Shapiro||N/A||2.20||May 26, 2012
June 23, 2012 (NBC)
|Joey Morolto gives Mitch an offer he can't refuse – if Mitch defends his best friend from a murder charge, the McDeeres and the Moroltos will be square; As Abby tries to save her mother's charity from a crooked accountant, she makes an unexpected realization about herself.|
|20||"Chapter Twenty"||Lynne Stopkewich||Lukas Reiter & Jamie Gorenberg & Vincent Angell||0.317||2.56||June 9, 2012
June 30, 2012 (NBC)
|A young lady accuses Patrick Walker of rape, and Mitch must defend him against these charges. Eventually, he learns that the accusation was all part of Joey's ploy to remove the district prosecutor from the case. Mitch saves Joey's life after one of Joey's hunchos goes rogue and hires someone to shoot Joey.|
|21||"Chapter Twenty-One"||Holly Dale||Peter Noah & Andrew Matisziw & Katie Swain||0.349||2.24||June 16, 2012
July 7, 2012 (NBC)
|Mitch starts choosing the jury for Patrick Walker's case. Joey, scared of being exposed as the leader of the mob, refuses to take the stand to assist his friend's defense that he was framed for the murder by Joey's consigliere. A flash-forward two days into the future gives clues on who killed the woman that Walker is accused of killing.|
|22||"Chapter Twenty-Two"||Helen Shaver||Lukas Reiter||0.285||1.72||June 30, 2012
July 14, 2012 (NBC)
|Tammy and Ray's wedding is cut short when Mitch is kidnapped by a member of Russian mob, the one whom Mitch suspects of having killed Charlotte. The mobster does not kill Mitch; he only intends to scare him -- by pushing him off a cliff and into the water below. Meanwhile, the Russian mob have plans to kill a top American diplomat; the mobster who pushed Mitch off the cliff is actually an informant for the FBI. What's more, the FBI is willing to allow Walker to take the fall for Charlotte's death in order to protect their source. Meanwhile, Mitch makes progress in the courtroom. He interrogates the detective who allowed Walker to smoke during his interrogation, accusing him of using Walker's DNA to frame Walker for Charlotte's murder. In McDeere's living room, Mitch's US marshall friend tells him about the FBI's plans with the Russian mob ... the McDeeres will have to go against the Russians and the FBI to win their case. The camera transitions from the McDeere's living room to Joey sitting at a table drinking then to Mitch 6 weeks later fleeing a building with a briefcase.|
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