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Air Date: February 15th, 2017

Network: CBS

Series Summary
Attorney Sadie Ellis puts everything on the line when she falls for a client accused of murder.

Rating: TV14

Genres: Drama, Law


  • Season 1 - Episode 13 : The Return Aug 12, 2017

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    After the verdict in Billy's trial, Sadie learns he has a secret that might have impacted his case; Billy contacts the governor for a favor.

  • Season 1 - Episode 12 : Running Out of Time Aug 12, 2017

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    Sadie gives closing arguments in Billy's trial and the jury begins deliberating; Sadie learns about Carolyn's cancer diagnosis; Tiffany and Cameron defend a woman who murdered her best friend while allegedly sleepwalking.

  • Season 1 - Episode 11 : I'm in If You Are Aug 5, 2017

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    Sadie and Albert try to keep Billy from testifying in his trial; Cam struggles with forgiving Peter; Nick and Tiffany defend Nick's former prison friend.

  • Season 1 - Episode 10 : Finally Aug 5, 2017

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    Albert and Sadie deal with trust issues as they work on Billy's trial; Peter considers a run for district attorney.

  • Season 1 - Episode 9 : To See, to Tell Jul 29, 2017

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    Albert discovers the truth about Sadie and Billy's relationship and fears Sadie's judgement has been compromised; Cam and Nick defend a client accused of conspiracy to commit kidnapping; Isaiah takes a break from the firm.

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  • As a soap opera, Doubt is pretty good. It's filled with likable characters played by a nice cast and features relatively interesting cases handled by a boutique New York law firm. Show More

  • There’s a brazen quality to Doubt that is frothy enough to be silly but grounded enough to take on topical, controversial subjects. It doesn’t require too much effort to let unfold, and with such a talented, deep bench of actors, it’s usually enough to watch them bounce off of each other while flaunting their impossibly stylish accessories. Show More

  • The show is competent for what it is. (Phelan and Rater know the territory.) And the series manages to address some real issues in evenhanded ways. So while it’s not my cup of tea, I wouldn’t write Doubt off. Show More

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