For the People Season 1

Release Date, Episode Guide

For the People season 1 started airing on Tuesday, March 13, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S1E1 Pilot

S1E2 Rahowa

S1E3 18 Miles Outside of Roanoke

S1E4 The Library Fountain

S1E5 World's Greatest Judge

S1E6 Everybody's a Superhero

S1E7 Have You Met Leonard Knox?

S1E8 Flippity-Flop

S1E9 Extraordinary Circumstances

most recent episode S1E10 This is What I Wanted to Say

How many episodes are in season 1 of For the People?

The season consists of 10 episodes.


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Set in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, aka "The Mother Court", For the People follows brand-new lawyers working for both the defense and the prosecution handling the most high-profile and high-stakes federal cases in the country - all as their lives intersect in and out of the courtroom.

Critics Reviews

    From Shondaland, which are two words that should be all the indication you need to determine whether or not you’ll tune in weekly, For the People focuses on the lives and careers of lawyers representing both the prosecution and the defense in the Southern District Court of New York. <...> - according to ATVandCity [Chris Flanagan]

    Guiding our protagonists through the tricky maze of How the World Really Works are a trio of veteran law officers: patient ­federal public defender Jill Carlan (Hope Davis); clerk of court Tina Krissman (Anna Deavere Smith), a woman who specializes in hard stares and tough love; and U.S. ­attorney’s office chief <...> - via Entertainment Weekly [Kristen Baldwin]

    Families can talk about the difference between federal and state courts. Federal courts are established by the U.S. Constitution to hear disputes involving the Constitution and congressional laws. Are there other differences between the two systems? <...> - via Common Sense Media [Melissa Camacho]

    It was horrifying to learn that the kid was being baited by three FBI officers. The moment Sandra rocked up in the courtroom and laid eyes on the increased security, I knew she was in for a tough time of it.  She now knows more than anything that the justice system is flawed, and it's down to her to help her <...> - per TV Fanatic [Paul Dailly]

    But “For the People” can at times be preachy. It’s as if Aaron Sorkin sneaked into the writers’ room when in fact this room is run by someone named Paul William Davies. He entered Shondaland’s powerful orbit during “Scandal,” following a career as litigator at the exalted white-shoe law firm of <...> - according to Newsday [Verne Gay]


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