When Dublin-based attorney Tara Rafferty (Amy Huberman, The Clinic) learns that her lawyer fiancé is cheating on her, she leaves him and their prestigious law firm on the same day. Striking out on her own, she takes a series of cases that often pit her against her former colleagues. Fans of The Good Wife will appreciate this Irish hit, which was expanded to six parts for its second season. With Emmet Byrne (Red Rock), Fiona O'Shaughnessy (Utopia), and Neil Morrissey (Line of Duty). 6 episodes, 5 hrs, 2 DVDs, SDH. Mature content.
Following Meg's betrayal, Tara's team has been evicted from the cafe and Ray is in jail. Tara is convinced that Eric's father is behind it all. While working to free Ray, Tara also picks up an immigration case defending a woman scheduled to be deported in a few days' time.
Tara is approached by a father who claims his child's mother should not have custody because she lives in a commune. Vincent lashes out at Tara about the corruption inquiry, and Ray starts his own investigation.
Tara helps an ex-nun suing her order for breach of contract, but the case pits Tara against Eric and the woman he cheated with. Vincent's new witness gives evidence that helps his inquiry, causing anxiety at Dunbar & Calloway.
Tara becomes closer with Eric's brother, Sam, while her office mate, George, defends a family known to be involved in crime, but the case is complicated when Tara accidentally finds damning evidence.
After their fight, Tara and Eric are on opposing sides for difficult repeat clients, when the woman Eric previously represented now wants a divorce from her bigamist husband.
Eric becomes suspicious about the sudden changes at Dunbar & Calloway, including Sam's new job. As Tara and Sam's relationship grows more serious, Tara finally learns the truth about her father.
Behind-the-scenes featurette: Go behind the scenes with cast and crew to find out about what's new in Series 2, filming in Dublin, the actors' costumes, and more. (19 min.)
Cast panel discussion at the Television Critics Association event: Actress Amy Huberman (Tara) and actor Neil Morrissey (Vincent) talk about becoming their characters, learning legal jargon, working in Dublin, and more. (15 min.)
Run Time: 326 minutes
Number of discs: 2
Foreign Language Subtitles: No
Color or B&W: Color
Region Code: 1
Aspect Ratio: 16x9
Audio Format: Stereo
Content disclaimer: Contains coarse language, sexual situations, and nudity
Amy Huberman (The Clinic, Cold Feet), Neil Morrissey (Line of Duty), Rory Keenan (War & Peace), Emmet Byrne (Burning Wishes), Fiona O'Shaughnessy (Utopia), Maria Doyle Kennedy (Orphan Black, The Tudors)
"A legal Grey's Anatomy…winningly winsome" — Matt Roush, TV Insider
"A roaring success" — Independent (Ireland)
"Glossy legal dramedy…well-acted…appealing" — The New York Times
"Stellar cast and writing" — Inquisitr.com