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'The Firm' Preview: Mitch McDeere Is In Danger, Again (VIDEOS)

by Chris Harnick, posted Nov 28th 2011 4:15PM
The Firm NBCAttention 'Battlestar Galactica' fans: Tricia Helfer is back on TV and playing one heck of an imposing character once again. Helfer co-stars opposite Josh Lucas in NBC's midseason series 'The Firm.'

Based on the popular John Grisham novel and feature film, 'The Firm' picks up 10 years after the events of the film and stars Lucas as Mitchell McDeere. Helfer plays Alex Clark, the senior partner at Kinross & Clark, the firm Mitch McDeere joins as a partner. Juilette Lewis, Molly Parker and Callum Keith Rennie also star.

'The Firm' premieres Sun., Jan. 8 at 9PM ET before moving to its regular timeslot, Thursdays at 10PM ET on Jan. 12.

Check out two sneak peek promo videos below.

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'The Firm': The Creepiest TV Cast of All Time?

by Stephanie Earp, posted Aug 2nd 2011 4:00PM
After years in development hell, a television version of hit film and novel 'The Firm' is slated for a 2012 mid-season debut on NBC in the U.S. and Global in Canada. It's been 20 years since the book topped best-seller lists and 18 since the film added to the oeuvre of films that feature Tom Cruise running. It's hard to say if this time-lapse will be a boon to the show (at least it doesn't feel too soon, like a certain 'Spiderman' reboot) or a deficit -- does anyone care what the McDeere family is up to ten years later?

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Maybe they will when they see who's in the cast for the small screen version -- it's a collection of some of the brightest, smartest and creepiest actors working. And I mean that in the most complimentary way. With Josh Lucas as Mitch, Molly Parker as his wife Abby, Callum Keith Rennie as brother Ray and Juliette Lewis as assistant Tammy, we viewers will never be able to trust a single one of them.

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Possible Side Effects for Josh Lucas

by Jane Boursaw, posted Jul 30th 2008 12:05PM
Josh Lucas Tapped for Possible Side EffectsJosh Lucas has been working in the film and TV industry since 1990, but he first came into my line of vision with 2002's Sweet Home Alabama, where he traded barbs with Reese Witherspoon. He shot to the top of my list with 2006's Glory Road, a great film in which he played Don Haskins, the Texas coach who shepherded an all-black team to the NCAA championship.

Now I'll get to see more of Lucas, because he's been tapped to star in Possible Side Effects, a Showtime drama pilot written and directed by Tim Robbins.

The show centers on the Hunts, a dysfunctional family running a pharmaceutical company enmeshed in controversy. Lucas will play Max Hunt, who tries to keep the family and business together as the drug industry falls under more and more scrutiny.

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