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Bryan Cranston in Showtime’s ’Your Honor’: Judge for yourself how it stacks up to ‘Breaking Bad’



Can this Tangled web of political and criminal drama entrance for 10 episodes? 

Emmy award winner, Bryan Cranston, most popularly known as his character Walter White in the television series “Breaking Bad” is back for a new series. 

The upcoming dramatic crime limited series will be on the premium channel Showtime.  The miniseries “Your Honor” premiers Sunday, Dec 6 at 10/9 c.  Users that subscribe to Showtime via Amazon Prime video can also watch from there. 

The premise of the show as provided by Showtime, is about  Michael Desiato, a New Orleans judge played by Cranston, who is forced to confront his own deepest convictions when his son Hunter played by Hunter Doohan is involved in a hit and run that involved an organized crime family.

 As a storm of vengeance, lies and deceit threatens his whole world, Michael faces a series of increasingly impossible choices.  The show posits the moral dilemma, and uncovers just how far an honest man and father will go to save his son’s life. 

“It’s never clean, and that’s what makes good drama,” Cranston says. “It’s a very exciting and compelling spiral of events played out in 10 episodes.”

The miniseries has already started to trickle out reviews, some of which have said that it is bad, however most are comparing apples to oranges to his extraordinary work playing a high school chemistry teacher turned drug lord. Check out this weekend and see for yourself. 

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