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L.A. Law. The jury is back: Reopen the case, watch Season One. A new (Susan) Dey

Remember back when, when L.A. Law was the best show on TV, the one you could not miss, the one created by award-winning writers/producers Steven Bochco and Terry Louise Fisher, the critically acclaimed television series that held court in primetime during the course of its eight-season run on network television from 1986 through 1994? Winner of 15 Emmy, four Golden Globes and numerous honors and accolades, L.A. Law takes viewers inside the inner sanctum of a fictional Los Angeles law firm of McKenzie, Brackman, Chaney & Kuzak. There, a team of ambitious and competitive attorneys must face the conflicts between their personal desires, their obligations as lawyers, and their principles as human beings. A portrayal of the law and its litigators that was both realistic and irreverent, L.A. LAW captivated millions of viewers with its hardboiled drama, rich characters, wry wit and tackled emerging social issues of the time.

Die-hard fans know who is who from the original publicity photos.
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Season One of L.A. Law boasts an all-star ensemble cast including Harry Hamlin, Susan Dey ( a return since Laurie from The Partridge Family), Corbin Bernsen, Jill Eikenberry, Alan Rachins, Michele Greene, Blair Underwood, Larry Drake, Richard Dysart, Jimmy Smits, Michael Tucker (Jill's real-life hubby) and Susan Ruttan.
Finally, marking 28 years after its initial premiere on network television, Shout! Factory will release L.A. Law: Season One on February 25. Season One of the series is available for the first time ever in this 6-DVD set containing all 22 acclaimed episodes, and bonus features including interviews with Bochco and the cast, including Smits, Mr. and Mrs. Tucker and Susan Ruttan.
We love sharing some insight: When Redbook photographed Dey for the cover, she revealed how HOLLYWOOD ALMOST KILLED ME! She was so anorexic that she only ate carrots, and yep, she finger tips turned orange!

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