“All Rise” has received the cancellation notice from OWN. The final ten episodes of the courtroom drama will commence airing on September 16th.
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This courtroom drama initially premiered in 2019 on CBS, where it ran for two seasons before facing cancellation. Subsequently, OWN acquired the series for a third season, consisting of 20 episodes, with the first half airing in 2022.
Tina Perry, the President of OWN, expressed, “We are immensely proud of the positive influence ‘All Rise’ has had in showcasing strong, accomplished Black female characters. We extend our gratitude to all of our creative collaborators and want to express our thanks to the talented cast and crew for their unwavering dedication and remarkable contributions to the series.”
“All Rise” delves into the lives of judges, prosecutors, and public defenders as they collaborate with bailiffs, clerks, and law enforcement to seek justice within a flawed legal system, all while serving the people of Los Angeles. The ensemble includes newly appointed Judge Lola Carmichael (portrayed by Missick), a respected former deputy district attorney who strives to expand the limits and question conventional notions of what a judge should be. The latter half of Season 3 resumes immediately after the tumultuous Smash and Grab case, which plunged the courthouse into turmoil and placed numerous lives in jeopardy.
In addition to Missick, the ensemble cast features Wilson Bethel, Jessica Camacho, J. Alex Brinson, Ruthie Ann Miles, Lindsay Mendez, Lindsey Gort, and Marg Helgenberger. Recurring stars Samantha Marie Ware, Paul McCrane, Suzanne Cryer, Roger Guenveur Smith, Christian Keyes, and Ian Anthony Dale also contribute to the series.
The production of the show is handled by Warner Bros. Television.