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Team ‘All Rise’ celebrates legal drama when canceled at CBS – Deadline

The Fashionable Crew of Judges, CBS Lawyers All stand up will not be returning for a third season. After CBS revealed on Saturday that it had canceled the legal drama on Simone Missick after two seasons, co-showrunner Dee Harris-Lawrence, writer Lucy Luna, cast members Marg Helgenberger and Lindsey Gort celebrated their stint. in the series on social media.

“My admiration, love and respect for this cast, team and hard-working @AllRiseCBS writers this season,” Harris-Lawrence tweeted. “Determined to tell impt, hard-hitting stories through a pandemic, with a diverse cast, led by a judge Blk Female.” The first on CBS. “

Created by Gregg Spottiswood, All stand up has followed the chaotic, hopeful and at times absurd life of its judges, prosecutors and public defenders, as they work with bailiffs, clerks and cops to achieve justice for the people of Los Angeles in a process faulty judicial system. Among them is newly appointed judge Lola Carmichael (Missick), a much-loved and impressive assistant prosecutor who has no intention of sitting on the bench in her new role, but instead leans in, immediately pushing boundaries and challenging expectations of what a judge can be.

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The series, which caused a stir with its all-virtual season 1 finale amid the Covid-19 outbreak, took on the coronavirus pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement in its second season.

Helgenberger, who appears as Lisa Benner, also reflected on the show’s cancellation.

“I’m going to miss playing with this amazing group of people, as well as the whole @AllRiseCBS company,” Helgenberger tweeted. “I am proud to have been part of the storytelling that shed light on injustices within the justice system and police services.”

On Saturday Lindsey Gort, who played Amy Quinn, shared a statement on Twitter in which she thanked CBS and Warner Bros. All stand up the team the opportunity to tell stories about “BLM and the Corrupt Police”. While acknowledging that “sometimes there’s a bigger picture than ratings,” she encouraged viewers to tune into the latest episodes of the series, with the finale airing on Monday, May 24th.

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