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L.A. Law (1986-1994) took the world by storm. Awarded with 15 Emmys, the series is back for a reboot starring Blair Underwood and now involving Corbin Bernsen.


Corbin Bernsen Spills the Tea

Coorbin Bernsen connected with our Sonia Isabelle and confirmed the reboot. In addition, Bernsen revealed for the first time,

"I'm involved to some degree."

The extent of Bernsen's involvement is still up in the air, but Bernsen stated he believes a return of his character in today's time would be "pretty powerful."

The Reboot is in the Works

Actor Blair Underwood confirmed the series reboot as well as his starring role. The legal drama once followed the lawyers of the McKenzie Brackman law firm as they dealt with the most high-profile and scandalous cases of Los Angeles.

Now, a new generation of lawyers will be introduced to the firm, challenging the more conservative ways of Underwood's character Rollins during the modern day. There are rumored guest appearances of original L.A. Law characters for the reboot as well.

The Creators Behind the New Series

Emmy nominated director Anthony Hemingway will be directing and executive producing the reboot. Hemingway recently directed the Aretha Franklin focused episodes of Genius (2017-) on National Geographic.

The series is written and co-executive produced by Arrow (2012-2020) and DC's Legends of Tomorrow's (2016-) Marc Guggenheim and Ubah Mohamed.

The L.A. Law reboot is currently in the works at ABC with no official release date as of now.

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