Friday, March 27, 2020

STAY HOME AND WATCH CHRIS EVANS AS HIS LIFE CRUMBLES IN DEFENDING JACOB APPLE TV MINI SERIES

     'DEFENDING JACOB' TRAILER
FOR NEW CHRIS EVANS SERIES
Today's suggestion on what to watch during the corona lockdown is a new Apple TV series with Chris Evans DEFENDING JACOB which will air first three episodes Friday, April 24, and then the rest of the episodes every
The series starts April 24th on Apple
week on Fridays. The series is based on William Landay’s best selling novel. Jaeden Martell plays the son of Chris Evans' character in the eight part series while Michelle Dockery plays his wife. 

Defending Jacob Mini Series
 unfolds around a shocking crime that rocks a small Massachusetts town, and follows Andy, an assistant district attorney who finds himself torn between his sworn duty to uphold justice and his unconditional love for his 14 year old son who is suddenly accused of murder of a fellow student.  But as damning facts and
Defending Jacob will be an eight episode mini TV series
shocking revelations surface, as a marriage threatens to crumble and the trial intensifies, as the crisis reveals how little a father knows about his son, Andy will face a trial of his own - between loyalty and justice, between truth and allegation, between a past he's tried to bury and a future he cannot conceive.

18 comments:

  1. Looks good Dez, I don't have Apple TV though 80(

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    1. There are always torrents, Ray :) Not that you missing much, their See epic saga was terrible.

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  2. It looks good, DAMN good. And yay, I have a one-year free subscription to Apple TV because I bought their new iPhone. I'm going to cancel the subscription once the year is up, but in the meantime I'll watch this next month!

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  3. Sounds good but no apple tv here either *sigh*

    Meanwhile, I am enjoying Picard :)

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    1. I'm on the fence with Picard, it's not bad nor unwatchable, but I don't find it amazing either, at times even boring, I think my problem is that I prefer episodic stories in my Star Trek and I don't find any of the characters in Picard likeable, even Patrick Stewart is a tad bit too old fashioned in his portrayal of the role, and does not seem dependable or capable in it, more lost and decrepit. I did like the Troy/Riker episode and Seven of Nine too. Doctor, Rafi and the pilot just annoy me most of the time :)

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  4. I received a 1 year Apple subscription too once Jason upgraded his phone. I suppose I'll have to activate it now to watch this!

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    1. You have other things to watch there too :)

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    2. At least I hope so. I hated their SEE series, not watching the second season.

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    3. I signed up and it all looks like shit. I thought we'd be able to check out movies like Netflix and Amazon and Hulu, but it's just a bunch of their stupid series. I'll probably end up canceling way before my year is up. Allison and I were highly disappointed in the selection we saw there this weekend.

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    4. They don't air old stuff, methinks, just what they made and produced last year. They might have something new and good, time will tell, but I'm not optimistic after watching SEE which was painful as a rotten nail in the foot. And that sitcom about Emily Dickinson is too feminist for me.

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  5. Ooh this looks like one serious series to watch out for. Too bad, we don't have Apple TV.

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  6. Who can admit they will watch it for Chris Evans? ;)

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    1. I'd watch paint dry if it was painted on him :)

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  7. This one looks reeallyyy good and I like how they space out the episodes. Plus, Chris Evans is in it :)

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    1. That is how Apple does most of its series, they hook you up with two or three and then give you the rest spoon by spoon.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)