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Just finished watching the series premiere of USA’s original series Fairly Legal and, I have to say, I was very impressed.  It’s a unique take on what has lately become an otherwise stale genre filled with endless Law & Order spin-offs.  Sarah Shahi (who I remember fondly from her recurring stint as Bradley Cooper’s girlfriend during season 1 of Alias) proves a charismatic lead with a smile that makes me weak in the knees.  As Kate Reed, she continues to live up to USA’s tagline “Characters Welcome” and establishes the spunky role as one right at home with the network’s numerous colorful characters.

Just finished watching the series premiere of USA’s original series Fairly Legal and, I have to say, I was very impressed.  It’s a unique take on what has lately become an otherwise stale genre filled with endless Law & Order spin-offs.  Sarah Shahi (who I remember fondly from her recurring stint as Bradley Cooper’s girlfriend during season 1 of Alias) proves a charismatic lead with a smile that makes me weak in the knees.  As Kate Reed, she continues to live up to USA’s tagline “Characters Welcome” and establishes the spunky role as one right at home with the network’s numerous colorful characters.