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Garrow's law is a British period drama that focuses on the legal career of the 18th century barrister William Garrow. The series is notable for taking each of its episodes' cases from one of the many case logs handled by William Garrow. Garrow's Law lasted for three seasons of four 60-minute-long episodes apiece.

Garrow's Law is a Drama series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (12 episodes). The series first aired on November 1, 2009. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.3.

Garrow's Law is available for streaming on the Acorn Media website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Garrow's Law on demand at Amazon, Google Play, Hoopla, iTunes online.

Acorn Media
3 Seasons, 12 Episodes
November 1, 2009
Cast: Sean Biggerstaff, Martin Savage, Andrew Buchan, Alun Armstrong, Lyndsey Marshal
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Garrow's Law Full Episode Guide

  • Garrow is alone and grieving. Lady Sarah has left him, and he can no longer turn to Southouse for counsel. Persuaded by Southouse's nephew George to defend a man falsely accused of murder, Garrow discovers a cover-up and puts himself in grave danger.

  • When the governor of Trinidad is accused of a brutal crime, Garrow sees a chance to expose the whole colonial system. But his nemesis, Lord Melville, has a proposition: if Garrow will limit his prosecution, Melville will help Lady Sarah gain custody of her son.

  • Garrow defends two Spitalfield silk weavers accused of destroying looms, an act of industrial sabotage. When one testifies against the other, the case becomes more complicated. Lady Sarah confronts Sir Arthur, and Southouse takes ill.

  • Garrow is perplexed by his latest client, a man who shot at King George III and missed. Is he a madman or an assassin? Garrow's defense threatens both the state and the king, who has his own mental health problems. Meanwhile, Lady Sarah pines for her son.

  • Garrow scandalizes fashionable London when he's charged with adultery. Still, he looks for comfort from Lady Sarah after losing a case in which a young boy is hanged. Southouse uncovers a secret that could compromise Sir Arthur, but a crucial witness refuses to testify.

  • The Royal Hospital at Greenwich has a duty to care for disabled sailors. Instead, men are starved, mistreated, and left to die. When a man speaks out against the abuse, he is prosecuted for malicious libel--and Garrow is charged with defending him.