I've always been a fan of Victor Garber. From Godspell, to Titanic to Fraiser to Alias, the list goes on. His talent can go without saying just by looking at the extensive and eclectic range of characters he has portrayed.
Ron Trott is no exception.
However, as good as Garber is in the role, ample credit must be given to his co-stars, directors, producers and writers for breathing new life into the waning crime drama genre.
The pilot, involving a man accused of murdering his wife and dumping her body into a pool, was fastpaced, yet not overwhelming as they crammed an entire crime, trial and verdict into 40 minutes.
At the show's close every week, is the truth. What actually happened to the victim. This was the one disappointment to me. The entire show is based on the defense spinning the events to fit their story but there was no spin. What TNT&G claimed to have happened, was what actually happened.
No twists there. Maybe next time.