Queens Supreme

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CBS (ended 2003)

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Queens Supreme

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Queens Supreme is a seriocomic drama that delves into the chaos, infighting and colorful personalities of the people behind the bench and behind the scenes at the Queens County Courthouse in New York City. Judge Jack Moran (Oliver Platt, Deadline) is a brilliant, cynical judge whose integrity and wisdom are often overshadowed by his non-conformist and occasionally bizarre courtroom behavior. Newly appointed Judge Kim Vicidomini (Annabella Sciorra, Underworld) is young, attractive and ambitious, and is quickly proving that her political connections and legal savvy are assets both in and out of the courtroom. Judge Rose Barnea (L. Scott Caldwell, Judging Amy) hardworking and brutally frank, knows that the jury is still out regarding Kim, and she's not afraid to let her know it. Judge Thomas O'Neill (Robert Loggia, Mancuso, FBI) the highest-ranking at the courthouse, tends to be the voice of reason as he works to keep his fellow judges' egos, agendas and eccentricities in check. Assisting the judges are Carmen Hui (Marcy Harriell) and Mike Powell (James Madio, USA High) the ever-helpful law clerks who are surprised by very little. The final character in the dramedy is Queens itself, the most ethnically diverse community in the United States that, to an outsider, looks like an eclectic mix of urban landscapes, strip malls and airports. Most people pass through without noticing, but then again, they don't live there. To the judges bound by neighborhoods like Ozone Park, Flushing Meadows and Utopia, their world is Supreme.moreless
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    Dramedy, Sitcoms, Legal