Marcia Clark produces ABC - Variety Law Theater

Solicitor Marcia Clark, who was the national objective of the long view, put the prosecution O.J. She has a Simpson slip, redeemed by television. Performance Sarah Paulson as Clark on a limited series Ryan Murphy FX “The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story ”showed a good well of Clark knowledge, and his humanity; the show in general made a powerful and powerful toxic abuse case which was one of the smallest aspects of the Simpson circus that had previously become too vigorous. (That was one year before the FX series, according to “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt”, after a long and vicious performance of her interpretation of Clark, who succeeded well, was seen by Tina Fey, who was like enthusiasm of the time Clark got her reputation back.

Why don't you shut down? Clark is playing television again to restore her good name – this time in a project in which she, not Murphy, is the creative driving force. As the executive producer and writer, Clark was given an opportunity, or gave her the opportunity to repeat her story. It is disappointing, therefore, that the outcome of this fruitful ground for an inquiry has caused such a negligent offer for exemption and a little more. The meaning of “The Fix,” a series in which a Los Angeles District attorney dislikes Clark, is the opportunity to try out the black superstar who left his impression the first time around, than someone he has an ax to grind but not a case.

Robin Tunney Maya Travis, who was confident, played in 2010, had a double murder charge signed by Sevvy Johnson (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje). Little wonder – when we see her in a flashback defense, she's listening to cars cars saying that “aggressive defense was to paint [him] as a victim of racism and police misconduct, ”she provided“ powerful evidence of Johnson's guilt. ”

That telegraphy may not be so essential in the show that the audience knows is based on one of the most lost centers in the justice system ever. But it does provide an objective, if it is inadvertent: In the first two episodes, “The Fix” puts a clear contempt for the perception that black defenders are prejudiced, and that such a role could play a role in some of the public taking part. Simpson's flexible way back in the 1990s.

We work with Maya in 2018, enjoying their lives, overcoming his guilt over the outcome of the trial, and spending horse riding time – but Johnson has the chance to prosecute again, when suspected of a whole new murder, too. tasty. Clark has one trust to illustrate his figure Simpson as being so unsatisfactory, to some extent: The crime scene is little like the film I named ”the only bar. He is staring into a two-way mirror, knowing that Maya stands behind him, and declaring “You will not find yours, Maya,” falls. Later, his efforts to make a bond with his family are portrayed as a consultant P.R like MR trying to win the short-cut Twitterati. It is not that this was not true of Simpson, in his own way of sitting for media of time. But we have seen this before, and reporter curiosity rather than that alone.

The protagonist “The Fix” liked the past eight years. Clark had about 21 – from the verdict in 1995 to “run” Emmy in 2016. In their respective breaks, Maya brew with contempt like the hose that went out. And Clark, Maya creator, it is also clear that. What is hurtful about “The Fix” is the angles it allows to go – it is the view that anyone seriously considering the racial component of high-profile cases is talking about themselves before they get a word out, the ways in which they find themselves. where he or she is prosecuted, he will fail both victims and defendants. Obviously, we see nothing about why, exactly, that Johnson succeeded in his first two show program: None of the misconceptions played by Maya, none of the clever animals by Team Johnson. Maya didn't know but a community didn't agree with her. Clark, a career prosecutor, is probably difficult to write for herself.

The more unbelievably understood that the Maya, wounded through the show, cannot sit in the middle of the show, the more he suffers. The series is based on a figure of Clark, and the victims are only entering the story as Maya keeps up at night and only bea Maya defender. It is powered by Clark only. And while it is a powerful rocket fuel enough to keep the wristwatch “The Fix”, it expresses no view from a figure that may be too close to the story, years later.

“The Fix.” ABC. March 18. Two episodes were screened for review.

Used: Robin Tunney, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Scott Cohen, Adam Rayner, Merrin Dungey, Breckin Meyer, Marc Blucas, Mouzam Makkar, Alex Saxon

Executive Producers: t Marcia Clark, Elizabeth Craft, Sarah Fain, Michael Katleman, Laurie Zaks, David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman

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