For those of you who were fans of the short-lived CBS series Doubt, you’re in luck, because you will soon be able to watch the entire first season.
Starring Katherine Heigl, the CBS drama first premiered in February, but only lasted two episodes before being pulled by the network. Now, CBS has decided to air the first season in its entirety, so mark your calendars and get ready for drama, lawyers and more Heigl!
Doubt’s executive producer Tony Phela revealed the news on Twitter on Monday (June 21), writing, “CBS just announced that the remaining episodes of DOUBT will air at 8pm starting 7/1. Set your DVR’s NOW!”
That’s right Doubt fans, if you think Heigl and her costars, which included Laverne Cox, Dule Hill, Elliot Gould, Kobi Libii and more, were robbed of a fair chance when the show first premiered then this revival news should be very exciting.
Beginning on July 1st, you can transport yourself back into the world of Heigl’s character Sadie Ellis, who is a lawyer and “warrior for justice” with a big secret.
Even though you will be able to watch the first season in its entirety, don’t get too attached, however, because it doesn’t mean there is any real chance for a second season. Still, it’s summer, and given how few new series debut in the season, we’re more than excited to be getting fresh of episodes of the CBS drama.
(H/T TV Guide)
Doubt will air Saturdays at 8 p.m. on CBS beginning July 1, 2017.