“Your Honor” with Bryan Cranston on Sky today

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Walter White as judge: Bryan Cranston, known from “Breaking Bad”, plays the leading role in the new miniseries “Your Honor” – from Monday on Sky Atlantic.

From this Monday, January 18, Sky will be showing the Showtime miniseries “Your Honor” with a Golden Globe winner Bryan Cranston (“Breaking Bad”). The Oscar-nominated actor not only played the main role, but also produced the series himself. This in turn is based on the Israeli series “Kvodo”.

In the thriller series, Cranston plays the respected New Orleans judge Michael Desiato, whose teenage son Adam (Hunter Doohan) is involved in an accident and hits a hit. As a result, Desiato is suddenly caught in a web of lies, fraud and impossible decisions.

On the other side is SAG Award winner Michael Stuhlbarg (“Call Me By Your Name”), who plays Jimmy Baxter, the feared head of a criminal family. The Golden Globe nominated Hope Davis (“For the People”) stands by him as his unscrupulous wife Gina.

Top-class “Your Honor” cast

Carmen Ejogo (“Selma”), Isiah Whitlock Jr. (“The Wire”), and Sofia Black-D’Elia (“The Night Of”) also play in other roles. In addition, Maura Tierney (Golden Globe for “The Affair”) has a guest appearance as Fiona McKee. A prosecutor handling an important case in Desiato’s court. The cast also includes Amy Landecker (“Transparent”), Margo Martindale (“The Americans”), Lamar Johnson (“The Hate You Give”) and Blair Underwood (“Dear White People”).

“Your Honor” was produced by CBS Studios in collaboration with KingSize Productions. In addition, the makers of “Kvodo” and Bryan Cranston acted as executive producers.

Starting today, “Your Honor” can be seen in German or in the original version every Monday at 8:15 pm on Sky Atlantic. At the same time, you can watch the series Sky Ticket as well as over Sky Q recall. A new episode appears every week.


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