Hey MMT Fam! Here’s the second giveaway for today – and this one is for various cities nationwide! NBC, in partnership with Focus Features and the motion picture event “Downton Abbey” opening on September 20, is hosting special screenings of BLUFF CITY LAW – a new drama where a father-daughter legal team comes together to take on injustice and change the world.
The synopsis: coming from a famous Memphis family known for taking on injustice, brilliant lawyer Sydney Strait (Caitlin McGree) used to work at her father Elijah’s (Jimmy Smits) celebrated law firm until their tumultuous relationship got in the way. After barely speaking to him for years, Sydney is suddenly thrust back into the family fold when her philanthropist mother passes away unexpectedly. In the wake of her loss, hoping to reconnect with the daughter he loves, Elijah asks Sydney to rejoin his firm. She agrees because despite her lingering resentment and distrust, she knows that working alongside her father is her best hope at changing the world… if they can ever get along.
The events are happening on Tuesday, September 10 in various cities – including Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Nashville, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Detroit, Memphis, Raleigh, St. Louis and Washington D.C. Click here to check your area and try your luck at an admit-two pass.
Those that attend will receive complimentary concessions and be among the first to see an exclusive sneak peek from “Downton Abbey,” the motion picture event from Focus Features, prior to the screening.
You can watch clips, the official trailer and get additional info about the show at the official website here.
BLUFF CITY LAW premieres on NBC on Monday, September 23, 2019 at 10pm after THE VOICE.
Good luck family! Thomasena
BLUFF CITY LAW
Jimmy Smits as Elijah Strait (“LA Law, West Wing”)
Caitlin McGree as Sydney Strait (“Grey’s Anatomy”)
MaameYaa Boafo as Briana Johnson (“Thru 25”)
Barry Sloane as Jake Reilly (“Revenge”)
Michael Luwoye as Anthony Little (“The Gifted”)
Stony Blyden as Emerson (“Hunter Street”)