Articles for Common Law Season 1

For those of you who are eagerly awaiting the winter premieres of programming on USA, you are in luck. The network has just announced premiere dates for three of their shows. The returning programs White Collar and Royal Pains, as well as the new series, Common Law, will all be on our televisions in January. Read more »
Ever heard of couples counseling for cops? You‘ve probably seen it on Bones with Booth and Brennan but USA Network is doing a different spin on couples therapy with its new series Common Law. The hour-long show features Michael Ealy and Warren Kole as two police officers with a lot of issues... with each other. Read more »
We‘ve got good news and relatively bad news for this week in television. See, the bad news concerns schedule shifts while the good news is the addition of cast members to several shows. Let‘s get on with it:  Read more »
Common Law, USA‘s most recent entry to the land of blue-sky programming, finally has a premiere date. When can audiences hope to catch a glimpse of this light-hearted cop drama? Keep reading to find out. Read more »
Next Friday USA launches Common Law, the newest addition to its sterling stable of original series. But is it worth watching? We‘ve had an early look at the pilot. SPOILER ALERT! Read more »
The central duo in USA‘s newest series, Common Law, are the police detectives Travis Marks and Wes Mitchell. These feuding partners, played by Michael Ealy and Warren Kole respectively, get to spend some quality time in couples‘ therapy in between catching bad guys.While on a visit to the Common Law set, we had a chance to speak to Ealy and Kole about their show, their characters and their real relationship behind the scenes. Read more »
The two central detectives in Common Law -- Travis Marks and Wes Mitchell -- don‘t choose to go to couple‘s therapy on their own. That is the idea of their boss, Captain Phil Sutton, played by Jack McGee (Rescue Me). On a recent visit to the set of Common Law, we had the chance to talk to McGee. The actor had a lot to say on the show, acting, life and therapy.  Read more »
Therapy is what separates Common Law from other TV cop shows. And the best person for perspective on this aspect of the show is Common Law‘s own therapist, Dr. Emma Ryan, played by Sonya Walger. Read more »
What do you need to know about USA‘s new series, Common Law? Co-executive producer Karim Zreik filled us in on the story, the characters and more. Read more »
As USA debuts Common Law tonight, it‘s the chance for dependable supporting player Warren Kole to step into the spotlight. Kole recently spoke with me about playing LAPD detective Wes Mitchell and moving to center stage. Read more »
The anticipated premiere of Common Law airs tonight at 10pm on USA. The show follows two cops working together to solve crimes in LA. The only catch, they fight like brothers. Travis isn‘t afraid to break a few rules along the way while Wes takes a more by-the-book approach to the law. When the (hilarious) drama gets in the way of work the duo are sent to couples counseling! To kick off USA‘s newest show we‘re giving away an awesome prize pack. You‘ll have to duke it out with other fans to get it though. Keep reading to learn more about the awesome prize and how to enter.  Read more »
USA‘s Common Law is all-new tonight - and we‘ve got an exclusive clip from the episode, with a special shout-out to BuddyTV fans from star Michael Ealy! Read more »
If you wanted any more proof that online dating is hazardous to your health, just check out tonight‘s Common Law. Wes and Travis investigate a death possibly related to a woman‘s online dating profile. And there‘s someone called ‘Death Wish.‘ Seriously. Read more »
In its bid to become the largest awards show that ever was or ever will be, the Teen Choice Awards have announced their second round of nominees. On the TV side of things, the new nominees include summer shows like So You Think You Can Dance and Teen Wolf, as well as stars like Joseph Morgan (The Vampire Diaries), Dianna Agron (Glee) and Shailene Woodley (The Secret Life of the American Teenager). Keep reading for all of the new nominations. Read more »
It‘s been a blood bath at USA this week as a trio of shows have been axed.On Wednesday, freshman drama Common Law was cancelled after one season. On Thursday, the mediator drama Fairly Legal was cancelled after two seasons. And today the Sigourney Weaver-led "limited series event" Political Animals was also denied a potential second season.  Read more »