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As for the battles of Perry Mason, a savvy lawyer in Los Angeles, who gives a valiant effort to demonstrate the honesty of his customers, who are constantly blamed for murders they didn't submit, what brings awful for him.
It may have been set so many years ago, but it speaks to the world today - race, discrimination, religion, moral turpitude, different sexual orientation, feminism, all wrapped up in a cracking mystery.
A gorgeous show in terms of production design and the cast is strong from top to bottom, but writers Rolin Jones & Ron Fitzgerald struggle to find a story worth investing in for at least the first half of the eight-episode season.
I don't think you'll be bored or outraged watching "Perry Mason." The cast is filled with big, broad scene-stealers, with Lithgow's moving turn at the top of that list... Just don't get too caught up in trying to tie all those moments together.