Season 1 of HBO’s Perry Mason has drawn to a close and we’re here to tie up all the loose threads, consider the verdict, clean up the broken relationships and answer the question, ‘Where’s Sister Alice?’ We also give our highs and lows of this freshman season and what we hope to see in Season 2!
It’s the penultimate episode of Season 1 of HBO’s Perry Mason, where the big picture of who killed Charlie Dodson is finally revealed, relationships and promises are broken and we speculate as to how Perry will save Emily Dodson and if exoneration also comes with a happy ending.
We’re down to the final three episodes of HBO’s “Perry Mason” season one, and the trial of Emily Dodson finally begins. Speaking for the defense is one Perry Mason, who quickly finds he’s out of his league and running out of time to find out who killed Baby Charlie, while Sister Alice is hard at work trying to pull off an even bigger miracle. We see Della and Pete do what they do best and a reluctant ally comes to the fore, but it begs the question…is everyone going to see the case through to the end?
Four episodes remain in Season 1 of HBO’s Perry Mason and it’s a moment of loss, reflection, crisis and galvanization for everyone involved. For an episode where the plot doesn’t advance more than a step, a lot happens in this fifth hour and it looks like we’re in for a heck of a showdown next week! Host Devin Higgins and returning co-host Kirk McPike are here to set the pieces on the chessboard!
We’re halfway home in HBO’s Perry Mason miniseries and everything seems to be coming together and unraveling at the same time. In this episode we have snakes in boxes, corpses in sand traps, blasphemy, Chekhov’s Wingtip, and a sad end for E.B. Jonathan. Host Devin Higgins and the peripatetic raconteur himself, Dan Moren, are here to help sort it all out!
The plot thickens in Chapter Three of HBO’s “Perry Mason” miniseries. Our trio finds themselves on the back foot, Paul Drake has to decide what side of the blue line he wants to be on, Sister Alice has conversations with both Perry and God, and Lupe the pilot makes her return! We’re back again to sift through the minutiae.
Chapter Two of HBO’s Perry Mason revival sees the eight-episode miniseries shift into high gear with character development, misdirections, war scenes and Tatiana Maslany! Trying to keep pace and break it all down are host Devin Higgins and co-host Kirk McPike!
HBO decided to revive Perry Mason with an eight-episode miniseries, and we decided to do a dive into whether or not it was a good idea, how much different it is from the classic 50’s version our parents or grandparents knew and loved, and break down “Chapter 1.”