‘Reasonable Doubt': Jax Zeroes in on the ‘Burden of Proof’ in Exclusive Season 1 Finale Clip (Video)

It’s finally here, the season finale of Hulu and Onyx Collective’s “Reasonable Doubt” – and TheWrap has an exclusive clip.

Throughout the eight episodes of “Reasonable Doubt,” viewers have watched Jax Stewart (Emayatzy Corinealdi), a brilliant and courageous civil and criminal defense attorney in Los Angeles who’s taken on the case for wealthy Black businessman Brayden Miller (Sean Patrick Thomas) after he’s accused of murdering his coworker Kaleesha Moore (Perri Camper).

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In the midst of trying to find Kaleesha’s real killer, Jax tries to repair her near-severed marriage with Lewis (McKinley Freeman), process her past of being sexually assaulted by her stepfather and manage her affair with former client Damon Cooke (Michael Ealy).

In this exclusive clip titled “Closing Arguments,” Jax explains to the jury the importance of “burden of proof” in the court of law, and how the Los Angeles Police Department seemingly targeted Brayden. View the clip below.

The legal drama, which was created by showrunner Raamla Mohamed, is the first scripted series on the streaming platform from Onyx Collective. The show is executive produced Kerry Washington and Larry Wilmore, Mohamed and Pilar Savone. Other producers include Roger M. Bobb and Tamera Gregory. Tash Gray, Jason Wilborn, Shawn Holley, Jon Leshay and Pete Chaptman co-executive produce the series, which also has an all-Black writing team. Resheida Brady stands as the show’s supervising producer.

The season finale of “Reasonable Doubt,” titled “Already Home,” was written by Gray and Richmond; Chatman directed. The episode premieres Tuesday, Nov. 15 on Hulu.

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