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MADE IN JERSEY on CBS – First Look

May 16, 2012 by  

CBS is one of the few networks that has found success on Friday nights, so they’re placing their new drama, MADE IN JERSEY, between the relocated CSI:NY and BLUE BLOODS.

Take a look at a photo from MADE IN JERSEY, what CBS says about the series, and hopefully we’ll have some video for you later today…

UPDATED: Check out a trailer now!


What CBS says: “MADE IN JERSEY is a drama about a young working-class woman who uses her street smarts to compete among her pedigreed Manhattan colleagues at a prestigious New York law firm.  Martina Garretti (Janet Montgomery) finds her firm’s cutthroat landscape challenging, but what she lacks in an Ivy League education she more than makes up for with tenacity and blue-collar insight. After just a few weeks, firm founder Donovan Stark (Kyle MacLachlan), takes note of Martina’s ingenuity and resourcefulness, as does her sassy secretary Cyndi Vega (Toni Trucks).  With the support of her big Italian family, including her sexy older sister Bonnie (Erin Cummings), Martina is able to stay true to her roots as a bold, passionate lawyer on the rise in a new intimidating environment.  Jamie Tarses, Kevin Falls, Julia Franz and Mark Waters, who also directed the pilot, are the executive producers for Sony Pictures Television in association with CBS Television Studios.  Pilot was written by creator and co-executive producer Dana Calvo.”

Do you think you might check it out?

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One Response to “MADE IN JERSEY on CBS – First Look”

  1. shar on May 22nd, 2012 10:58 am

    Made in Jersey seems like something I would watch. I’ll check it out regardless because it’ll be recorded on my Hopper. It records all the primetime shows and I use my Hopper on a daily basis to catch all my entertainment. I work late during the week at Dish so I don’t have a lot of time to watch shows. I am pretty excited to know that it has the Auto Hop feature I can skip commercials in primetime TV.