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Season Four Of The Legal Drama 'Criminal Justice' Announced: Here Are Some Other Legal Drama Series You Should Watch

Before you catch Season Four of 'Criminal Justice', check out these gripping legal dramas as well!

Disney+ Hotstar and Applause Socials took to Instagram for the grand reveal of ‘Criminal Justice’s fourth season. Through a video, they offered a sneak peek into the courtroom, setting the stage for what's to come. Pankaj Tripathi, in character, hints at the upcoming storyline, fueling fans' excitement for another season of suspense. As anticipation grows, viewers eagerly await the return of ‘Criminal Justice.’ But before that, let's explore some other legal dramas worth watching.

The Trial

Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar, ‘The Trial: Pyaar Kaanoon Dhokha’ is a legal drama television series, a riveting adaptation of Robert King and Michelle King's ‘The Good Wife.’ Directed by Suparn Verma, the series stars Kajol in the lead role. It revolves around a housewife who, after a decade, joins a law firm to provide for her family following her husband's imprisonment. Alongside Kajol, the main cast includes Jisshu Sengupta, Kubbra Sait, Alyy Khan, and others, delivering stellar performances.

Guilty Minds

'Guilty Minds' is a legal drama series on Amazon Prime Video, co-directed by Shefali Bhushan and Jayant Digambar Somalkar. Starring Shriya Pilgaonkar, Varun Mitra, Sugandha Garg, Kulbhushan Kharbanda, and Satish Kaushik, it follows the intertwined lives of Kashaf Quaze, Deepak Rana, and Vandana Kathpalia, three friends from law school who often find themselves on opposing sides in court. The series garnered six nominations at the 2022 Filmfare OTT Awards.


‘Suits,’ an American legal drama series penned and created by Aaron Korsh, boasts a stellar cast including Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, Gina Torres, Rick Hoffman, Meghan Markle, and more. The storyline follows the journey of Mike Ross, a brilliant college dropout portrayed by Patrick J. Adams, who, on the run from a drug deal gone bad, ends up collaborating with Harvey Specter, played by Gabriel Macht, one of New York City's top attorneys. Throughout its duration, ‘Suits’ garnered numerous award nominations, with particular recognition for Torres and Adams.

Illegal - Justice, Out of Order

‘Illegal - Justice, Out of Order’ is a legal thriller web series helmed by Sahir Raza, featuring Neha Sharma, Akshay Oberoi, Kubbra Sait, Piyush Mishra, and Satyadeep Mishra in pivotal roles. In this gripping courtroom drama, an idealistic lawyer finds herself ensnared in the shadowy realm of criminal law. The narrative orbits around Niharika Singh, a lawyer recruited by a prestigious law firm led by Janardhan Jaitley. However, her trajectory takes a sharp turn when she's forced into handling cases unrelated to the one she was originally assigned, which involved allegations of rape and sexual harassment.

Law & Order

‘Law & Order,’ an American police procedural and legal drama series, was created by Dick Wolf and brought to life by Wolf Entertainment and Universal Television, laying the foundation for the ‘Law & Order’ franchise. Set and filmed in New York City, the show adopts a dual approach: the initial half-hour focuses on the investigation of a crime, typically murder, and the apprehension of a suspect by detectives from the New York City Police Department's homicide division, while the latter half delves into the prosecution of the defendant by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office. Plots often draw inspiration from real-life cases that have recently captured headlines, although the motives behind the crimes and the perpetrators may differ significantly. Over the years, the series has amassed an array of awards and nominations, including multiple Emmy Awards.