Eternal Law is an intriguing, fresh drama about angels living among us, helping and guiding humans when they are at their most desperate, set in the ancient city of York (England).
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Series cast summary:
Ukweli Roach ...  Tom Greening 6 episodes, 2012
Samuel West ...  Zak Gist 6 episodes, 2012
Orla Brady ...  Mrs. Sheringham 6 episodes, 2012
Hattie Morahan ...  Hannah / ... 6 episodes, 2012
Tobias Menzies ...  Richard Pembroke 6 episodes, 2012
Stephen Dillane ...  Carl 2 episodes, 2012
Stephanie Leonidas ...  Jude 2 episodes, 2012
Mark Umbers ...  Major John Parker 2 episodes, 2012
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Eternal Law is an intriguing, fresh drama about angels living among us, helping and guiding humans when they are at their most desperate, set in the ancient city of York (England).

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Drama | Fantasy

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UK

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English

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2011 (UK) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

The location used to portray York Hospital in the series is in fact the city's Crown Court building, while a private hospital (Purey Cust Nuffield Hospital) provides a location for Jerusalem Chambers. See more »

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[introduction to each episode, spoken over opening titles]
Mrs. Sheringham: [voiceover] Whenever human beings are in trouble, that's where you'll find them. They may be tinkers or tailors, soldiers or sailors, nurses or bin-men, or strangers in the street. Perhaps, even - and this is hard to believe, I know - lawyers. They're here to help, to comfort, to guide.
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Quirky
26 February 2013 | by bellapeligrosaSee all my reviews

I'm surprised this got such a bad rating. It's the kind of quirky TV series the Brits are so good at. The subject matter is a little off- putting to the first time viewer (angel lawyers, really?!) but shouldn't be as this is a good old-fashioned human drama and the angelic theme is just a good guy/bad guy spin. In fact if you are tuning in expecting to see a 'Supernatural'-esque show you are more likely to be disappointed. It could have just have easily been a courtroom drama and in that respect it delivers. The angelic element adds a little mystery, and the city of York is the kind of backdrop where you can believe mortals and eternals could mix. Whilst it might not be the best-written series on TV, it's also not worth a 5.6 rating.

Doesn't look like it will return for a series 2 but if you can catch series 1 somewhere - on DVD or demand - well worth a watch.


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