Diggstown
Season 1

s01e01 / Willy MacIsaac

7th Mar '19 - 1:00am
Willy MacIsaac

Marcie faces off against a former colleague in her defence of Willy, a working poor dad accused of drunk driving; Pam hits Colleen's bureaucratic red tape when she volunteers to represent a disinherited friend; Marcie struggles to overcome her anger at the pastor who she believes helped drive her aunt to suicide.

194 have watched this episode

s01e02 / Renee Joy

14th Mar '19 - 12:00am
Renee Joy

An activist lawyer jeopardizes the future of Marcie's musically gifted teen client in the name of 'the greater good'; Doug's defence of a lawyer accused of defrauding his community of millions dredges up his past at the Eskasoni reserve; Marcie and Carson struggle to keep their jobs from coming between them.

160 have watched this episode

s01e03 / Taisir Ahmed

21st Mar '19 - 12:00am
Taisir Ahmed

Marcie races to find her client after he's snatched off the street by law enforcement; Pam scrambles to track down a new home for her pregnant client after her arguments against an eviction leads to the building being condemned; Marcie's work-place dating advice to Leah falls on deaf ears.

155 have watched this episode

s01e04 / Delroy Nelson

28th Mar '19 - 12:00am
Delroy Nelson

Marcie goes to extremes to protect her client after a 'trial by media' kills his plea deal; Reggie's divorce case pushes him to re-evaluate his own marriage; Doug becomes a pawn in Colleen and Gregor's political games; Marcie catches Carson in a lie.

153 have watched this episode

s01e05 / Nikki LeBlanc

4th Apr '19 - 12:00am
Nikki LeBlanc

Marcie's defence takes a turn. Doug represents Sam in a discrimination hearing. Colleen is accidentally outed.

172 have watched this episode

s01e06 / Kim Bond

4th Apr '19 - 1:00am
Kim Bond

Marcie fights to help a mother regain custody of her infant son. Doug represents Colleen's former manny. Avery gets in the way of Marcie and Carson's rekindled relationship.

171 have watched this episode
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