'The Fix' is unlike any other legal drama on television

Caitlin Connelly/The Social
CTV’s newest legal drama is really taking it up a notch, and with a strong female lead to boot. 
 
The Fix is an upcoming thriller produced and co-written by Marcia Clarke, the former prosecutor on the O.J Simpson case.  It follows Robin Tunney as Maya Travis, an L.A district attorney coming off a devastating defeat and seeking career redemption.  Travis must overcome all the obstacles in her path and achieve justice with a legal system that has failed her once before. 
 
Breckin Meyer also stars on The Fix alongside Tunney. Meyer has notably worked on cult classics Clueless (1995) and The Craft (1996), the latter where he worked alongside Tunney for the first time. The two are reunited on the new CTV show, where Meyer plays Alan Weist. 
 
The show draws many parallels between the O.J Simpson trial and the celebrity murder case that Travis is tasked with. It’s being hailed as ‘part legal thriller, part confessional, part revenge fantasy’ as Travis struggles to recover from her fall from grace. With Clarke at the helm, The Fix is sure to be a powerful and compelling new case drama, set to air on CTV for the 2018/2019 season.
 
So what makes this show different than other legal dramas on the air? Brecklin recently sat down with our hosts to answer that and more. Check it out in the video clip above. 
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