All Rise

CBS has a new show called ‘All Rise’, the description on their website reads as follows…
“All Rise is a courthouse drama that follows the chaotic, hopeful, and sometimes absurd lives of its judges, prosecutors, and public defenders, as they work with bailiffs, clerks, and cops to get justice for the people of Los Angeles amidst a flawed legal process.”

Looking at any countries ‘legal system’ (fact or fiction) always interests me, especially as one of our young adults is currently studying to become a solicitor or barrister.

To state the obvious…
Yes, there are other female actors and the show also has male actors.
However this short post is to briefly highlight Simone Missick, Jessica Camacho, Ruthie Ann Miles and Erin Cummings.
All RiseFirst and foremost, they are obviously all very good actors and while the show (in my opinion) is not yet up there with my top 3 ‘Queen Sugar’, ‘This is us’ and ‘A million little things’, it’s growing on me.

If you’ve read the About page on this Blog and my Tweets on my Twitter Profile, you would know that I’m very much in #BlackLove, however, you would have also read that I don’t suffer from the conditions which are Xenophobia or Prejudice.
I’m able to ‘respectfully’ notice and appreciate the beauty of women, no matter what colour or nationality they are, hence the hashtags under each photo.
I have no need to objectify, the aforementioned actors, they all have intelligence and strength, qualities which are very much needed.
When you have the time, watch the Bravo show ‘In a Man’s World’, it shows that the glass ‘concrete ceiling’ is sadly, still a barrier for women in many walks of life.

It’s also obvious that beauty is ‘subjective’, we all have differing opinions as to what we consider external aesthetic ‘beauty’.
Real beauty and strength comes from within and ‘obviously’ only those who know the aforementioned actors, e.g. husbands, partners, friends and family can vouch for their real beauty.

That being said, it is good to watch a show with beautiful women ‘who can actually act’ playing strong and prominent roles, women who obviously have differing ethnicities and colours.
It would have been nice to have seen an indigenous native of the land, having a prominent role in the show, however, the way the show is set up, I wouldn’t be surprised to see them in future episodes.
Maybe it’s due to my upbringing and having the mum I have, as a man, I have no problems in watching a show in which women are portraying up-front and strong characters/roles…I’m sure I’m not alone.

If you haven’t watched the show, check it out, hopefully it will run for at least 3 seasons, giving both the writers and actors a chance to really develop the characters.
@Phil_Gayle

#AllRise #TVShows #FemaleActors #BeautifulWomen #Ethnicity #PositiveRoles

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