A group of attractive, badly-behaved lawyers live in a posh house
in London and spend their time engaged in emotional crises, usually
over wanting to sleep with each other.
It was a British ThirtySomething,
and Ally McBeal all rolled into one. Shot
mainly in jerky close-ups and intercut with trendy music of the time,
it had gained huge ratings by the end of the decade.
pulled the plug just as the stars' popularity began to outgrow the
soap and other networks began throwing money at Daniella Nardini,
Andrew Lincoln and company.