Law students (from left) played by Kim Myung-min, Seo Suk-Kyu, and Kim Hee-chang must solve a murder in new Netflix series Law School. Photo: Netflix Law students (from left) played by Kim Myung-min, Seo Suk-Kyu, and Kim Hee-chang must solve a murder in new Netflix series Law School. Photo: Netflix
Law students (from left) played by Kim Myung-min, Seo Suk-Kyu, and Kim Hee-chang must solve a murder in new Netflix series Law School. Photo: Netflix
Stephen McCarty
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In Netflix crime series Law School students have a murder to solve, while In Treatment returns to HBO with more mind games

  • Law students at Seoul’s Hankuk University have their studies interrupted after the murder of a respected benefactor and professor in Netflix whodunit Law School
  • In Treatment returns for a fourth season with Uzo Aduba, seen previously in Orange is the New Black, taking over from Gabriel Byrne in the psychiatrist’s chair

Law students (from left) played by Kim Myung-min, Seo Suk-Kyu, and Kim Hee-chang must solve a murder in new Netflix series Law School. Photo: Netflix Law students (from left) played by Kim Myung-min, Seo Suk-Kyu, and Kim Hee-chang must solve a murder in new Netflix series Law School. Photo: Netflix
Law students (from left) played by Kim Myung-min, Seo Suk-Kyu, and Kim Hee-chang must solve a murder in new Netflix series Law School. Photo: Netflix
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Stephen McCarty

Stephen McCarty

After 20-odd years spent peddling and polishing words in Hong Kong, Stephen McCarty now resides in Britain, from where he scribbles, daydreams and laments the state of the world.