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About this title

Storyline

Inspired by the life of Isaac Wright Jr., "For Life" is a fictional serialized legal and family drama about Aaron, a prisoner who becomes a lawyer, litigating cases for other inmates while fighting to overturn his own life sentence for a crime he didn't commit. His quest for freedom is driven by his desperate desire to get back to the family he loves and reclaim the life that was stolen from him. Aaron's complicated relationship with a progressive female prison warden helps shine a light the flaws and challenges in the U.S. penal and legal systems.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: February 11, 2020

Also Known As: Életfogytig ügyvéd, For Life |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (MA15+), Canada (TV-14) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

prisoner
lawyer
wrongful conviction
legal drama

Company Credits

Production Co: Doug Robinson Productions, Channel Road Productions |  See more »

Cast

Royce Johnson
as Andy Josiah
Chance Kelly
as Cyrus Hunt
Logan Riley Bruner
as Connor
Taprena Michelle Augustine
as Samantha Hailey
Robert Vincent Smith
as Burt
Alexis Nichole Smith
as Lexi Richardson
Nicholas Pinnock
as Aaron Wallace
Toney Goins
as Ronnie Baxter
Artie Brennan
as Reporter #1
Frisco Cosme
as Latin Lord Prisoner/Latin Prisoner
Colin Kilkenny
as Big Mack/Big Mac/Mac
Carlos Davis
as Darryl
David Oliver
as Bartender
Malachy Cleary
as Judge Kacey Edgemore
Ricky Garcia
as Vasquez
Rosario Salvador
as Inmate #3
Maurice Little
as Inmate
Sharon Washington
as Barbara
Graham Wolfe
as Officer Mills
Eleanor Reissa
as Monica Peters
J. Oscar Simmons
as Judge Kevin Flanagan
Edelen McWilliams
as Jill Murray
Rio Rocket
as G-Force/G Force
Nasser Faris
as Sherwin Maloof
Peter Greene
as Wild Bill Miller/Wild Bill
Guy A. Fortt
as Security Guard
Christine Renee Miller
as Jesse Hinkler/Jessie Hinkler
Julian Thomas
as Rico
Sean MacLaughlin
as Erick
Tyla Harris
as Jasmine Wallace
Chanel Mack
as Patron
Nancy Lemenager
as Beth Maskins
Danny Johnson
as Judge Reginald Cummings
Angel Desai
as Janet
Clore Reginald Brown 2nd
as Inmate/Nurse
Charles W Harris III
as Inmate
Jeryl Ann Costello
as Shirley
Onika Day
as Staten Island Court Officer
Lizzy DeClement
as Molly Davison
Ken Holmes
as Young Campaign Volunteer
Tyhem Commodore
as J-Rose/Inmate #2
Nick Basile
as Dennis Banner
Monica Wyche
as Valerie Linwood
Woody Fu
as A.D.A. Andrew Sun
Phillip Taratula
as Reporter #3
Matthias Sebastiun Garry
as COVID-19 Inmate/Lifer
John Doman
as Alan Burke/Attorney General Burke
Adrian Alvarado
as Lieutenant Diaz
David Hummel
as Detective
Joseph Siravo
as Jerry McCormick
Charlie Santiago
as Man in Cell
Matt Deangelis
as Joey Knox
Darik Bernard
as Walter
Simonas Zmuidzinas
as Doctor
Jeorge Bennett Watson
as Thomas Wilson
Matthew James Ballinger
as Freddy Dawkins
Todd Susman
as Judge Ira Wexler
John V. Barbieri
as Courthouse Litigant
Marcus LaVoi
as Nathan Goodleaf
Matthew Boston
as Jordan Kent
Mike Figueroa
as Tiller
Anna George
as Dr. Davidson
D. Dumebi Egbufor
as Crying Woman
Alexandra Socha
as Charlotte
Dave Stishan
as Inmate #3
Christina Shea-Wright
as Sally Braver
Dorian Missick
as Jamal Bishop
Johnny Bermudez
as Queens Court Officer
Katt Masterson
as C.O. Collins
LaTonya Borsay
as Neighbor
Christina Rouner
as Judge Patricia Howell
Lou Lentino-Rodriguez
as Neighbor
Los Jones
as Crony #1
Javon Johnson
as Captain Crawford
Samantha Rivers Cole
as Reporter #2
Ava Eisenson
as Guardian Ad Litem
JoJo Kushner
as Zoe Masry
Jonathon Ruckman
as CO Steele
Jordan Royall Morris
as Wild Bill Goon #1
Matthew Gooley
as Attorney on Phone
Franky G
as Rafi Figueroa
Eva Jakubovska
as Helper
Renée Stork
as Realtor
Stewart Zamudio
as Male Reporter
John Viscardi
as Kyle Rogers
America Olivo
as Rose Davila
Terrence Glenn Thomas
as Guard #2
Amaya Carr
as 5 Year Old Jasmine
Julio Monge
as Alberto Rodriguez
Mary Callanan
as Foreman
Bones Rodriguez
as Angry Dad
Joaquín Maceo Rosa
as Angelo
Wilton Guzman
as Taxi Driver
Paul Bomba
as Officer Phillip Matranga
Natalie Jacobs
as Dee Dee
Irene Blackman
as Courtroom Spectator/Prison Visiter
Jeb Kreager
as Anderson
Andrew Casanova
as Jose Rodriguez
Malcolm A. Chavis
as Pod Inmate #4
Danny Doherty
as Court Officer
Esjae
as Cop #2
Robert McKay
as Pastor Williams
Johanna Day
as Andrea Kayser
Steven B. Walters
as Inmate #1
Eric Elizaga
as ADA Adam Yamada
Alex Anagnostidis
as Aryan Inmate/Inmate
Christopher Kien Dao
as High School Student
Michael Joseph DiBenedetto Jr.
as Inmate Playing Basketball
Cassandra Freeman
as Veronica Marshall
Dennis T. Carnegie
as Bailiff
Lou Martini Jr.
as Mark Velarde
Mark Lotito
as Morris Crawford
Adam Ratcliffe
as Officer Charlie York
Manuel Joaquin Santiago
as Club Kid #1
Cristala Carter
as Raya Clark
Irma-Estel LaGuerre
as Jose's Abuela
Smokey Sims
as Inmate
Lawrence Bingham
as Frisking Guard/Prison Guard
Miyoshi Faggins
as Maisha
James Mount
as Dean Johnston
Frances Eve
as ADA Mina Megalos
Denise Pillott
as Carla/Gutierrez
Coffey
as Addict #1
Souljarob
as Prisoner
Leticia Castillo
as Martina Guerrero
Aurora Rowland-Martinez
as Tricia Sakokete
Heather Simms
as Alice Martin
Vic Noto
as Inmate
Brendan Burke
as Gavin
Curzon Dobell
as Judge James Lawrence
Paula Patiño
as Court Officer
Brett Bartholomew
as Garrett Gardner
Carl Salonen
as Maskins Campaign Donor
Michelle Sohn
as Nurse
Deb Radloff
as Nurse Emily
Vivian Adams
as Concerned Visitor
Darnell Adkins
as Inmate
Lori Funk
as Teresa
Suzanne Savoy
as Judge Gina Sorensen
Josh Sauerman
as Attendant
Mark Vincent
as Corrections Officer
Gino Cafarelli
as Court Officer #1
Brenda Meaney
as Granger
Clayton Sauer
as Court Officer
Camila Canó-Flaviá
as Paola Guerrero
Allison F. Phillipps
as Walter's Wife
Ed Walsh
as Solitary Guard
dL Sams
as Nurse
Robert Offley
as Prison Inmate
Bill Beydoun
as State Police Rep
Ray Wiederhold
as Cop
Femi Olagoke
as Club Goer 1
Raymond Neil Hernandez
as Corrections Officer
Mike Press
as Paramedic #1
Robert Myers
as Prison Visitor
Salma Shaw
as Meredith Voker
Robyn Payne
as Cheryl Baxter
Patrick Shane
as Paramedic #2
Michael Wolfe
as Calvin's Partner
Quinn McCarthy
as Angela
Tim Lajcik
as Aryan #2
Henry Alford
as Another Prisoner 2
Alok Tewari
as Judge Nader Farhad
Sophie Laruelle
as Club Kid #2
Sean Boyce Johnson
as Scotty Williams
Juan Ayala
as Reporter 1
Stephen Badalamenti
as Nick Sivero
Vasile Flutur
as Benjamin Terzian
Harold Surratt
as Clay
Kendra Holloway
as Ella
Jarod Lindsey
as Prison Inmate
Ethan Herschenfeld
as Doctor/Dr. Gold
Victor Verhaeghe
as Harry Norris
Kareem Savinon
as Giovanni Morales
Jory Levine
as Bailiff
Jonathan M. Parisen
as Retired Cop
Caleb Z Smith
as Charlie Maskins
Lucia Spina
as Rachel Frankel
Guiesseppe Jones
as Gregory Yates
Andy V. Moscat
as Court Officer
Tommy Nohilly
as Trammell/Guard 2/Solitary Guard/Tramell
Kevin D. McGee
as DEA Agent
Mark Dowey
as Vic the Forger
Salem Murphy
as Irene Randell/Maskin's Secretary
Adam Feingold
as Micelli
John Leonard Thompson
as Craig Salkin
Phillip Steinberg
as Corrections Officer
Brandon J. Dirden
as Darius Johnson
Sue Cremin
as Maggie
Colin Keane
as Gavin
Ned Van Zandt
as Prison Chaplain
Andre Duza
as Inmate
Christopher Mormando
as Prison Bus Driver/Kent
Toni Belafonte
as Natasha
Mick O'Rourke
as Monte
Ernest Williams Jr.
as Bailiff
Shawn Black
as Cert Officer
Joy Bryant
as Marie Wallace
Will Tomi
as Phil Lee
Liz Glazer
as Reporter 2
Rami Margron
as A.D.A. McNamara
Thursday Farrar
as Lieutenant Governor
Arielle Siegel
as A.D.A. Kimberly Stevens
Gregg Daniel
as Easley Barton
Darrell Shipley
as Visitor Gate CO
Sean Weil
as Prison Guard
Kyle Vincent Terry
as Deshaun Baldwin
Martin Barabas
as Judge Zachary Floyd
Matt Weiss
as Greg
Phoenix Carnevale
as Television Anchor
Matthew Streeter
as Riker's Guard #2
Amina Robinson
as Elaine Josiah
Milton Saul
as Inmate
Semaj Grant
as Du-Rag
Jennifer Brito
as State Police Officer #2
Twinkle Burke
as Lina McDonald
Kevin Dean Williams
as Investigator Merrill/OSI #1
Elena Ouspenskaia
as Mrs. Terzian
Boris McGiver
as Glen Maskins
Bernard Bygott
as Officer Esposito
Crystal Dickinson
as Georgia Bishop
Michael J. Burg
as Dr. Mirza
Kym Gomes
as Patty Robinson
Michael Harris
as Weight Lifting Prisoner
Aime Donna Kelly
as Yandi
Michael DeBarge
as Inmate
Klein Walker
as Jasmine Wallace (6-8)/Jasmine, 8 Years Old
Kevin D. Benton
as Undercover Cop
Lisa Ramirez
as Anna Fernandez
Josh Musgrave
as Reporter #2
Jason Nuzzo
as Mike Paxton
Philip Martin Reid
as Bus Prisoner
Hugh M Jones III
as Inmate
Annabel Capper
as Monica Fallon
Kerry Flanagan
as Elise Baccus
Brenda McCullough
as Pastor Hattley
Anastasia Mousis Sanidopoulos
as Hartford CT Police
Shaun O'Hagan
as Joe Davidson
Jessica Blank
as Kathy O'Reilly
Ron Scott
as Larry Baxter
Felonious Munk
as Hassan Nawaz
Carla Brandberg
as Judge Phylis Wright
Chad Gittens
as Court Officer
Robert Mauzell
as State Police
Anthony Cipriani
as Prisoner
Jason Altman
as Officer Marino
Timothy Busfield
as Henry Roswell
Steven Alan Black
as Juror
Mary Stuart Masterson
as Anya Harrison
Lord Jamar
as Elijah
Christina Uniqe Castellanos
as Client
Hassan Johnson
as Bobby Latimer/Bobby
50 Cent
as Cassius Dawkins
Roberto De Felice
as Roberto Jimenez
Lawrence Ballard
as Lee Barry
Benjamin Monroe
as Another Prisoner 3
Madia Hill Scott
as Reporter
Carly Blake Sebouhian
as Nurse
Tobias Segal
as Frankie
Lara Barbieri
as Family Court Child
Gabe Vargas
as Matteo/Checkers Inmate
Allen McCullough
as Priest
Donald Chang
as Secretary
George Schroeder
as Aryan #1
Michael Gaston
as Liam McClinchey
Asher Edgecliffe-Johnson
as O'Reilly's Son
Sultan H. Khane II
as Federal Prison Inmate
Vivia Font
as Lawyer
Shaun Anthony
as A.D.A. Kirk
Morpheus Peters
as Little Aaron
Grim Reaper Q.
as Big Saint
Marilyn Torres
as Nina Velasco
Elise Santora
as Judge Bertha Hermosillo
Andrea Leigh
as Hearing Examiner
Ken Wulf Clark
as Wild Eyes
Alexis Suarez
as Hospital Detective #2
Indira Varma
as Safiya Masry
H. Foley
as Hostile Customer
John Douglas Thompson
as Spencer Richardson
Venida Evans
as Noreen
Matt Dellapina
as Tom Hansen
Raul Torres
as Mendoza
Rob DeRosa
as Worker
Michael Kelberg
as Investigator Crooks/OSI #2
Paige Jennifer Barr
as Prison Board Lawyer
Hakeem Dickson Jr.
as Inmate #2
Preston Lopez
as Correctional Officer
Ryan L. Price
as Correctional Officer
Mehdi Barakchian
as Jared Lewis
Stivi Paskoski
as Davit
Lyris Logan
as Jasmine Wallace (9-12)
Damani Sease
as Inmate
Jeffrey Brabant
as Cop
Nina Kassa
as Doctor
Brian Adam DeJesus
as Another Prisoner 1
Carlos Arce Jr.
as Jury Foreman
Mo Stark
as Detoxing Patient
Eric Stafford
as Court Officer
Jaiden Kaine
as Green
Aaron Morton
as DA Detective #2/D.A. Detective
Richard V. Licata
as Judge Thomas Lassaro
Brandon Morris
as Lassiter
Cristina Garcia Leon
as Friend #1
Jessie Hooker-Bailey
as Staffer
Mark Lehneman
as Inmate
Luis Arroyo Jr.
as Parolee
Terence Archie
as Joel
Ingalls Grant Wilder
as Released Prison Inmate
Kevin McCormick
as Deke
Matt Baguth
as Inmate #1/Pod Inmate #2
Annie Pisapia
as Alisha
Marcia Haufrecht
as Eleanor Sprite
Jordan Mahome
as Michael
Erik Jensen
as Dez O'Reilly
Mark Zeisler
as Judge Mitchell
Marisa Marra
as Country Club Goer
Jade Wu
as Judge Julie Tanaka
Andrea Cirie
as Sarah McCarron
Marjan Neshat
as Dr. Vanessa Hamid
Aristeo F. Kardi
as Guard/Guard 1/Kardi/Khardi/Visiting Area CO/Visiting Room CO/Visiting Room Guard (CO)
Jashawn Lee
as Club Kid #3
James Gunn
as Cop #1
Tim Intravia
as Hospital Detective #1
Kieran Roberts
as Court Officer Roberts
Shannon Weiss
as Store Clerk
Gregory Dann
as Chris
Emily Dorsch
as Female Patient
Marcus Naylor
as James Martin
Truck Hudson
as Henderson
Craig Geraghty
as Smitty
Cameron Mann
as Justin Masry/Justin
Jace Bently
as Marcel Josiah
Roger Brenner
as NYPD Officer
Richard Busser
as Dirk
Yaron Urbas
as Proctor
Charlie Kevin
as Edgar Lindsley
Derek Hedlund
as Court Police
Will Cobbs
as Skinny John
Sean Ringgold
as Huey Cornell
Michael A McGrath
as Inmate
Erick Betancourt
as Garrigus
Sarah Hayon
as Gloria Fuentes
Khalil McMillan
as CO Jones/Guard/Khalil/Transport CO/Transport Guard
Natalie Carter
as Older Black Woman
Iván Amaro Bullón
as Inmate
John Castagliola
as CO Pete
Ronald Boone
as Prisoner
George Goulart
as Court Officer
Khary Masai
as Inmate
Hope Blackstock
as Reporter #1
Graham Powell
as DA Detective #1
James McDaniel
as Earl
Alexander Martin Jones
as Riker's Reception CO
Glenn Fleshler
as Frank Foster
Peter Jay Fernandez
as Victor Hernandez
Diany Rodriguez
as Angry Woman
Jay Hieron
as Club Goer 2
Chance Smith
as Josh Martin
Bahiyah Hibah
as Surveillance Guard/Surveillance Room CO/Surveillance Room C.O.
Turron Kofi Alleyne
as Calvin Newcombe
Antoni Corone
as Police Commissioner
Heinley Gaspard
as Crony #2
Leon Gonzalez
as Inmate

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2020 | 13 Episodes

Season 2

2020 | 10 Episodes

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