The Best Episodes of The Defenders (2010)
Last Updated: Jan 19, 2019
An irreverent legal drama about two fiery and charismatic Las Vegas defense attorneys. Tenacious, defiant and completely engaging, they argue the law, and they follow the law, but they always keep a few tricks up their sleeves. No matter what the odds, these lawyers keep fighting for the little guy.
#1 - Whitten v. Fenlee
Season 1 - Episode 9
When a woman's husband dies from a fall on a construction site, Nick and Pete look to prove wrongful death against the company. Meanwhile, Pete tries to help an online blogger avoid jail after exposing an illusionist's magic trick.
#2 - Nevada v. Donnie The Numbers Guy
Season 1 - Episode 13
Seventeen years after disappearing on the eve of his wife's murder trial, a man from Nick's past returns to Vegas looking to prove his innocence by relying on new technological tools.
#4 - Nevada v. Senator Harper
Season 1 - Episode 5
In the middle of a divorce case, a client is charged with the kidnapping and burglary; Pete defends a cabana girl accused of assault and battery.
#5 - Nevada v. Dennis
Season 1 - Episode 10
When a young man is pulled over carrying guns with filed-off serial numbers, Nick and Pete try to get the charges thrown out. Meanwhile, Nick agrees to help the ADA's sister save a bear from being euthanized.
#8 - Nevada v. Greene
Season 1 - Episode 17
Unable to recall any events from the previous night, the son of a hotel owner turns to Nick and Pete for help after he awakes to find a casino host strangled to death in a hot tub.
#12 - Noland v. Galloway Pharmaceuticals
Season 1 - Episode 16
Nick and Pete go after a pharmaceutical company for faulty packaging when two victims overdose on the same drug. Lisa is secretly seeing ADA Ward all the while considering a fascinating new job offer.
#15 - Nevada v. Cerrato
Season 1 - Episode 4
Nick is ready to accept a simple arson case until he realizes that his client could be convicted of first-degree murder. Meanwhile, Pete helps a lottery winner take on a casino when he loses his fortune after a night of high rolling.