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For Life Season 2 Episode 9 Review: The Blue Wall

For Life Review: The Blue Wall

On For Life Season 2 Episode 9, Aaron is harassed by the police as the Blue Wall doubles down while he moves forward with indicting officers. Read our review!
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For Life Season 2 Episode 8 Review: For the People

For Life Review: For the People

On For Life Season 2 Episode 8, Aaron, Safiya, and Henry face challenges from all sides when they file charges against the officers who killed Andy. Read our review!
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For Life Season 2 Episode 7 Review: Say His Name

For Life Review: Say His Name

On For Life Season 2 Episode 7, in the height of the BLM protests, Aaron takes on the case of a father shot by police; Jasmine goes to protests. Read our review!
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For Life Season 2 Episode 6 Review: 354

For Life Review: 354

On For Life Season 2 Episode 6, Aaron and Masry head to Bellmore to investigate the COVID infection rate at Bellmore and things get serious. Read our review!
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For Life Season 2 Episode 4 Review: Time to Move

For Life Review: Time to Move

On For Life Season 2 Episode 4, Aaron confronts most of his loved ones about their actions while he was locked away while also working a case for Jamal. Read our review!
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For Life Season 2 Episode 3 Review: The Necessity Defense

For Life Review: The Necessity Defense

On For Life Season 2 Episode 3, Aaron argues a case for Spencer that brings up old wounds and feelings. Scotty gets his first look at what Aaron does. Read our review.
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For Life Season 2 Episode 2 Review: Homecoming

For Life Review: Homecoming

On For Life Season 2 Episode 2, Aaron tries to adjust to life on the outside, but his P.O. may pose a problem as well as an offer from Spencer. Read our review!
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For Life Details

Network:
ABC
Number of Episodes
10
Start Date
Seasons:

For Life Quotes

Just know that it's you who got you where you are. Then caving right now? It means you won. Take that home with you and go meet your grandson.

Jamal

I used to have a vision of what it would be like of seeing a jury declare my innocence in front of the world. Of finally stepping out of this place no longer a convinced drug kingpin. Just a man with his family but that was a long time ago before I knew what it would take. Before I knew how powerful the forces adding me really were and what they were willing to do going after my wife, threatening my friends, leveraging everything in my life against me. But what if that was just a fantasy? What if life doesn't really work that way? What if somehow I get my freedom and have to give up justice? Would I be willing to live with that? 

Aaron Voiceover