"Shark" is certainly not groundbreaking TV, but it's an enjoyable, light courtroom mystery series anchored by the consistently strong performance of James Woods. It offers a mix of detective work as the prosecutors try to find evidence to nail the suspect, and some "Perry Mason" inspired courtroom theatrics with Woods as ringmaster. The stories are usually interesting, and the show's focus on "high profile" crimes allows for some storylines that are ripped from the news. Woods is terrific. His team of young prosecutors is largely forgettable, but if you're a fan of Woods or of TV courtroom theatrics, "Shark" is worth a look.
shark is one of the best lawyer show i have ever seen jame wood brings all hes got in the roll of shark it's funny a great show how good actor james wood jeri ryan is good as dea devlin and danielle panabaker that a good roll as sebasitian stark
the creator ian biederman has made something great and sarah carter plays a good madeleine poe that is like a shark jr
I loved this show don't understand why it was cancelled but cbs has no brain they keep canceling alot of great shows if you love court shows you will love this one james woods is awesome as a deffence lawyer turned prosacuter useing what he knows to keep criminals out of jail to put them in jail instead