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Hulu has released the official trailer for reasonable doubt, a new scripted drama from the Onyx Collective. The series stars Emayatzy Corinealdi and is produced by actress Kerry Washington, who directs the first episode, and comedian Larry Wilmore.

Corinealdi plays Jax Stewart, a high-profile criminal defense attorney as she navigates her personal and professional life while maintaining questionable ethics and wild interpretations of the law. According to the series’ official synopsis, she is described as “the brightest and most fearless defense attorney in Los Angeles who goes against the justice system at every opportunity she gets.”

“I keep thinking about this quote from Nelson Mandela: ‘I don’t lose. Either I win or I learn. But what if your apprenticeship comes at the expense of someone who has to spend the rest of their life behind bars? Jax Stewart says at the start of the preview.

Stewart closes the trailer by saying “no matter what I say at the end of the day, I love criminals,” as Doja Cat’s “Vegas” sets the tone.

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By TV line, Reasonable doubt is created, written and produced by showrunner Raamla Mohamed, whose previous credits include Scandal and Small fires everywhere. The series is also loosely based on celebrity attorney Shawn Holley, who has advised Tupac Shakur, Katt Williams, the Kardashian and Jenner families, Lindsay Lohan, and more.

Additionally, McKinley Freeman, Michael Ealy, Thaddeus J. Mixson, Aderinsola Olabode, Tim Jo, Angela Grovey, Sean Patrick Thomas, and Pauletta Washington also star in the series. Reasonable doubt is the first scripted drama from Onyx Collective and is produced by ABC Signature, part of Disney Television Studios.

The series is named after Jay-Z’s debut album, with each episode named after a track from the LP. The show also features a score of contemporary and classical hip-hop, R&B and neo-soul music composed by Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed Muhammad.

Reasonable doubt premieres Tuesday, September 27, only on Hulu. Watch the trailer for Reasonable doubt above.