TNT's rapid-fire, buddy-lawyer series Franklin & Bash is back for its fourth season.
Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Breckin Meyer star as Peter Bash and Jared Franklin, two fly-by-the-seat-of-their-pants street attorneys working at a legendary, button-down law firm.
Malcolm McDowell plays Renaissance man Stanton Infeld, the law firm's brilliant and eccentrically spontaneous patriarch who recruited the pair in the hopes of shaking things up in the office and the courtroom.
Reed Diamond plays one of the firm's top lawyers, Damien Karp, who also happens to be Infeld's nephew and doesn't particularly care for Peter and Jared's antics.
Joining the cast this season are Toni Trucks (Hostages) as Anita Herrera, a smart, professional, funny and tough law school grad who can hold her own with the big boys, and Anthony Ordonez (The Good Wife) as Dan Mundy, the firm's new investigator.
As Season 4 begins it's four months after the arrest of Stanton Infeld and Peter and Jared find themselves in charge of the newly renamed Infeld, Daniels, Franklin & Bash.
Enter Mason Trawley (guest star Kevin Christy), an archaeologist who believes he's been unfairly locked out of a storage unit containing many treasured artifacts, among which is the death mask of Egyptian Pharaoh Hor-Aha. Peter and Jared agree to take Trawley's case, but soon find themselves questioning their client's sanity when a former professor claims Trawley is unstable and possibly dangerous.
Peter and Jared hire private investigator Dan Mundy (new series regular Anthony Ordonez) to discreetly search the firm's computers for evidence that might exonerate Infeld of his supposed crimes.
Meanwhile, Ellen Swatello (guest star Rhea Seehorn) the newest partner to join the IDFB ranks, defends a Medical Marijuana Dispensary in danger of being closed in order for a Day Care Center to open up down the street, resulting in a weed-iation.
Franklin & Bash is produced by Four Sycamore Productions, Left Coast Productions and FanFare Productions in association with Sony Pictures Television. Jamie Tarses, Kevin Falls, Jack Clements and Bill Chais serve as executive producers.