“Law of One” returns to Fox in 2018 with an all-new episode.
“Law” has always been about “what happens when two different worlds collide,” executive producer Scott Aukerman says.
“It’s about finding out what happens when you try to find out what happened to the world in the first place.”
“Law Of One” takes us to an alternate reality where a group of friends form a secret society to try to solve crimes that are happening in real life, such as the murder of a high school classmate.
We learn that the mystery behind the murder is more complex than it first appears.
“We’ve got a guy that’s really, really good with computers, he’s been studying for years, and he’s actually got the answers to solving crimes,” Aukermansaid.
“So we get him involved in this, and we try to figure out what’s going on.”
In this alternate reality, we also meet a detective named Leland, played by Aaron Paul, who is obsessed with the law of one and who believes that one must always be on top of everything, and the law is the ultimate authority.
“The law of the jungle is always on top, and no one knows who’s at the top,” Paul says.
“[It’s] a world of truth, of justice, of equality, and of love, and that’s why it’s so important to keep up your code of ethics.”
In the episode, Leland discovers the truth behind the crime, but he also learns the identity of a woman who is the leader of the group of people.
We find out that she is also a law enforcement officer who has a love for the law, and who is trying to solve the murder, not the crime itself.
“This is a new chapter in the history of ‘Law Of The Jungle,'” Aukermansaid.
In this episode, we see the members of the team as young men trying to survive in a world where the law seems to have lost all meaning, and where even the law isn’t absolute.
“In a lot of ways, it’s a really difficult world for the characters to navigate, and to come out of this one-world that we’re all in, I think it was a great way to make the show as fun as possible,” Paul said.
“You know, it was like a family reunion, and you can’t have that in the real world.”
Aukersaid has described “Law In The Jungle” as a “darkly comic show” because it follows a group who are trying to work out their relationship, and it also features a “deep love story” between the main characters.
“What we try and do in this show is not only give people a really deep, personal insight into the people we are working with, but we also give them a really good understanding of the world they are in,” Auchermansaid said.
The series is being produced by Warner Bros. Television and executive produced by Aukernsaid and Stephen Thompson.
“I love the idea of being able to have people interact with each other in this weird, magical world, and there’s this thing called law that they’re all trying to keep in check,” Paul added.
“And this is just the beginning of it.”
Watch the episode above, and pick up “Law On The Jungle,” on Fox at 8 p.m. on Wednesdays.
The “Law in the Jungle” Season 2 premiere will be available in its entirety on Fox Tuesdays at 8:30 p.ms. and Wednesday nights at 9 p.mo.
“Criminal Minds” returns from the road in 2018.
Season 2 will premiere with a brand new episode on Wednednesdays at 10 p.p.m., and the series finale will air on Thursdays at 9:30 a.m..
“Criminology” returns in 2018 to Fox.
Season 3 of the series will premiere on Wedsdays at 6:30, Tuesdays 7:30 and Thursdays 8 p.,m.
for an extended, seven-episode run.
“Code Black” returns with an encore in 2018 on Wednys at 8, Tuesnes at 10 and Thursnes at 11 p.,.