"Perry Mason" is an American period drama television series directed by Tim Van Patten, Deniz Gamze Ergüven, Rolin Jones and Ron Fitzgerald.
The starring cast includes Matthew Rhys, Juliet Rylance, Chris Chalk, Shea Whigham, Tatiana Maslany, John Lithgow, Gayle Rankin, Nate Corddry, Veronica Falcón, Andrew Howard and others.

Here are "Perry Mason" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.

Trailer

Is there a trailer for Perry Mason TV series?

HBO on Friday, July 17, 2020 released the trailer for "Perry Mason" you can watch here:
Perry Mason: Official Trailer | HBO.

Plot summary

What is Perry Mason TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Perry Mason" TV series plot summary.

The series focuses on the origin story of famed defense lawyer Perry Mason (Matthew Rhys). In 1932, Los Angeles is prospering while the rest of the U.S. is recovering from the grip of the Great Depression. Down-and-out private investigator Perry Mason is struggling with his trauma from The Great War and being divorced. He is hired for a sensational child kidnapping trial; his investigation results in major consequences for Mason, those around him, and local leaders.

Cast

Who plays who in the Perry Mason TV series?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Perry Mason" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Matthew Rhys  as Perry Mason a private investigator
Juliet Rylance  as Della Street the loyal and driven legal secretary of E.B. Jonathan
Chris Chalk  as Paul Drake a beat cop
Shea Whigham  as Pete Strickland Mason's work partner
Tatiana Maslany  as Sister Alice McKeegan a preacher and leader of the Radiant Assembly of God
John Lithgow  as Elias Birchard "E.B." Jonathan a struggling attorney and regular employer of Perry Mason
Gayle Rankin  as Emily Dodson the mother of Charlie Dodson, a one-year-old child
Nate Corddry  as Matthew Dodson a grocery store owner whose one-year-old son, Charlie, as kidnapped
Veronica Falcón  as Lupe Gibbs a pilot
Andrew Howard  as Joe Ennis an LAPD detective
Jefferson Mays  as Virgil Sheets an attendant at the city morgue and a friend of Mason's
Eric Lange  as Gene Holcomb an LAPD detective
Robert Patrick  as Herman Baggerly Matthew's father, a powerful man
Stephen Root  as Maynard Barnes the district attorney of Los Angeles County
Lili Taylor  as Birdy McKeegan Alice's mother and advisor
Matt Frewer  as Judge Fred Wright the judge in the Charlie Dodson murder case
Diarra Kilpatrick  as Clara Drake Paul's pregnant wife
David Wilson Barnes  as Elder Brown a member of the Radiant Assembly of God
Taylor Nichols  as Elder/Deacon Eric Seidel a member of the Radiant Assembly of God
Aaron Stanford  as George Gannon aka Pinky Ring
Molly Ephraim  as Hazel Prystock Street's fellow boarding house tenant and romantic partner
Gretchen Mol  as Linda Mason Perry's ex-wife
Jenny O'Hara  as June Pitlick the owner of the boarding house where Street lives
Justin Kirk  as Hamilton Burger assistant district attorney offering Mason legal advice
Michael McMillian  as Oliver Fogg one of Della's fellow lodgers
Todd Weeks  as Jim Hicks an accountant
Andrew Divoff  as Al Howard the owner of the casino where George Gannon worked
Carlos Barbouth  as Church Elder
Charles Baker  as Stanislaw Nowak
Matt Lasky  as Marcin Sarecki aka Black Hat
Karl Makinen  as Commander Joe Morton
Michael O'Connell  as Troy Chisom
Forte Rodriguez  as Bailiff
Cindy Choi  as Reformed Radiant
Luke Persiani  as Reporter
Matt Malloy  as Frank Dillon
Kevin Garbee  as Juror Foreman
Bobby Reed  as Juror
David St. James  as Dr. Bundy
Eileen Fogarty  as Madam Jin
Paul Riley Fox  as Court Clerk
John Luder  as Cemetery Attendee
Robert Christopher Smith  as Juror #4
Hemky Madera  as Rigoberto
Mark Harelik  as Lyle
Stacie Greenwell  as Nina Preer
Brandon Fobbs  as James
Jason Boegh  as Reporter
Pamela Chau  as Tang Yin
Jeff Bowser  as Withered Man
Bobby Gutierrez  as Chubby Carmichael
Lisa Pescherine  as Acolyte
Alison White  as Barbara Fry
Michael Draper  as Desk Sergeant
Henry LeBlanc  as Reformed Radiant
Noel Schwab  as Reporter
Linda Gehringer  as Mrs. Trotter
Madeline Zima  as Velma 'Red' Fuller
Monnae Michaell  as Letitia 'Granny' James
Mike O'Gorman  as Walt LeBaron
William Stanford Davis  as Daniel Madison
Tim Ransom  as Fenton Bostwick
Dana L. Wilson  as Edwina
Tunde Adebimpe  as Preacher
Dale Godboldo  as Debater
Adam O'Byrne  as Tod Robbins
David Atkinson  as Gnarled Guy
Sam Ball  as Ray Royce
Tom Beyer  as Mr. Hanna
Kai Lennox  as Man
Belle Adams  as Beautiful Woman
Dave Beaudrie  as Traffic Cop
Mark Bloom  as Reporter at LAPD
Ely Henry  as Frank Lott
Rebecca Lowman  as Cheryl Anderson
Carrie Armstrong  as Bible Woman
Guy Blakeslee  as Casino Singer
Luke Carlsen  as NYE Singer
Stephanie Hodge  as Betty
Ronnie Steadman  as Ed Anderson
Peter Banifaz  as Jiminy Cricket Man
Connor Barrett  as Brian Strand
Mark Bramhall  as Barber
Patrick Brennan  as Officer Cobb
George Gerdes  as Old Polish Man
Ian Lithgow  as Byron Jonathan
Kristin Slaysman  as Eva Griffin
Keith Barber  as Private Vic Marrin
Jason C. Brown  as Male Acolyte
Karen Brundage  as Partial Crowd Woman
Jon Paul Burkhart  as Press Conference Reporter
John Churchill  as Major McCaffrey
Cooper J. Friedman  as Teddy Mason
Todd Giebenhain  as Terrence Smith
Hugh B. Holub  as Judge Robert Ross
Marcus Bailey  as Cabbie
Madonna Cacciatore  as Drug Addict
Kendra Chell  as Crowd Well Wisher
Zachary Cowan  as Mercy Soldier
Howard Korder  as Julian Hammersmith
Giovanni Adams  as Porter
Olivia Choate  as Derelict
Liliana Clingingsmith  as Little Girl
Fred Cross  as Bartender at Athletic Club
Ace Marrero  as Ramon Cortez
Lane Allison  as Assembly Member
Jorge Borrelli  as Fernando Molina
J.J. Clark  as Good Looking Waiter
Kimberly Condict  as Joint Smokin' Jezebel
Thomas Crawford  as Golfer
Izzy Ezagui  as Mercy Soldier
Josh Allen Castillo  as Mexican Painter
Shawn Patrick Clifford  as Sister Alice Frat Guy
Joshua Dov  as Danny Rahway
Marshall Fox  as Reporter at Funeral Home
Anthony Burkhalter  as Congregation Member
Ella Kennedy Davis  as Young Alice McKeegan
Kevin Fabian  as Commercial Clerk
Brian T. Finney  as Emcee
Alan Heitz  as Reporter at Funeral Home
Niketa Calame-Harris  as Louise
Joanna DeLane  as Housekeeper
Josephine Foster  as Casino Singer
John Grady  as Luke Metuchen
Anthony Jennings  as Mercy Soldier
Andy Cameron  as Lawyer
Chuck Filipov  as Taxi Guy
Christopher Gerse  as Gommoarahsman
Dahlya Glick  as Acolyte
Ajgie Kirkland  as Freaked Out
Michael Canetty  as Judge
Daniel Vincent Gordh  as Arraignment Clerk
Jim Hanna  as Jon Daily
Michael Lanahan  as Mr. Harte
Myles Cranford  as Steven Marshall
Karl Herlinger  as Captain Cain
Doug Hurley  as Assistant Attorney
Jeffrey Larson  as Freckles
Jayne Taini  as Waitress Twin Oaks
Travis Goodman  as Lawyer
Austin R. Grant  as Frat Guy
Keisuke Hoashi  as Lenny the Bartender
Damone Paul Jackson  as Stanley
Pamela Mitchell  as Elaine Ennis
Danny Vieira  as Winston Standford
Kyle Helf  as Lawyer
Jack Kennedy  as Cop
James Larson  as Choir Kid
Robert Towers  as Thread Shop Owner Finkel
Edward Hong  as Hotel Clerk
Michael Drake Krueger  as Centurion
Dan Leahy  as Caddie
Xinna Lai  as Girl Madam Jin's
Tom Lommel  as Dennis McGee
Carly Nykanen  as Mom
Arnie Pantoja  as Press Conference Photographer
David L.M. Mcintyre  as Centurion
Brian Oblak  as Officer Doug
Rollin Perry  as Messenger
Jeremiah Miller  as Savior
Troy Vincent  as Lucas Rhodes
Jim O'Brien  as Rabblerouser
Andreas Orrego  as Lawyer
John O'Brien  as Ernie Magnuson
Michael J. Sielaff  as Flint
Steve Trzaska  as Haman
Connie Ventress  as Congregation Member
Michael Pantozzi  as Centurion
Joel Wiersema  as Lawyer
Leslie Simms  as Hotel Manager
Justin Tinucci  as Frat Guy
Michael Thomas Wallace  as Revelations Man
Stuart W. Yee  as Shopkeeper
Kevin Gance  as Reporter
Trent Longo  as E.B. Photographer
Buffy Milner  as Public Attendee
Yoko Misawa  as Jin's Girl #1

Filming

What are Perry Mason filming details?

"Perry Mason" series are produced by HBO, Team Downey, Dwight Street Book Club and Inflatable Moose Inc..

The average duration of each episode is 56 - 64 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

Rating

What are critics and audiences saying about Perry Mason TV series?

"Perry Mason" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.6/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 77/100.

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