Walking Dead director Rosemary Rodriguez directs two episodes of Your Honor

The series, starring Bryan Cranston, recently released both seasons on Netflix.
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Walking Dead director Rosemary Rodriguez is well known for writing, producing, and directing the feature film Acts of Worship (2001), which tells of the drug addiction struggles of a young woman. The film won several independent film and festival awards. Recently, Rodriguez shared that she directed the final two episodes of the Bryan Cranston led legal crime drama, Your Honor.

The series, which originally premiered on Showtime in 2020 for its first season and 2023 for its second, is now available to view on Netflix. This has propelled the series back into the headlines of many media outlets.

Breaking Bad star Cranston portrays Michael Desiato, a respected New Orleans judge who goes to great lengths to save his son. The cast also includes Hunter Doohan, Hope Davis, Sofia Black-D’Elia, Isiah Whitlock Jr., Michael Stuhlbarg, and Carmen Ejogo. Guest stars include Margo Martindale, Maura Tierney, and Rosie Perez, and Walking Dead alum Cullen Moss (Officer Gorman) stars in a recurring role as Detective Rudy Cunningham.

Rodriguez announced her involvement as a director for Your Honor via Instagram. She directed two season 2 episodes, "Part Nineteen" and "Part Twenty," which round out the series.

Don't miss Your Honor, now streaming on Netflix.

Rosemary Rodriguez - Walking Dead

Rodriguez had her Walking Dead directorial debut with the seventh episode of season 7, "Sing Me a Song." The episode was written by Angela Kang and Corey Reed and the primary focus is Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Carl (Chandler Riggs). It is also the episode in which Olivia (Ann Mahoney) smacked Negan in the smack heard 'round the TWD fandom. She also directed episode 802, "The Damned," written by Matt Negrete & Channing Powell, and 904, "The Obliged," written by Geraldine Inoa.

Throughout her career, she has directed many noteworthy series, including Law & Order, Third Watch, Rescue Me, Castle, Jessica Jones, and many more. She also directed 18 episodes of The Good Wife, including the 100th episode.

Other recent projects include the CBS police procedural comedy-drama Elsbeth, starring Carrie Preston , Carra Patterson , and Wendell Pierce. The series is a spin-off of The Good Wife, of which Rodriguez directed 18 episodes, including the 100th. She also directed Hail Mary, a modern-day retelling of the Biblical story of Mary and Joseph.

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