So Help Me Todd Release Date, Cast, Story, and Where to Watch It!


So Help Me Todd Release Date, Cast, Story, and Where to Watch It!

Jeremy Caroll

So Help Me Todd is a new live-action drama series centered on Todd, a skilled private investigator, and his attorney mother, Margaret Wright.

Amy York Rubin is the series director and executive producer, along with Elizabeth Klaviter, Elizabeth Kruger, Craig Shapiro, Julia Eisenman, Jay McGraw, Phil McGraw, and Scott Prendergast. Continue reading to learn more about the upcoming So Help Me Todd series.

When Will So Help Me Todd Be Released?

So Help Me Todd begins on CBS on Thursday, September 29, 2022, at 9 p.m. CT, replacing the canceled comedic series B Positive.

How Many Episodes of So Help Me Todd Are There?

The titles of the So Help Me Todd episodes have yet to be revealed. However, thus far, the show has just confirmed the pilot episode and may have up to 13 episodes, which is about usual for a new show. The episodes will apparently be directed by Amy York Rubin.

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So Help Me Todd Cast and Characters 

So Help Me Todd stars Academy Award winner Marcia Gay Harden and Skylar Astin, who played the lead mother-son duet in Pitch Perfect. Harden plays Margaret Wright, a meticulous lawyer in a reputable law firm. She enjoys following the law and the rules and will never settle for anything less than the best.

Margaret recruits her rebellious son when he appears out of sorts in order to better his life. Margaret’s only child is Todd (Astin), the second member of the mother-son duo.

So Help Me Todd: Release date, cast, plot and more updates

He is unfocused, relaxed, and believes the law should be bent—exactly the opposite of his mother. He mostly relies on his wit and street smarts, which, while not always legal, have kept him out of trouble on numerous occasions.

What exactly is the Story of So Help Me Todd?

Margaret Wright (Harden) and Todd (Astin), her smart but aimless son, who she employs as the in-house investigator for her legal practice, are played by Marcia Gay Harden and Skylar Astin, respectively.

Todd is the poor man’s counterpart of the wealthy Wrights. He was a laid-back, intelligent former private investigator whose license was suspended due to his flexible interpretation of the law.

Todd’s improvised, fly-by-the-seat-of-his-pants approach to dealing with difficult situations contrasts sharply with Margaret’s obsession with perfection and strict compliance with the law.

When Todd accidentally links up with his mother on a case, she is shocked – and proud – of his inventive abilities to ferret out information utilizing his charm and extensive technical expertise.

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When Margaret finally finds a way to set her son on a “suitable” path to leading an adult, financially secure life that she approves of, she invites him to join her company. Todd agrees because it will allow him to reclaim his driver’s license and resume doing the work he excels at and enjoys.

Working together is an important first step toward repairing the brittle, dysfunctional bond between mother and son. They may even leave with a deeper understanding of one another at this critical juncture in their lives.

But whether Todd and Margaret can accept each other for who they are is a different story.

So Help Me Todd: Trailer

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Where to Stream So Help Me Todd?

When it is released, So Help Me Todd will most likely be available on CBS and Paramount+ on Thursdays beginning September 29 at 9/8c. On the other hand, it is reported that it, like all other series on the CBS platform, will be available for free.

Furthermore, like many CBS shows, the first season may be accessible to stream on fuboTV depending on viewers’ location.

The show may also be available to rent or buy on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, and Vudu, depending on the consumers’ desired membership levels. Viewers will have to wait a few months for this confirmation.

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