Sterling Law is one of L.A.'s most prestigious law firms. Each year it recruits four new young lawyers from the finest law schools worldwide. It will nurture, guide and shape these recruits into the best damned lawyers they can possibly be or else. This year the lucky four are Dylan, a blue collar kid made-good; Addy, a sweet mid-Westerner with a lethal legal mind; Beth, a brilliant Brentwood babe; and Liam, an Australian with serious drive. Sterling Law is under the control of ruthless senior partner Cliff Huddle, aka "The Prince of Darkness." But when legendary partner Hart Sterling returns to the firm after a long hiatus caring for his dying wife, he's ready to shake things up. The only way for these first years to survive being caught in the middle of this major power struggle is to support each other, even as they compete against one another in the cutthroat arena of corporate law. They discover unlikely allies in their mercurial recruiter Rowdy and litigating whirlwind Susan, who is Cliff's icy, but talented wife. Dylan also manages to make a deeper connection with an ace paralegal named Addy, but every alliance at Sterling is complicated. Addy is drawn to Dylan, but it seems she hasn't quite broken off her affair with Cliff.

The Deep End - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Ended

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2010-01-21

The Deep End - The Deep End, Volume 2 - Netflix

The Deep End, Volume 2 is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Gov't Mule. The album was released on October 8, 2002, by ATO Records. After the death of founding member and bass guitarist Allen Woody, the band began recording tracks using bass players that Woody had admired. Originally, there was to be one disc, but so many musicians wanted to be part of the sessions that over 160 minutes of music was recorded. At this point, the remaining members Warren Haynes and Matt Abts decided to split the project into two releases. The Deep End, Volume 1 was issued in 2001, and Vol 2 was generally the harder sounding of the two releases although it also featured country and jazz tracks as well. The release also featured a bonus disc, Hidden Treasure, which contained live material, a song remix, and a new studio track recorded after the Deep End sessions had ended.

The Deep End - Personnel - Netflix

Gov't Mule Warren Haynes — vocals, guitar Matt Abts — drums Bass players Jack Casady (“Slow Happy Boys”) Les Claypool (“Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy” Pts. 1 & 2, “Drivin' Rain”) Billy Cox (“Catfish Blues”) Alphonso Johnson (“Babylon Turnpike”) Phil Lesh (“Lay of the Sunflower”) Tony Levin (“World of Confusion”) Meshell Ndegeocello (“Hammer and Nails”) Jason Newsted (“Trying Not to Fall”) George Porter, Jr. (“Time to Confess”) Rocco Prestia (“What Is Hip?”) Dave Schools (“Which Way Do We Run?”, “Rockin' Horse”, “Lay Your Burden Down”) Chris Squire (“Sun Dance”) Chris Wood (“Sco-Mule”) Additional musicians Rob Barraco — piano (“Lay of the Sunflower”) David Grisman — mandolin (“Lay of the Sunflower”) James Hetfield — vocals (“Drivin' Rain”) Chuck Leavell — organ (“Slow Happy Boys”), keyboards (“Rockin' Horse”, “Lay Your Burden Down”) Danny Louis — Wurlitzer and organ (“Which Way Do We Run?”) Gary Lucas — guitar (“World of Confusion”) John Medeski — organ and Wurlitzer (“Hammer and Nails”) Johnny Neel — organ (“What Is Hip?”, “Sun Dance”), piano (“Babylon Turnpike”) Art Neville — organ (“Time to Confess”) John Scofield — guitar (“Sco-Mule”) Pete Sears — piano (“Slow Happy Boys”) Bernie Worrell — organ (“Catfish Blues”), keyboards (“Sco-Mule”) Production Michael Barbiero — production, mixing, engineering Warren Haynes — production, mixing Les Claypool — production, mixing (“Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy” Pts. 1 & 2) Ron Rigler — engineering (“Greasy Granny's Gopher Gravy” Pts. 1 & 2) Ray Martin — engineering (“Hammer and Nails”, “Trying Not to Fall”) John Cutler — production, mixing, engineering (“Lay of the Sunflower”) Stefani Scamardo — executive producer Raeanne Zschokke — assistant engineer at The Theater 99 Jason Andrews — assistant engineer at In the Pocket Studio Phil Burnett — assistant engineer at River Sound Halsey Quemere — assistant engineer at Chung King Studios Greg Calbi — mastering Steve Fallone — editing

The Deep End - References - Netflix