“The Chambers – In God We Trust” Supreme Court Series Garners 10+ Awards, Enthusiasm of Critics and Viewers Alike



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“The Chambers – In God We Trust” Supreme Court Series Garners 10+ Awards, Enthusiasm of Critics and Viewers Alike

The fictional pilot about the inner chambers of the court is slated to be the next “House of Cards” or “West Wing,” when interest in the U.S. Supreme Court is at an all-time high.

NEW YORK, New York, Friday, Aug. 5, 2022: “The Chambers – In God We Trust” television series is thrilled to announce that it’s taken home more than 10+ awards to date – including Best TV Pilot and Best TV Series.

The fictional supreme court series, created and directed by Sura Khan, explores the courtroom’s inner chambers. It follows the supreme court Judge H. Joseph Kimble, played by Bob Lloyd – and his staff – Fred Kramer, played by actor Anthony LeDonne. Political Advisor Matt Canley – Played By Paul Kevins; Media Relations Officer Angela backer – Played by Adre Mayer, Executive Assistant Marsha Owens – Played by Rebi Paganini and Law Clerks Carson Edelman, Eddie Hayes and Ryan Santiago played by Charles Osborne, Kevin Richard Best, and Ralphy Lopez.

The pilot starts with the staff tackling a breaking news story that puts Judge Kimble on the cover of the early edition of the news. Kimble’s Executive assistant Marsha makes a statement while having dinner on a date with Dan, a gentleman Marsha has seen around the court. Still, she is unaware that he is a reporter for the Daily Justice Newspaper. Marsha makes a statement that puts herself and the Judge at the center of controversy in an already challenging political environment. The plot unfolds from there.

The fictional pilot taps the collective’s desire to understand what exactly is going on at the U.S. Supreme Court and state supreme courts. Google Trends reported that search volume for the U.S. Supreme Court was at an all-time high in June 2022, and Gallup concluded that trust in the U.S. Supreme Court was at an all-time low at 25 percent.

The international award-winning series winnings include, but are not limited to Best Ensemble Cast and Best Web Series/TV Pilot at the Independent Shorts Awards, Best TV Series at the Watch Out International Film Festival, Best TV Series at the Gold Star Movie Awards, Best Drama Feature at the Silver Mask Live Festival (Los Angeles), Best Web Series/TV Pilot at the Independent Short Awards, Outstanding Achievement Web Series/TV Pilot and Best Ensemble Cast at the IndieX Film Festival, Best TV Series/Pilot at the Eastern European Movie Awards, Best Web Series/TV Pilot/Screenplay at the New York Movie Awards, Honorable Mention at the Seattle Film Summit, and Special Mention at the Red Dragon Creative Awards.

“When destiny calls, you answer,” said Sura Khan, a 30-year entertainment industry vet and the creator and director of “The Chambers.” “I wanted to create a story from a place that’s never been done before – the inner chambers of the supreme court.”

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About “The Chambers: In God We Trust”

The Chambers is a new award-winning American drama television series created by Sura Khan. The series is set in the Chambers Central operations unit of the State City Supreme Court, where the Judge and offices of his senior staff are located during the fictional administration of Justice H. Joseph Kimble. The series focuses on conversations, law, judiciary lessons, City politics, and crisis management. Most episodes follow Judge H. Joseph Kimble and his staff exploring Judiciary or political issues. Plots will range from behind-closed-door negotiations to personal problems such as stress disorders and other emotional issues. The show explores the connection to the mayor who appoints the Judge and highlights how politics and other events at City Hall might play into the city’s Supreme Court. Visit “The Chambers” on the web, Instagram, and TikTok. Watch the trailer here.