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Don't be fooled by his down-home demeanor and country-boy ways; criminal defense lawyer Ben Matlock is worth every penny of his fee. Count on Matlock to visit the crime scene, scope out the clues everyone else missed, and dramatically reveal the real criminal (usually a killer) during a climactic trial sequence.

Latest episodes

aired 353 days ago
Milton Berle guest stars as a mouthy comic who stands accused of murdering an equally mouthy young comedian.
aired 353 days ago
A writer who claims she killed in self-defense turns to Ben for help; Ben hires a new investigator.
aired 353 days ago
A writer who claims she killed in self-defense turns to Ben for help; Ben hires a new investigator.
aired 353 days ago
A murder case involves two stars of a local theater production and an argument Ben thought he saw from his hotel window.
aired 353 days ago
Ben recalls the '60s, when he resigned as judge to defend a black cook (Stan Shaw) accused of killing a bullying white sheriff.
aired 353 days ago
Ben defends a man against murder charges stemming from a date-rape shakedown scheme.
aired 353 days ago
At a beach resort to attend a high-school sweetheart's funeral, Ben is drawn into the investigation of two men's deaths.
aired 353 days ago
After losing his role in a community play, Ben is hired to defend the play's director, who is accused of murdering the leading lady.

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