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‘Your Honor’ Finale: Peter Moffat on That Shakespearean Ending

‘Your Honor’ Finale: Peter Moffat on That Shakespearean Ending

Spoiler Alert: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Part Ten,” the series finale of “Your Honor.”

Showtime’s limited series “Your Honor” started with a horrific yet accidental child-on-child crime when Adam Desiato (Hunter Doohan) hit Rocco Baxter (Benjamin Wadsworth) with his car and then left the scene after Rocco had died in the street, so it seems only fitting that it would end with another. But, showrunner Peter Moffat tells Variety, that wasn’t always going to be the case.

“Originally the ending was going to be that Jimmy Baxter takes possession of Adam — that he owns him — and that’s the kind-of killing of Adam. While his father looks on, he loses Adam to his nemesis,” he says.

Instead, in the months Moffat had to sit with later scripts after production was paused due to the Covid-19 pandemic, he realized he wanted to bring Eugene

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