Where is Showtime series Your Honor set and filmed?

YOUR Honor, a limited series that has received positive critic's praise, has taken Showtime audiences by storm.

Your Honor is based on the Israeli show Kvodo, which launched in 2017.

What is Your Honor about?

When his teenage son, Adam, accidentally kills another teen in a hit-and-run, Judge Desiato urges his son to turn himself in to the police.

However, Desiato changes his mind after learning the victim was the son of a local mafia kingpin.

Now, Desiato attempts to dispose of the evidence leading to tragic consequences for another teen as a result.

"Bryan Cranston stars as a judge confronting his deepest convictions when his son is involved in a hit and run that embroils an organized crime family.

"He faces a series of impossible choices and discovers how far a father will go to save his son’s life," Showtime says in the premise of the show.

Where is Your Honor set and filmed?

"The show is just set in New Orleans, but you can take it and put it in a bunch of other different places. Those universal themes are going to remain the same," said Isiah Whitlock Jr.

Many scenes take place in the historic Lafayette Cemetery No. 1. found in New Orleans' Garden District neighborhood, according to Wales Online.

The famous cemetery has featured in films such as Interview With a Vampire, Double Jeopardy and TV shows The Originals and The Vampire Diaries.

The Desiato home is also found inthe Garden District of New Orleans.

Other impressive scenes are filmed at the News Orleans Parish District Court and the Crescent City Connection, the iconic twin bridges over the Mississippi River.

In episode two, Bryan Cranston and Isiah Whitlock Jr meet in a cool diner, Ted's Frostop Diner, which is found in the Uptown area of the city.

Scenes are also filmed in the iconic French quarter at the Bourbon Orleans Hotel.

Will Your Honor return for season two?

Your Honor is a limited series and a season two is not planned – at the moment.

Showrunner Peter Moffat has said the show was written as if it would be for one season, but said he would be open to continuing.

“I would be being dishonest if I were to say to you that, as a writer, I don’t think about some of the things that might go in Episode 11,” he told Assignment X.

“Let’s hope people like it, and if they like it enough, then I guess there’s a conversation to be had.”

Regarding whether there will be a season two, actor Isiah Whitlock Jr told Assignment X: "I’ll be sitting in the café, waiting for the call."

Whitlock added: "And I want people to know that the show is honest. It’s a real good look, a metaphor for society."

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